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New Jersey Devils

It’s another New Jersey Devils Game Day!

The New York Islanders aren’t AS banged up as the Devils, however, they’re limping into New Jersey. They’re without No.1 defenseman Adam Pelech, Sebastian Aho, and potentially Simon Holmstrom and Cal Clutterbuck due to illness.

Fortunately, the Devils have captain Nico Hischier back. On Saturday, it was evident they were much more systematically cohesive. We’ll see if it was just a good game or if Hischier’s restored balance to the Devils tonight and moving forward.

Elsewhere, a former Devils coach hired, Patrick Kane’s decision could be soon, and a look back at Tony DeAngelo getting beat up.

Let’s do that hockey.

New Jersey Devils

New Jersey Hockey Now: Injuries keep on coming as another Devils forward hits the shelf ahead of tonight’s matchup against the Islanders. Read up on yesterday’s practice with updates from head coach Lindy Ruff.

More NJHN: A former Devils head coach has been hired in Minnesota as the seventh bench boss in Wild history after GM Bill Guerin fired Dean Evason.

National Hockey Now

Pittsburgh Penguins

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Evgenii Malkin recognizes he’s been fortunate to play the game of hockey as a career. He also recognizes as he gets older, he needs to change some habits, such as saying no to dessert, in order to play at the level he’s used to.

Boston Bruins

Boston Hockey Now: Just when you thought the Patrick Kane sweepstakes were narrowing itself down, the Bruins throw their hat in the ring as they’ve “poked around” the star winger.

Detroit Red Wings

Detroit Hockey Now: Speaking of Kane, although the Bruins are now in the mix, the Red Wings very much remain the front-runner for the former Blackhawk.

Nashville Predators

Nashville Hockey Now: With Luke Schenn potentially returning from injury, his move off the injured reserve is going to create a plethora of competition for one spot on Nashville’s blueline.

Philadelphia Flyers

Philly Hockey Now: Through the first quarter of the season, the report cards are out on the Flyers thus far in 2023-24.

New York Islanders

NYI Hockey Now: One year later, Oliver Wahlstrom looks back at the beat down he gave Tony DeAngelo in a tilt against the Philadelphia Flyers.

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