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New Jersey Devils’ Day Two/Overall Grades and Player Breakdown

Introduction The New Jersey Devils had to wait hours to make the team’s first pick of day. But, general manager Tom Fitzgerald did not disappoint. He started off by selecting a goalie which was highly rated by many. He ended the day by selecting three forwards and one defenseman. Fitzgerald even made a trade as

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New Jersey Devils’ Day One Draft Grades and Player Breakdowns

Introduction The New Jersey Devils made all three of the team’s first-round picks despite possible rumors of the team moving at least one of their 18th or 20th overall picks. The Devils addressed the team’s forward need, specifically at the wing, with the team’s first two picks. The third pick the Devils went defense, and

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Devils Army Blog 2020 NHL Mock Draft

#1. New York Rangers: Alexis Lafrenière, LW, Rimouski – QMJHL The consensus number one overall pick is the best prospect since the 2016 NHL Draft. This when the Toronto Maple Leafs selected Auston Matthews. #2. Los Angeles Kings: Tim Stützle, C, Mannheim – DEL According to the Athletic’s Corey Pronman, “team sources around the league

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Devils Draft Series: Tim Stützle, Elite Playmaking German Forward

Profile Tim Stützle is an 18-year-old German-born left-wing, who can also play center. He is listed at 6-foot-1, 187 pounds, and is a left-handed shot. Stützle has played all of his junior hockey in his native country Germany, which makes it slightly harder to gauge his production. In the final 2020 Draft Prospect Rankings, he

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