Rookie's late score came in loss to Panthers SUNRISE, Fla. -- Had there been a little more time left on the clock, Blake Pietila's first NHL goal could have been a big one. Coming with only 5.1 seconds remaining, the Devils simply ran out of time in their 3-2 loss to the Florida Panthers Thursday night at BB&T Center, just as they are about...
March 31, 2016
He'll be seventh to do it for Devils this season Soon after Albany (AHL) had skated to a 4-1 home victory over Springfield Tuesday night, left winger Blake Pietila was called into coach Rick Kowalsky's Times Union Center office. Kowalsky and Devils' assistant general manager Tom Fitzgerald informed Pietila, 23, that he'd been recalled by the...
March 24, 2016
What time, TV channel is Pittsburgh Penguins vs. New Jersey Devils? Live score updates, NHL live stream
Scott Wedgewood back in net; Blake Pietila to make NHL debut Watch video Scott Wedgewood, who won his NHL debut on Sunday against the Columbus Blue Jackets, will be back in net as the Devils face the Pittsburgh Penguins Thursday night at Consol Energy Center. Wedgewood will be facing a Penguins squad that has won six in a row...
March 24, 2016
An emergency recall Watch video NEWARK -- The Devils recalled left winger Blake Pietila Wednesday from Albany (AHL) under emergency conditions. In 54 games with Albany this season, Pietila has 16 points (nine goals, seven assists) with 17 penalty minutes. He is minus-15. Selected in the fifth round (129th overall) in the 2011...
March 23, 2016
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) The New Jersey Devils have signed forwards Ryan Kujawinski and Blake Pietila to entry-level contracts. General manager Ray Shero announced the signings Wednesday. Kujawinski had 21 goals and 15 assists in 34 games with North Bay (OHL) following a trade from Kingston. He had a league-leading two overtime game-winners, while adding three assists in 15 playoff games...
Via Associated Press
May 27, 2015 | Discuss
Fifth-ranked Michigan Tech enjoyed a one-sided victory against the Wisconsin men's hockey squad on Friday night, dealing the Badgers an 8-1 defeat at the Kohl Center. Michigan Tech tallied three first-period goals, courtesy of Tanner Kero, Alex Petan and Blake Pietila, setting an early tone. Then, the visitors piled on even more in the night's second stanza, and Wisconsin (1-11-1...
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