How the season of the devil went wrong

<pre><pre>How the season of the devil went wrong


Hynes' fire stabbed Hall. He was also below average after the Devils took him over in a blockbuster trade from Edmonton in June 2016. After this season with 20 goals, Shero Hall asked if he wanted to be traded. The following season Hall scored 39 goals and led the Devils into the playoffs. He won the Hart Trophy as the most valuable player in the league.

"I don't talk about it much, but I have a pretty cool trophy at home that I think he was involved in and that certainly helped me with that," said Hall, referring to Hynes.

Subban, which is forecast to be a top-level stopper and power play asset, has only two goals and a poor minus 12 rating. Striker Kyle Palmieri is the only Devils player with 10 goals. Hischier has five goals and Hughes has four. The devils are 28th out of 31 N.H.L. Teams in goals per game.

"When you got into the season, you had promising and expectations," said Palmieri, a New Jersey native who joined the team in 2015 as what we expected. "

There is time. On December 3, 2018, the St. Louis Blues were 9-13-3 and fired coach Mike Yeo. His successor, Craig Berube, led the blues to the Stanley Cup and only became the second interim coach to do so. The first was the Devils Larry Robinson in 2000.

"I just think the season was a yo-yo," said seasoned defender Andy Greene, who is the captain of the Devils. "It was up and down. Good for a game or two, then bad. No real consistency, no real sustained momentum."

With an occupancy rate of around 90 percent, the Devils are at home in 27th place in the league, one place below the previous year's figure. Your next home game against the Chicago Blackhawks should attract a good crowd just because the Chicago fans will get involved.