New Jersey Devils stories in the SI Vault
He's The Hindmost Of The DevilsBy Jack Falla, November 08, 1982 Chico Resch must save, save ...
At Least He Hasn't Lost His VoiceBy E.M. Swift, January 09, 1984Coach Tom McVie of the Devils has one more hellish team to holler at.
Having A Devil Of A TimeBy Austin Murphy, November 23, 1987 Who in blazes are these NHL hotshots? The New Jersey Devils, that's who.
Guile And GratenessBy Michael Farber, June 12, 1995The Devils' Claude Lemieux is the trash-talking, body-banging, goal-scoring demon of the postseason.
Swept AwayBy MIchael Farber, July 03, 1995The surprising Devils crushed the favored Red Wings four games to none to win their first Stanley Cup.
The Devils' AdvocateBy Michael Farber, March 22, 1999New Jersey G.M. Lou Lamoriello runs the tightest ship in the hockey business.
Devil Of A TimeBy Michael Farber, June 19, 2000Throwback New Jersey overcame a chaotic spring -- and defending champion Dallas -- to clinch a nail-biter of a Stanely Cup victory.
Give The Devils Their DueBy Michael Farber, June 16, 2003 In a compelling finish to the Stanley Cup finals, resilient New Jersey outlasted the Mighty Ducks to win its third championship in nine years.
That Old DevilBy Brian Cazeneuve, May 8, 2006In his 12th postseason, Martin Brodeur is still baffling shooters as he pursues his fourth Cup.