Last weekend, the New Jersey Devils sent their best and brightest prospects to Buffalo, New York for the second annual Prospects Challenge tournament. The Devils had better fortunes this time around, going 1-1-0 against the Buffalo Sabres and Boston Bruin squads. New Jersey defeated the Sabres 6-3 on Saturday before falling short to the Bruins
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With the Devil’s prospect tournament coming up, there is a lot of buzz surrounding the team’s top prospects like Pavel Zacha and Michael McLeod. The mounting hype is warranted though as both those players are projected to become potential elite forces in Newark. Yet two players don’t make up an NHL team. Here are a
With training camp set to begin next week, speculation will intensify on what the final roster looks like for the New Jersey Devils. While this year’s group is going to be vastly different than last season’s, management brought back a decent number of players from the 2015-2016 squad that they’re still hoping become building blocks
Christian Ehrhoff He bounced around quite a bit this past season. He started the year with the Kings before being placed on waivers and demoted to their AHL affiliate. Eventually, he found himself finishing the season with the Chicago Blackhawks after being acquired in exchange for Rob Scuderi. Ehrhoff’s play wasn’t all that bad. He
Author’s TWITTER Before beginning his second season as head coach of the New Jersey Devils, John Hynes will serve as an assistant for Team USA in the upcoming World Cup of Hockey. Coach Hynes joins a staff led by John Tortorella (head coach), and fellow assistants Mike Sullivan, Phil Housley, Jack Capuano, and Scott Gordon.
Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 It’s been another long offseason in New Jersey. There have been many changes and a number of new faces will take the ice when camp begins in just a few weeks. It’s safe to say the Devils are in much better shape than they were at this time last year.
Without question, the New Jersey Devils have vastly improved with training camp only a few weeks away. General Manager Ray Shero did a tremendous job in retooling the offense, giving the Devils their best look up front in years. The blue line remains a bit of a question mark, and we can take New Jersey’s
Earlier this week Jimmy Vesey’s latest shortlist was announced. The highly sought after Harvard grad narrowed his potential suitors down to the Blackhawks, Rangers, and the New Jersey Devils. For the first time in a couple years a high profile free agent has expressed interest in coming to Newark. Before looking into the factors that
Brandon Pirri Pirri remains one of the better free agents available. Anaheim chose not to qualify him, making him an unrestricted free agent on July 1st. He had 29 points (14 goals, 15 assists) in 61 games. He averaged 0.47 points a game, which would’ve put him close to 40 points in a full 82-game
The free agency frenzy is long gone, and most of the big names have been signed. The Devils addressed most of their needs via free agency and the trade market. However, there is still one glaring hole left on this team that Ray Shero will need to address before the season starts. The Devils traded