This season was always going to be a bit of a throwaway season for the New Jersey Devils. If you haven’t figured it out yet, they probably aren’t winning the 2021 Stanley Cup. But hey if we’re wrong, we’ll be gladly wrong because it would likely be one hell of a ride with fun stories
Despite a 16-day hiatus, due to a COVID-19 outbreak, the New Jersey Devils continue to turn a lot of heads in terms of their better-than-expected performance so far this season. To further elaborate on that claim, the Devils’ overall record is nothing spectacular, however, for their standards, they are definitely heading in the right direction.
The New Jersey Devils’ season may be suspended for the time being. However, their AHL team, the Binghamton Devils, continue to get their season underway. On Feb. 8, they completed their first game of the year with a thrilling 4-3 OT win against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins. Similar to their NHL partner, prior to their first
Jesper Bratt is back and that’s good news for the New Jersey Devils. First-year coach Lindy Ruff wasted no time inserting Bratt into his roster and giving him top-line minutes alongside Jack Hughes. His first game back, he didn’t score any points, but considering he hasn’t played since last season, he didn’t look particularly rusty.
If you weren’t able to watch the game and only saw/heard about the final score of the New Jersey Devils opening game of the 2020-21 NHL season – a 3-2 shootout loss to the Boston Bruins at Prudential Center – you might think they did pretty well considering the Bruins were the President’s Trophy winners
On the final day of 2020, the New Jersey Devils held their first training camp to kick off their new season. Aside from the team trying to get back into the swing of things, training camp allows for the media to ask any questions to a respective player or coach. When sophomore year player, Jack
In today’s NHL rumor rundown, there is news on the status of talks between the Boston Bruins and Zdeno Chara. Are the Bruins actually interested more in another defenseman? In Winnipeg, reports are that Jack Roslovic has officially asked for a trade. The Edmonton Oilers have brought in two players for PTOs and one might
With the announcement of a Jan. 13 start to the 2020-21 NHL season, things are beginning to ratchet up. In a mid-week news and rumors roundup, we take a look at a key restricted free agent signed by the New Jersey Devils. Plus, potential interest in a Vegas Golden Knights’ forward, Yegor Sharangovich returns to North
It was a busy week for NHL news, and it had plenty of implications for the New Jersey Devils. With plans still in the works, news keeps making its way out about what the format will look like for the 2020-21 season. Among the proposals are realigned divisions, which will give the Devils a new set
It was another relatively quiet week for the New Jersey Devils. There were no signings or trades, but there was some news regarding the franchise. They hired a full-time goaltending coach for their AHL affiliate, while some of their prospects continue to perform well while on loans overseas. Plus, a look at a Devils’ prospect’s
In today’s NHL rumor rundown, did the St. Louis Blues just confirm their interest in forward Mike Hoffman? What about the Boston Bruins? They might find room if Hoffman is still available near the start of the season. Are there updates on Ottawa Senators prospect Tim Stutzle and the chances he joins Senators’ training camp?
Devils primed for an offer sheet? Top offer sheet candidates Sonny Sachdeva of Sportsnet: Former Los Angeles Kings assistant GM Michael Futa at the NHL Draft on offer sheets and the New Jersey Devils. “I think they’re another team that’s primed for an offer sheet,” Futa said during that early October broadcast. “And I can tell
The New Jersey Devils have had an active offseason, making upgrades on offense, defense, and in net. But even with the new additions, they still have $18 million in available cap space. They have to re-sign restricted free agents Jesper Bratt and Mackenzie Blackwood, which should take up around $6-7 million in additional cap space.
The Columbus Blue Jackets have traded defenceman Ryan Murray to the New Jersey Devils for a fifth-round pick in 2021. This move followed the earlier buyout of 26-year-old forward Alexander Wennberg and the trade of defenceman Markus Nutivaara to the Florida Panthers. With those moves, they cleared a total of $11.1 million in cap space.
The NHL Draft is only two days away, and it’ll be a crucial one for the New Jersey Devils. They have three first-round picks and nine draft choices in total. It’ll be Tom Fitzgerald’s first draft at the helm as general manager, so this could define what his tenure looks like two to three years from now.
TSN Hockey Insiders Pierre LeBrun and Darren Dreger confirmed on Insider Trading that Patrik Laine’s name appearing in trade rumors “isn’t just eye candy or speculative” and that the Winnipeg Jets are serious about potentially moving him this offseason. There certainly isn’t a shortage of interest throughout the league and at the bare minimum, the
The NHL Entry Draft is approaching quickly and the New Jersey Devils are in a suitable position to move around the board if the right opportunities present themselves. With the salary advantage and three first-round picks (7th, 18th and 20th), general manager Tom Fitzgerald possesses the assets necessary to move up if the team sees
It’s time for another roundup of New Jersey Devils news and rumors. The draft and free agency are less than three weeks away, meaning the rumor mill is beginning to kick into high gear. That’s been the case with the Devils, as The Athletic’s Pierre Lebrun had some news about Kyle Palmieri’s future with the