Keith Kinkaid is in the last year of his contract and could very well demand a hefty pay raise this summer. How should Ray Shero handle him when starter Cory Schneider returns from injury?
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In a camp that was brimming with young talent, John Quenneville is the only one left standing. The Devils came into training camp in need of a winger, and had plenty of candidates vying for the spot. Entering his fourth year with the organization, this may be Quenneville’s last chance to make an impact and secure a roster spot with the big club.
October is here and that can only mean one thing—Metropolitan Riveters hockey has returned. The 2017-2018 defending Isobel Cup champions are back and ready to defend their title. This year, the National Women’s Hockey League looks a little different as they have expanded to five teams. The Minnesota Whitecaps are here and ready to make
The New Jersey Devils traveled to Gothenburg, Sweden to open their season against the Edmonton Oilers. We broke down everything you needed to know about the game including the keys to victory, line combinations, players to watch, our prediction, and more!
Not even three weeks ago, MSG Networks named Erika Wachter as its new game host for New Jersey Devils telecasts. We had the privilege of speaking with the New Jersey native on Wednesday about her career thus far, and her thoughts on the team that will take the ice for the 2018-19 season.
Having recently unveiled their opening night roster, the Devils are entering 2018-2019 with a continued commitment to their youth and confidence in these players taking the next step forward. Our editorial team has composed a detailed season preview that breaks down all aspects that factored into the formation of this team—from acquisitions and departures, to players on the rise, in the hot seat, and a season outlook.
The Devils traveled to Bern, Switzerland in their first of a two-game NHL Global Series, where they took on SC Bern. We previewed the game with our projected lines, keys to the game and players to watch.
The wait is finally over. After holding out and missing a good part of training camp, Devils forward Miles Wood finally agreed to a new deal. The contract is good for four years, totaling $11 million ($2.75 million AAV). Many didn’t know what to expect from the holdout. After a report earlier in the week
Despite impressive showings from some of the young guns, the Devils lost both their opening preseason games. Like MLB spring training and NFL training camp, the preseason only matters for guys returning from injury and players battling for the last few roster spots. For the Devils, a couple key players had impressive showings and raised
The wait is finally over, as the Devils prepare to take the ice at home against the New York Rangers and on the road against the Montreal Canadiens. There is certainly a lot of buzz around this team heading into the season and for good reason. With the rosters being broken up, here are some