Oct 4, 2013; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils owners David Blitzer and Josh Harris take the ice before the first period of the game between the Devils and the New York Islanders at the Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

New Jersey Devils Links Around the Web: August 19th, 2014

Welcome to another edition of Devils Army Links!

This edition begins with an article from the New Jersey Devils themselves as they announced that Josh Harris and David Blitzer, the new New Jersey Devils owners, were named the most influential people in NJ sports. GM Lou Lamoriello and CEO Scott O’Neil also made the list so check out where they landed.

John Fischer’s series on In Lou We Trust covering goals against Cory Schneider has reached the penultimate month. Check out some in-depth analysis on Cory Schneider’s 2013-14 campaign. Gerard Lionetti of ILWT also talked about Mike Peluso’s reaction to the New Jersey Devils being minutes away from winning the 1994-95 Stanley Cup Finals. Anyone who saw that moment live remembers that sight and I have seen it a couple of times now (on YouTube because I was -4 months old when it happened). I would check this one out if you want to relive some great moments of the franchise’s first Stanley Cup.

Here on Pucks and Pitchforks, we have had some great content since the last edition of this series. First, Jim Finelli has previews of Mike Cammalleri and also posted a preview of the entire Metropolitan Division.

Frank Maduri posted a detailed article about the NHL Stadium series and the possible overuse of the outdoor games.

From me, some new content features NHL.com featuring Marek Zidlicky as a sleeper pick for Fantasy Hockey. There is also an introduction and first part to a new series called the New Jersey Devils 2013-14 Recap.

Stay tuned to Pucks and Pitchforks for more New Jersey Devils news.

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