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Devils Slip To 27th In League Attendance, But Team Brass Not Panicking03 / 07 / 14
The Devils have "slipped to 27th in the NHL" in attendance at 14,604 fans per game, the "lowest for the team since 2006-07, when the Devils were a lame duck playing at Continental Arena in the Meadowlands," according to John Brennan of the Bergen RECORD. But Devils President of Business Operations H...
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