They are named after a legendary demonic son of an 18th century witch.
They live in the shadows of The Big Apple and play in a swamp. It is a place called East Rutherford, a place where the natural terrain seems to be pavement -- parking lots, interstates and off-ramps, a small, grey patch of what is an extraordinarily green and otherwise pleasant state.
It seems an unlikely home of a Stanley Cup dynasty in the making.
They don't have the history of the Montreal Canadiens, the New ...
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