July 21st, 2016 In Devils Prospects, New Jersey Devils, Top Stories 0 comments

As the second offseason under the new regime of the New Jersey Devils begins, there is a lot of excitement and energy around the franchise from top to bottom. Under GM Ray Shero, head coach John Hynes and assistant GM Tom Fitzgerald the team has revamped its look, feel, style and roster, again from top to bottom. With two NHL Drafts under their...

July 20th, 2016 In International Hockey, New Jersey Devils, News, World Cup 0 comments

On Wednesday, Team USA announced that New Jersey Devils right wing Kyle Palmieri will replace Tampa Bay Lightning forward Ryan Callahan at this year's World Cup of Hockey. Forward @kylepalmieri of the @NJDevils added to U.S. roster for 2016 World Cup of Hockey: https://t.co/bI6EXBjSPL pic.twitter.com/x0d7XseqbJ — USA Hockey (@usahockey) July...

July 16th, 2016 In New Jersey Devils, News 0 comments

It's development camp time around the NHL, and loads of prospects are learning what it takes to become a pro and showing off their skills for coaches and devoted fans. Boston College's Joey Dudek showed off some nice mitts Saturday during a shootout at New Jersey Devils development camp. Dudek, a 2014 6th round draft pick (152nd overall), will...

July 16th, 2016 In Devils History, New Jersey Devils 0 comments

When one thinks about the No. 9 and its place in hockey lore, notable names come to mind. Names like Gordie Howe, Maurice Richard, Bobby Hull automatically come to mind. Now the newest member of the New Jersey Devils is hoping the number is "Taylor made," for him. Taylor Hall will join a group of great players who have also donned the sweater in...

July 16th, 2016 In Devils Prospects, New Jersey Devils, News, Top Stories 0 comments

New Jersey Devils prospect Pavel Zacha will miss the remainder of the team's prospect development camp due to a hip pointer, according to multiple reports. The same injury caused him to miss the second round of the AHL playoffs with the Albany Devils. Pavel Zacha (hip pointer) won't skate at development camp, but he feels better and resumed...

July 15th, 2016 In Devils Prospects, New Jersey Devils 0 comments

An opportunity has arisen for New Jersey Devils prospect Nick Lappin, and so far he has taken full advantage of it without showing signs of slowing down. Over the past 14 months, there has been tremendous turnover within the organization — from the front office all the way down to the team’s minor-league affiliate, the Albany Devils. Lappin...

July 12th, 2016 In New Jersey Devils, News 0 comments

On Tuesday, the New Jersey Devils announced that former left-winger Ryane Clowe would be joining John Hynes' coaching staff as an assistant coach for the 2016-17 season. Speaking about Clowe shortly after the announcement, Hynes said, "His character, expertise as a player, knowledge of the game and passion to coach will be a benefit of our...

July 12th, 2016 In Devils History, Islanders History 0 comments

TheHockeyWriters.com chats with Tom Chorske, who discusses his time with the Devils on their 1995 Stanley Cup championship team and his time with the Islanders. Chorske, who was the Montreal Canadiens' first-round selection in the 1985 draft and made his NHL debut four years later after playing for the US National Team and the University of...

July 11th, 2016 In Devils Prospects, New Jersey Devils, News 0 comments

Just one year removed from being this sixth overall draft pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft, it seems as though the New Jersey Devils are looking to make Pavel Zacha a mainstay on their roster next season. According to Andrew Gross of NorthJersey.com, Devils’ GM Ray Shero says the 19-year-old will have an opportunity to crack the team’s...

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