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
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When the Devils traded Adam Larsson for Taylor Hall, there was immediately a void created along their blue line. They signed Ben Lovejoy to a 3-year contract when free agency opened up. He’ll be able to eat some of the minutes left by Larsson and can fill in on the PK, but it would be
Author’s TWITTER Let me the first to acknowledge how I may seem hypocritical at first before divulging into this topic. If anyone read my earlier article from this week, I voiced a lot of concern on how the departures of Adam Larsson and David Schlemko set the team back on defense, where there already
Author’s Twitter. For most Devils fans, the reality of the New Jersey Devils acquiring all-star left wing Taylor Hall is still setting in. As we emerge from the opening weekend of free agency, the Devils already look like a much different team compared to the roster that played in their final regular season game.
With the clock quickly approaching noon, months of speculation will come to an end as this summer’s top free agents decide which teams they’ll want to play for this fall. As is the case leading up to every free agent frenzy, some notable names have already come off the market. Earlier this week, Tampa Bay
Yesterday afternoon, Ray Shero pulled a rabbit from his hat and made a trade nobody expected by acquiring Taylor Hall from the Edmonton Oilers for Adam Larsson in a straight one-for-one swap. Larsson had struggled early on in his career but came into his own over the last season and a half while Taylor Hall
We’re well into the first round of the NHL playoffs, and haven’t seen Devils hockey in over a week. It’s given the writers and staff at Devils Army Blog enough time to reflect on an adversarial but hopeful and encouraging season, despite missing a fourth straight postseason. Below are a list of team awards that
While goaltending has been the cornerstone of success in the Devils organization, the team has always abided by a defense-first playing philosophy that still lives on in the post-Lamoriello era. This was a big year where defensemen like Adam Larsson and Damon Severson made remarkable progress in their development, while first-year captain Andy Greene showed
The New Jersey Devils would ultimately be fated to miss the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season. While the amount of blame can be widely spread out, all we as fans can do now is focus on the positives from this season and speculate on what change general manager Ray Shero will bring this offseason.
In their second game in three days, Devils rookie forward Joseph Blandisi and the New Jersey Devils (26-20-5) will meet the Toronto Maple Leafs (18-22-9) tonight at Air Canada Centre at 7:30 PM EST in their final trip across the United States-Canadian border this season. Cory Schneider is expected to get the nod between the