August 10th, 2017With an immediate need for help on defense the New Jersey Devils selected Reilly Walsh with their second 3rd round pick (81st overall) at the 2017 NHL Draft. The 5’11” Walsh averaged over two points per game (69 points in 30 games) at Proctor Academy during 2016-17 and is committed to attend...
August 10th, 2017New Jersey Devils fans are familiar with college players testing free agency. Harvard University forward, and Devils draft pick, Alexander Kerfoot seems destined to do it on August 15th as, unfortunately, it doesn't seem that Kerfoot wants to play for New Jersey. But there is another college player...
Despite all of the good press they have received lately, the New Jersey Devils’ roster needs more to propel the team to their first playoff appearance in six years. The forward corps looks mostly complete – with a few points of weakness – but the defense is in dire need of help. The challenge...July 31st, 2017
After this upcoming season could we see Mackenzie Blackwood make his NHL debut as the backup to Cory Schneider in 2018-19? Very possibly, if everything goes well; but first things first. Blackwood is about to enter his second full season as a pro in the New Jersey Devils organization and he...July 27th, 2017
The New Jersey Devils announced three signings on Tuesday. Forward Joseph Blandisi, defenseman Mirco Mueller, and goaltender Scott Wedgewood are the recipients of new contracts. That leaves Damon Severson and Stefan Noesen as the only NHL regulars without new deals. Considering no Devils opted for...July 26th, 2017
Addition by subtraction. If New Jersey Devils general manager Ray Shero has achieved nothing else in what has been an eventful offseason for his club, he's been diligent in cutting dead weight.
In a rebuild, there's a fine line between carrying useful veterans to help rub off on a young squad...July 22nd, 2017
It has been an extremely successful offseason for the New Jersey Devils thus far. It started off with drafting Nico Hischier first overall in the 2017 NHL entry draft, which was the right decision in my mind. Then, general manager Ray Shero worked his magic.
First, he drafted several intriguing...July 21st, 2017
When they selected Joey Anderson with the 73rd overall pick (3rd round) at the 2016 NHL Draft the New Jersey Devils knew they were getting a good player. Fast forward to a year and almost a month later, and now Anderson could turn out to be a steal of a pick for New Jersey that late in the...July 20th, 2017