NHL Rumors: Hall, Puljujarvi, Gudbranson, More

NHL Rumors: Hall, Puljujarvi, Gudbranson, More

October 13th, 2019 In today's NHL rumors rundown, the New Jersey Devils are in the spotlight, will Jesse Puljujarvi spend the entire season in Finland, and Erik Gudbranson's thoughts on being healthy scratched in recent games. Related: NHL Rumors: Byfuglien, Quick, Babcock, More Devils Willing to Be Patient...
Devils' Hynes Squarely on the Hot Seat

Devils' Hynes Squarely on the Hot Seat

October 13th, 2019 The New Jersey Devils haven't gotten off to the start that many expected. They're 0-3-2 in their first five games, have been shutout twice, and have not looked competitive a majority of the time. To make matters worse, their special teams have been abysmal, and they've blown two late...

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October 6th, 2019
Devils Transactions

NEWARK, N.J. — The New Jersey Devils have signed veteran defenceman Joe Morrow and waived him, hoping to send him to their AHL franchise. General manager Ray Shero says Morrow signed a one-year, two-way contract worth $700,000 at the NHL level and $250...
October 5th, 2019
New Jersey Devils

It certainly wasn’t the ideal opening to the season, but New Jersey Devils defenseman Sami Vatanen isn’t about to push the panic button just yet. And rightfully so. It’s just one game. But the Devils were cruising along with a 4-0 lead in the second period against the Winnipeg Jets who looked like they had played a game the night before. Spoiler alert: they did.  The Jets got a goal with eleven seconds left in the second period, and then three more in the first 12 minutes of the third period. After a scoreless overtime and a five-round shootout, Winnipeg escaped New Jersey with a 5-4 victory after dropping a 6-4 contest at MSG the night before. New Jersey Devils defenseman Sami Vatanen had a goal in the season opener. (Jess Starr/The Hockey Writers) “I think in the first and second (periods) we played okay, had the lead and I don’t know what happened in the third,” Vatanen told The Hockey Writers following the game. “Those are pretty tough bounces. If...
October 5th, 2019
Devils Goaltending

Friday night featured five NHL matchups, but no goalie shined brighter than debuting top prospect Ilya Samsonov. Cory Schneider left the ice with injury, and a goalie in Russia made headlines with a big announcement. Samsonov Shines in Debut With Braden Holtby entering the final year of his contract, the future of the crease in America's capital is cloudy. But the scene got a little less muddled with the debut of the 22-year-old Samsonov, not only the top prospect in the Washington Capitals' system but arguably the best goaltending prospect in the entire NHL. Washington Capitals goaltender Ilya Samsonov prepares to make a save on St. Louis Blues center Tyler Bozak (Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports) In his much-anticipated first NHL start, Samsonov was sensational. He stopped 25 of 26 shots and led the Capitals to victory in a nailbiter, a 2-1 victory over the New York Islanders. It's only one game, but he's proving why he was the only goalie selected in the first round of...

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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