According to a report from Elliotte Friedman, Evgeni Malkin may be unhappy with his situation in Pittsburgh. Friedman cited sources from around the league that Malkin would be open to a trade. If this were to be the case, the Russian superstar would be one of the most coveted players on the market this offseason.
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The New Jersey Devil’s are beginning to rebuild; there’s no denying that. There’s most likely going to be more bad times than good in the near future. These should be considered growing pains, as the Devils try to grow into a completely new team. There are very few pieces in place for the future. The
You can follow me on Twitter @MiikeLuci It’s an utmost certainty the Devils will select a forward if they don’t trade the sixth overall pick. The depletion of New Jersey’s offensive depth reached unprecedented lengths this year, and with little to no assuring talent coming through the pipelines, the need for immediate scoring help is dire if Lou Lamoriello wants to elude
You can follow me on Twitter @MiikeLuci In this second DAB Q&A installment, I had the chance to ask a few questions to Matt McCrohan, one of the admins at Devils Army Blog. We covered a few end of the season-related topics about the Devil’s nightmarish season, some of the contributing factors to it, and more
The stats and information on this article was compiled as of 3/18/15 You can follow me on Twitter @MiikeLuci Going into the season, former head coach Pete DeBoer didn’t believe scoring would be an issue. When training camp was under way, the Devils appeared four lines deep on paper, which looked like it would pay dividends
Remember to follow us on Twitter @DevilsArmyBlog for live game updates. You can follow me on Twitter @MiikeLuci Matchup Overview Tonight’s matchup against the Minnesota Wild marks the beginning of New Jersey’s final road trip outside the conference. Currently occupying the first wildcard slot in the west, the Wild were six points out of the playoffs two
Twitter: @MiikeLuci The onslaught of injuries that plagued the Devil’s this season have led to several AHL call ups. Among the players we’ve seen are former regulars who didn’t make the cut at the start of the season like Steve Bernier and Peter Harrold, highly touted players and prospects like Reid Boucher, Joe Whitney, and