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Devils Daily: Devils Playing Frustrated; Flyers Sean Walker Trade Scenario

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Tuesday night’s contest with the Washington Capitals was the perfect opportunity to build off the momentum the New Jersey Devils built at MetLife Stadium.

However, they fell short of two points in a disappointing loss to a team that was 3-5-2 in their previous 10 games. The Devils captain explained after the loss that the Devils played a frustrated game. It hurt double that the New York Islanders and Pittsburgh Penguins went to overtime and the Isles squeaked out a win. Now, both of those teams are a bit closer to the Devils in the standings, and the Penguins have two games in hand.

Not ideal.

Read up on last night’s four takeaways from the loss below.

Elsewhere, the one trade scenario no one’s talking about for Sean Walker, Montreal can play broker, and why Matthew Tkachuk and Sam Bennett work so well together.

Let’s do that hockey.

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New Jersey Hockey Now: The sputtering Washington Capitals hosted the Devils last night. It was the perfect opportunity to build off their Stadium Series momentum. However, the Devils lacked details in their 6-2 loss.

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NHL Trade Talk, News, & National Hockey Now

ESPN: Who are the best wingers in the NHL today? The players and executives weigh in.

Florida Hockey Now: Ever since Paul Maurice took over behind the Florida Panthers bench, Matthew Tkachuk and Sam Bennett have been stapled to each other. The Panthers’ forwards and coach explain why they work so well together.

Philly Hockey Now: There’s a lot of talk about Philadelphia Flyers defenseman Sean Walker on the trade market. It’s also well-documented that although the Flyers know they can get some valuable assets for Walker, they’d like to keep him as well. Could they work out a handshake agreement for the pending unrestricted free agent to return to Philly in free agency?

Montreal Hockey Now: The Montreal Canadiens are in a position to play broker at this year’s NHL Trade Deadline with the flat cap causing restrictions for buying teams this spring.

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