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
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Introduction When looking to see if two teams are compatible with possible trades, the thing you look at is their needs. Luckily for the Devils, the Hurricanes have a surplus of right-handed defenseman and are rumored to want to move one. Luckily for the Hurricanes, they are looking for depth scoring, and that is something
Team Report The Binghamton Devils are just north of the halfway point in their season. The first half has certainly not been the greatest, as they own a 19-22-4-0 record after their most recent loss in Syracuse. Their offense ranks at the bottom part of the AHL, averaging 2.67 goals per game. Their defense is
Matchup Overview The New Jersey Devils aim to build on a very emotional win last night against the Golden Knights as they head to Nashville. The road woes for the Devils have been very costly so far this season (3-11-2), and it won’t get any easier taking on a rested Nashville team with a great
Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey DAB Social Jesper Bratt is close to returning after suffering a broken jaw in practice during the Devils trip to Europe. With Bratt set to return soon, there has been debate over who would be the one to come out of the lineup. When the Devils were 4-0 to start
In a camp that was brimming with young talent, John Quenneville is the only one left standing. The Devils came into training camp in need of a winger, and had plenty of candidates vying for the spot. Entering his fourth year with the organization, this may be Quenneville’s last chance to make an impact and secure a roster spot with the big club.
Having recently unveiled their opening night roster, the Devils are entering 2018-2019 with a continued commitment to their youth and confidence in these players taking the next step forward. Our editorial team has composed a detailed season preview that breaks down all aspects that factored into the formation of this team—from acquisitions and departures, to players on the rise, in the hot seat, and a season outlook.
The New Jersey Devils released their opening night roster for the 2018-19 campaign on Tuesday night. The team will carry 13 forwards, eight defensemen and two goaltenders to start the season. We examine the new faces that cracked the roster, touched upon the Devils abundance of cap space, projected the line combinations for opening night, and provide the full roster.
As the preseason begins to draw to a close, the Devils currently have 28 players on their roster. There are a few surprises but for the most part, the roster has shaken out to what everyone thought it would be. The game tonight against the Winnipeg Jets could be some of the fringe players’ last
Twitter @ChrisMottHockey The New Jersey Devils will face the New York Rangers once again for another preseason tune-up. However, unlike last time, the game will be played at Madison Square Garden. It will also not involve a split-squad scenario that occurred last week. Tonight represents one of the last opportunities for fringe players looking to