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Old 10-04-2018, 10:19 PM   #1
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2000 NJ Devils Random Debut Fun

Year 2000 and season 1 using the new random debut feature in FHM5

The NJ Devils


The Inaugural Draft
The Edmonton Oilers selected #1 and took 26 yr old Jean Beliveau. D Potvin went #2 to the Islanders, Anze Kopitar went #3 to the Wild. That left us with pick #4. After much thought, the Devils select......21 yr old Eric Lindros. 30 year old Gordie Howe was available, but ultimately youth won out in this choice. Lindros will be built around for the next few seasons.

Pick #2 for the Devils: 28 year old G Harry Lumley

Other notables picked in the inaugural draft:
J Toews : Lightning
P Coffey: Flames
Messier: Bruins
Roenick: Thrashers
Hellebucyck: Blackhawks

I am missing quite a few to post, but want to leave a few surprises.

NJ Devils Inaugural Roster
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Opening Night

Opening Night of the NHL Random Debut 1st season

The Devils opened up at home against the Canadians. The bad news is that Eric Lindros suffered an injury in the preseason and is out for game #1.


Canadians vs Devils Recap:

MON 2
NJ 3

After falling behind 2-0 at home, the Devils went on a run. Red Hamill earned first star honors with 1 goal and 2 assists in the victory. Goalie Harry Lumley stopped 29/31 shots for a .935 save %.

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Nov. 1 Update

November 1, 2000

The Devils enter November in 1st place in the Atlantic Division. October saw the Devils finish 7-2-1.

Doug Wilson and Bernie Wilson scored 11 points apiece, and Captain Eric Lindros is off to a good start with 6 points in 9 games.


Around the League

Anaheim boasts the league's best record at 11-2 in the Pacific. The Mighty Ducks are led by Curtis Lazar, 18 pts in 13 games.

Pittsburgh's Walt Tkaczuk is leading the league with 22 points.

NJ Devils stats to date:
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December 1 Update

NJ Devils (15-6-2 32pts)
1st in the Atlantic Division

Eric Lindros is heating up with 9 goals and 15 assists on the season.

Bernie Morris falls right behind Lindros with 23 pts.

The Devils had to play 5 games without key defense man Doug Wilson but managed to weather the storm.

Around the League

Montreal has the best record in the league with 39 points (19-6-1). Frank Mahovlich is leading the NHL in scoring with 44 pts in 26 games.

Black Hawks goalie Conner Hellebuyck is leading the NHL in shut outs with 5.
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March Update-Surviving the Injury Bug

March 2001

NJ Devils (31-26-6) 2nd place in the Atlantic Division behind the Islanders.


The Devils went through a rough stretch losing scoring leader Eric Lindros, 2nd line center Bernie Morris, and key defenceman Doug Wilson. However, the Devils remain in the playoff hunt as each of these players return to the lineup.

Around the League:

Frank Mahovlich continues to play at a 5 star level leading the NHL in scoring with 103 points for the Canadians.

The Sharks' Maurice Richard, Tom Lysiak, and Josh Bailey are 1-3 in the +/- category as San Jose leads the Pacific.

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Trade Deadline News

The NJ Devils acquire RW Mark McNeill from the Florida Panthers in exchange for a 2011 3rd pick and Marthieu Darche.

This should help bolster the 1st line offense pairing McNeill with Lindros and Alain Cote.

Other News

The most interesting trade to occur was Buffalo shipped Auston Matthews and 47 year old J Jagr to the Blue Jackets for Ryan McDonagh, age 19, and Ryan Kesler, age 37
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Playoffs!

The end of the regular season

NJ Devils 2nd in the Atlantic Div. (42-31-9) 93pts

Team Leaders:

Lindros 82 pts. 30g and 52 assists
D Wilson 57pts. 18g and 39 assists
B Morris 55 pts 23g and 32 assists

Goalie: Lumley 2.46ga, 9 shutouts, .913 save pct.


Playoffs

The Devils will face the Canadians in the 1st round. The Canadians are led by:
Frank Mahovlich 120 pts
John-Michael Liles 79 pts
Oscar Lindberg 74 pts.

The Canadians goalies are Clint Malarchuk (3.15ga .889) and Frank Brimsek (3.14ga .887)
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Playoffs Game 1 vs Canadians

Playoffs 1st round, Game 1

New Jersey @ Montreal

The Devils storm out to a 2-0 lead early in the game. Yvon Lambert put on the in the back of the net followed shortly by an Al MacNeil score.

But, then came an injury to center Eric Lindros. Lindros was struck below the eye and required 6 stitches to the face. Lindros would be ruled out for the rest of the game as well as the next 4 days.

Montreal took advantage and came back to tie the game up at 2-2 behind an Emerson Etem goal, and then a Frank Mahovlich.

With the game tied 2-2 and 9:01 into the 3rd period, Mahovlich scored his second goal of the game to break the tie.

1st star: Frank Mahovlich MON 2g, 0a
2nd star: Yvon Lambert NJD 1g, 1a
3rd star: Oscar Lindberg MON 0g, 2a
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1st round, Game 2

Montreal leads the series 1-0.

NJ Devils @ Montreal

After taking a 3-2 lead late into the 2nd period, things went down hill really fast. Montreal scored 4 straight goals to whip the Devils 6-3. Frank Mahovlich continued to torch the Devils with 2 more goals, and Harry Meeking added 2 of his own in the final period to put icing on the cake.

New Jersey was without Lindros for the game, but he will return for game 3 as the series shifts to NJ.

Other games

San Jose goes up 2-0 in the series against Nashville.
Edmonton leads Minnesota 2-0.
Dallas takes a 2-0 series lead over St. Louis
Vancouver and Anaheim are all squared away 1-1.

Pittsburgh goes up 2-0 against the Islanders.
Tampa Bay leads Carolina 2-0.
Boston is up 2-0 on Ottawa.
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Devils Get a Win in the Playoffs

1st round, Game 3

Montreal @ New Jersey

Eric Lindros returns to the lineup, and confidence was running high. The Devils would hang on to win a tight contest by a score of 2-1. Doug Wilson scored both goals for New Jersey, and Butch Bouchard played the game of his life in the defensive side of the ice.

1st star: Wilson NJD 2g, 0a
2nd star: Emerson Etem MON 0g, 1a
3rd star: Bouchard NJD 0g 0a
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Devils Tie the Series!

1st round, Game 4

Montreal @ New Jersey

Behind a raucous crowd at Brendan Byrne Arena, the Devils blitzed the Canadians by a score of 6-1. Alain Cote led the charge with 2 goals on the night. GK Harry Lumley continues to play well at home allowing a total of 2 goals in 2 games in the playoffs.

The series will shift back to Montreal for game 5.



Around the League

San Jose has swept Nashville to advance to Round 2.
Minn. and Edmonton are tied 2-2.
Dallas takes a 3-1 series lead over St. Louis
Vancouver leads Anaheim 3-1.

Pittsburgh has taken a 3 games to 1 lead over the Islanders
Carolina and TB are tied 2-2.
And the Bruins have swept Ottawa to advance.

The winner of NJ and Montreal will play Boston in the 2nd round.
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Devils Win 3rd in a Row! Go up 3-2!

1st round, Game 5

NJ Devils @ Montreal Canadians

Eric Lindros scored a PP goal in the 1st period to put the Devils on the board. With the score tied 2-2 late into the 3rd period, Doug Wilson scored his 4th goal of the playoffs to break the tie. The Devils will return home to try to close out the series.
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Devils Advance in Series Clincher!

Devils Shut Out Canadians to Move On!

Brendan Byrne Arena

Goalie Harry Lumley saved his best game for Game 5 as the Devils defeat Montreal 3-0 in front of a packed house. Cal Clutterbuck scored 2 goals and dished out an assist to earn first star honors. Yvon Lambert recorded 3 assists in the game, and tallied 6 in the series.

The Devils will move on to face Boston in the 2nd round of the playoffs.

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Devils Fall in 2OT!!

Burridge Sinks Devils in 2OT

Round 2, Game 1

New Jersey at Boston

A long night in Boston ended in heart break for the visiting Devils. Randy Burridge scored the game's clinching goal to put the Bruins up 1 game to 0 in the series with a final score of 4-3. 19,167 fans packed the arena in a very even match up that had the Devils go out in front 2-0. With the Devils leading late in the 3rd period, Burridge scored to tie the game. The first OT went scoreless as both teams seemed to be fatigued on the ice. Burridge scored goal #2 of the evening in the first minute of the 2nd OT period.
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Bruins take a 2-0 series lead

Devils Offense Cooled Off

NJ Devils @ Boston Bruins

Round 2, Game 2

The Devils went down to defeat again last night by a score of 4-1. The Bruins Anton Stralman assisted on 2 goals as four different Boston players put one into the back of the net.

The lone NJ goal was scored by Mark MacNeill, his 1st of the post season.

The Devils now return home to try to even up the series.

Around the League:

Minnesota and San Jose are tied 1-1.
Dallas has gone up 2-0 on Vancouver
Tampa Bay has a 2-0 lead on Pittsburgh.
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Bruins On Verge of Sweep

Devils Fall at Home and Down 3-0 in Series

Round 2, Game 3

Boston @ New Jersey

Mark Messier sparked the Bruins with 1 goal, and 2 assists in the 3-1 victory over New Jersey. Messier has been fairly quiet to this point, and it was only a matter of time before he came to life. Once again, scoring was a problem for the Devils. Alain Cote scored the only Devils goal.

One of the unsung heroes for the Bruins has been backup goalie Daren Machesney. Machesney was signed in April when starting goalie Pelle Lindbergh went down with an injury. Machesney has only allowed 2 total goals in the last 2 games.

The Bruins and Devils will play game 4 in East Rutherford, and the Devils need a win to stay alive.

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Devils Remain Alive

Wilson Leads Devils' Charge

Round 2, Game 4

Boston at New Jersey

In the quest to avoid a sweep, Doug Wilson sparked the Devils with 1g and 2 assists in a 5-1 victory over the Bruins. New Jersey scored 4 unanswered goals and Harry Lumley was solid between the pipes. Mark Messier scored the lone goal for the Boston squad. New Jersey will travel to Boston to try to remain alive in the series.

Playoff Report
Minnesota and San Jose are deadlocked at 2-2.
Dallas leads Vancouver 3 games to 1.
Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay are also tied 2-2.
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