Devils' Pending UFAs: Who Stays and Who Goes?

Devils' Pending UFAs: Who Stays and Who Goes?

April 16th, 2019 Finishing the season 31-41-10 is not how the New Jersey Devils envisioned their season going. It paid off in the end as they won the NHL Draft Lottery last week and will select first overall at the Entry Draft in June. That'll go a long way in helping them rebuild their roster, whether it's either...
NHL News & Notes: NHL Draft Lottery, Voynov & More

NHL News & Notes: NHL Draft Lottery, Voynov & More

April 10th, 2019 In today's News & Notes, the NHL Draft Lottery took place Tuesday, Slava Voynov has been suspended for the entirety of the 2019-20 season and Antti Niemi won't be returning to the Montreal Canadiens according to Marc Bergevin. NHL Draft Lottery Results The New Jersey Devils have won the...

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April 8th, 2019
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Drew Stafford’s value to the New Jersey Devils can’t be found in a box score. It won’t show up in the pregame notes and you won’t see it in any advanced stat breakdown. The value of having Stafford, a 33-year-old veteran presence who has an NCAA title, and a World Juniors gold medal on his resume next to the 841 NHL games that he’s played in is immeasurable. On a roster that the average age is 25, Stafford is one of only four players that is over the age of 30. “He’s like a coach on the ice, off the ice, he’s a guy that really gets it. He’s at the point in his career where you can see he still makes an impact on the game,” said Devils coach John Hynes, who gets excited when he’s asked about Stafford’s contributions. “I think first and foremost when you have older guys, they have to be able to play and Drew certainly can play. Then it’s the things that they bring outside of the on-ice aspect, which is helping younger guys, promoting the culture, how...
April 8th, 2019
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To say the New Jersey Devils' season was a disappointment would be an understatement. After a surprise postseason appearance in 2017-18, they found themselves back where they were in 2016-17, the bottom of the NHL. There are plenty of reasons why things went south, and no one person is to blame. Carolina Hurricanes' Nino Niederreiter and New Jersey Devils' Nico Hischier (AP Photo/Gerry Broome) The Devils' goaltending turned it around in the calendar year 2019, but it was among the league's worst through New Year's. That was compounded by poor defense and injuries to key players such as Taylor Hall. That may make things seem bleak, but general manager Ray Shero has set up the team to reset in short order. They have 10 draft picks at the upcoming NHL Entry Draft, and they'll have over $30 million in cap space come July 1. Here's how those assets should be put to use. Devils Need Secondary Scoring It became clear after Hall's injury that the Devils didn't have enough...
April 7th, 2019
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SUNRISE, Fla. — Travis Zajac scored the winning goal on the power play in overtime, lifting the New Jersey Devils to a 4-3 victory over the Florida Panthers on Saturday night. Nathan Bastian scored twice in regulation, Pavel Zacha also scored a goal an...

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New Jersey Devils: Top 10 Rookie Seasons

This article was originally published in October, 2014. His name is Damon Severson. He may not be Tom Seaver's son but the New Jersey Devils' rookie blue liner has been nothing short of terrific thus far. Wearing number 28, Severson is evoking memories of another defenceman to don those digits.... September 12th, 2017

Martin Brodeur: Keeper Of New Jersey

This article was originally written in February, 2016. When one thinks of ways to describe Martin Brodeur, many words come to mind. Stanley Cup champion. Gold medal winner. Vezina Trophy winner. Workhorse. Consistent. Clutch. Class. You don't have to take my word for it, you could ask some of... August 22nd, 2017