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The Ilya and Zach Show: Devils need goal-scoring heroics against the Kings, starting tonight

The New Jersey Devils have won the Stanley Cup three times in their history and in each instance, they wore out their opponent with solid defensive hockey. But their bid to win a fourth Cup is going to come down to offense.

May. 30, 2012


After falling to the Devils, the Rangers must become more like them

The New York Rangers' narrative for the playoffs was that they kept doing just enough to get by. But the Devils were following the same script and, in the end, they did a better job of it.

May. 28, 2012


How many comebacks do the Rangers have left?

Someone should tell the New York Rangers that playoff bonuses aren't based on the number of games played.

May. 24, 2012


Zach Parise breaks out, giving an early parting gift to the Devils

It was fitting that Zach Parise scored the empty-net goal to seal last night's win for his New Jersey Devils in their Eastern Conference final against the New York Rangers.

May. 22, 2012


Devils expose a Rangers defense that’s showing signs of exhaustion

What made Clarkson's deflection easier was that he was undefended standing in front of Lundqvist.

May. 17, 2012


The Rangers' Chris Kreider revelation

John Tortorella seems to be convinced that the team will need him if they are to win the Stanley Cup.

Apr. 27, 2012


Quick thinking by the Senators, and the undoing of the Rangers in Game 4

Wayne Gretzky, the best passer in the history of hockey, used to say that you don't pass the puck to where someone is, but where someone is going to be.

Apr. 19, 2012


How Henrik Lundqvist saved the Rangers, again

It won't go down in history as "The Save." Even if the New York Rangers advance deep into the Stanley Cup playoffs, there's a good chance that even the most die-hard fans will have forgotten about this one.

Apr. 18, 2012