Tag Archives: Marek Zidlicky

PTO Options for the Devils

Christian Ehrhoff He bounced around quite a bit this past season. He started the year with the Kings before being placed on waivers and demoted to their AHL affiliate. Eventually, he found himself finishing the season with the Chicago Blackhawks after being acquired in exchange for Rob Scuderi. Ehrhoff’s play wasn’t all that bad. He

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Mike Cammalleri: Finding His Next Go-To Guy

He was a bright spot in an otherwise abysmal season for the New Jersey Devils. Nobody came close to reaching his team-leading 27 goals that he attained in an injury-shortened, 68-game season. Left wing Mike Cammalleri is off to an encouraging start after the first season in his five-year, $25 million deal he signed last summer. Despite his age (33),

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Devils Offense: Their Own Worst Enemy

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

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Czech Mates: Where Will They End Up?

Editor’s Note: This piece is the sole opinion of writer Mike Luci, and does not necessarily reflect the views of the Devils Army Blog or its Admins. You can follow me on Twitter: @MiikeLuci After Tuesday’s game, the Devils are 12 points out of the last wildcard spot in the Eastern Conference. With six games until the

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Offensive Defense: When will Eric Gelinas get his chance?

You can follow me on Twitter: @MiikeLuci Although his defensive play makes him the subject of scrutiny and a popular scapegoat in this (and recent) seasons, defenseman Marek Zidlicky’s days in New Jersey could be numbered as the trade deadline approaches. When the Devils acquired him in 2012, he was the first definitive offensive defenseman the

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Paul Thompson: Could he get the call?

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

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