Since the New Jersey Devils have a lot of cap space, many are predicting they will be active. One of the more prominent names being associated with the Devils is right wing, Jordan Eberle. Given the fact the Devils are in need of a top-six forward, he’s definitely worth examining. The Statistics The former roommate
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The 2014 NHL draft featured the New Jersey Devils making the best out of a bad situation. In his final draft year as New Jersey’s president and general manager, Lou Lamoriello tried to pick the best player for the organization at #30 overall. Five years later, we’re still wondering if John Quennevile was the right
Per our first two free agent profiles, the New Jersey Devils should be able to address their hole at the top of their forward group via free agency. Those two profiles focused on two smaller, scorer type guys as Mats Zuccarello is listed as 5-foot-8 and 184 pounds, and Gustav Nyquist is 5-foot-11 and also
As mentioned in our previous free agent profile examining Mats Zuccarello, the New Jersey Devils have holes to fill in their top-six. Zuccarello was just one of many great options the Devils can choose to fill this gap. While he was an older option, general manager Ray Shero may want to pursue someone a little
While watching the New Jersey Devils last year, it became apparent that they had a desperate need in their top six. With the presumed addition of prospect Jack Hughes via the draft, the top-six need seems to be at the wing. Outside of Taylor Hall, Kyle Palmieri and possibly Jesper Bratt, the Devils do not
The Canucks are in a weird place. Yes, they are technically rebuilding, but they still enter every season hoping they can push enough to be a playoff team. Rookie sensation Elias Petterson and Brock Boeser kept their shelf life alive long enough that the playoffs were still close enough until the later part of the season when they spiraled out of contention. Obviously, there’s zero chance the Devils can trade for Boeser or Petterson. Everyone in Vancouver is holding onto the Calder favorite as tight as they can. So who can the Devils target instead?
The offseason may have just begun for the San Jose Sharks, but it’s never too early to start thinking of some trades the New Jersey Devils can make. Fresh off their Western Conference finals loss to the St. Louis Blues, San Jose is going to find itself asking what it can do to get themselves
By now, it’s been the goal seen, heard, and debated around the world. You already know which one we’re talking about: the San Jose Sharks overtime winner against the Blues that came off a blatant hand pass. Truth be told, I wasn’t watching the game, I was at a bar, but I knew the situation was bad when I looked down at my phone and saw, not a text from my hockey loving friends, but my own mother explaining the situation.
For today’s DAB trade series, we’re going to go down to the land of rattlesnakes, cactuses (or is it cacti?), and blown Mariano Rivera saves (I’m not over the 2001 World Series) in Phoenix, Arizona to look at the Arizona Coyotes. The Coyotes are coming off their strongest season in recent memory but fell just
Introduction Free agency is a cornerstone to every single offseason. Luckily for the New Jersey Devils – thanks to a plethora of cap space – this is something they may finally be able to take advantage of. Every year there are always quality players available. However, in order to get these assets, you may have