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25 Year Series - The Stories 1982-2006

 


LATEST STORY - 2005-06: Rallying Back
Lou Lamoriello hadn’t been behind the bench for a hockey game since May 10, 1988, and even that was only for one game. His skates were barely sharpened. They had that old, mid-1980s look to them.

Yet with one stunning announcement from then-coach Larry Robinson, who stepped-down on December 19, Lamoriello thrust himself back into a role he truly hadn’t occupied since the 1982-83 season, his final time behind the bench at Providence College.

The Devils rallied behind Lamoriello, winning 32 of the final 50 regular-season games in 2005-06. They marched into the playoffs riding an 11-game winning streak and steamrolled over their arch-rivals, the New York Rangers, in a four-game series sweep. ...more


Read through the archived stories in the 25 year history series:
2003-04: Battling Through
2002-03: Bringing Home Number Three
2001-02: Making a Transition
2000-01: A Noble Defense
1999-00: The Second Triumph
1998-99: Building Around Balance
1997-98: A Learning Experience
1996-97: Back on Track
1995-96: Continuing to Battle
1994-95: Finally Champions
1993-94: One Final Step
1992-93: Forming a Winning Combination
1991-92: Putting The Pieces In Place
1990-91: Making The Transition
1989-90: Changing History
1988-89: Paving the Way
1987-88: Realizing the Goal
1986-87: On The Cusp
1985-86: Making Steady Progress
1984-85: An Emerging Foundation
1983-84: Growing Pains Lead to Promise
1982-83: The First Season

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