2007–08 New Jersey Devils season

2007–08 New Jersey Devils Season

2007–08 New Jersey Devils season

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The 2007-08 New Jersey Devils season was the team's 26th in the National Hockey League since the franchise relocated to New Jersey. It was the first season the team had played home games anywhere other than Continental Airlines Arena, as the Devils relocated to the newly-built Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The season was Brent Sutter's first as head coach.

Regular season

Divisional standings

Conference standings

Game log


Record: 4–6–1; Home: 1–1–0; Road: 3–5–1


Record: 9–4–1; Home: 4–3–0; Road: 5–1–1


Record: 7–4–1 ; Home: 4–1–0 ; Road: 3–3–1


Record: 7–5–0 ; Home: 4–4–0 ; Road: 3–1–0


Record: 9–3–3 ; Home: 7–3–1 ; Road: 2–0–2


Record: 6–6–1 ; Home: 2–2–1 ; Road: 4–4–0


Record: 3–1–0 ; Home: 2–0–0 ; Road: 1–1–0


The New Jersey Devils clinched a playoff spot following a 2–1 overtime victory against the New York Islanders on April 1, 2008, their 79th game of the season. They were the third team in the East to clinch a spot in the playoffs, and finished fourth in the Eastern Conference with 99 points. This was their 11th consecutive trip to the playoffs, and their 18th overall since making the playoffs for the first time during the 1987–88 NHL season.

The New Jersey Devils played the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference Quarter-finals, losing the series 4 games to 1, including three losses...
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