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The Devils are very much in the playoff race in the Metropolitan. Cory Schneider remains the driving force in their success, but the lineup took a blow when Mike Cammalleri was placed on injured reserve. That could make it tougher to keep pace in the tight wild-card race.
This Devils team has been incredibly hard to read this season, but they're in the midst of a four-game winning streak and playing some really great hockey. Someone always seems to step up for New Jersey and lately it's been Lee Stempniak who made the team on a tryout contract in training camp.
Key injuries have negatively impacted the Devils, but they're still in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race. Cory Schneider continues to be this team's MVP with a .929 save percentage. He's going to give them a chance to hang around for a while. So could Mike Cammalleri, who is returning after a lengthy injury absence.
The Devils are back in a playoff spot for now and have gone 5-4-1 over their last 10 games. Recent wins over Dallas and Minnesota were among the highlights of this run for the Devils, while Cory Schneider remains the key to this team's success.
Currently owners of the top wild-card spot in the East, the Devils continue to surprise. The team has to hope Mike Cammalleri returns soon from his upper-body injury, but goaltender Cory Schneider and his .928 save percentage give them reasons to stay confident.
The Devils have a couple of games left this month to try and close out 2015 on a high note. They've lost five of their last seven and are falling further behind in the playoff race.
It's been a rough few weeks for the Devils as they've won just five of their last 14 games. The scoring that had bolstered their early-season success hasn't been there lately.
How about the season Mike Cammalleri is having? He has 30 points in 27 games, good for sixth in the NHL. The Devils still don't score a ton as a group, but they needed a go-to producer like Cammalleri.
Having escaped back-to-back games against the league-leading Canadiens with three standings points, the Devils continue their surprising start. At 12-9-2, they're lurking in the Metro's crowded playoff picture.
The Devils have kind of evened out, but it doesn't look like their strong start was a fluke. Sure, they're overachieving, but they have talent. Cory Schneider has been their rock in net with a .928 save percentage, while Mike Cammalleri has 21 points in 20 games.
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The Devils got a pretty tough draw to start the season, going up against higher-scoring teams like Winnipeg and Washington. They also got a good glimpse of how far they have to go to get on the level of those two recent playoff teams.
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