Coming off a franchise record for wins in a season, the Devils have a lot of questions, along with a lot to be excited about heading into the off season.
The Devils played physical, aggressive, fast, and earned their first win of the second round in an 8-4 blowout.
For the second consecutive series, the Devils have been blown out in the first two games. What will it take to pull off another comeback?
After looking dead in games one and two, the Devils won four of the next five games to advance to the second round while sending the Rangers packing.
The Devils blew an opportunity to advance past the Rangers by playing poorly in game six, setting up the winner take all game seven in Newark on Monday.
After two horrible games, and a eulogy written by me, the Devils win two in a row to set up a best of three beginning on Thursday.
Akira Schmid was incredible and all of a sudden the Devils have risen from the dead.
Two games have shown us that the Devils have no desire to play past April 24th, as they are well on their way to the first sweep in franchise history.
The Devils played terribly and got the result they deserved in game one. Game two on Thursday night in Newark just got 10x more important.
The Devils are in the playoffs for the first time since 2018, and this time they are much more than just a one man team.