Follow me on twitter @Sammystl5 New Jersey Devils development camp took place last week at Barnabas Health Center, which temporarily housed all of the Devils top prospects. As described by many who attended, this was the best development camp the organization has had in years. The ice was full of speed, skill, and hockey sense.
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Author’s Twitter We’re two weeks into summer free agency and about a month into the 2017 offseason. With their needs apparent, most of the New Jersey Devils fan base anticipated a busy offseason…and were largely disappointed. While the first overall selection of Nico Hischier along with the acquisitions of Brian Boyle and Marcus Johansson were laudable
Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 Center depth isn’t going to be a problem for the Devils in the years to come. Between Pavel Zacha, Michael McLeod, and John Quenneville, they’ll have their fair share of options down the middle. And that doesn’t include the prospect of adding Nolan Patrick or Nico Hischier at the Entry
Follow me on Twitter: @a_chauvancy23 In what was a wild draft lottery, the Devils fortunes changed quite a bit this past Saturday night as they were awarded first overall pick in this June’s NHL Entry Draft. New Jersey is likely to end up with one of Nolan Patrick or Nico Hischier, the two best prospects
Joey Anderson: The only Devil’s prospect who was a member of the gold medal winning USA team, Anderson had a very successful tournament. Starting the tournament with a 4th line checking role, Anderson impressed his coaches and was moved up to the top line alongside elite talents Colin White and Clayton Keller. Anderson was tasked
This week the New Jersey Devil’s prospects descended upon the Barnabas Health Hockey House to take part in development camp. With 9 new players coming in from the 2016 draft class and a couple try out players there were plenty of new faces trying to prove their worth to the organization. The Devils are quickly
The Devils walked into the draft with a feeling of uncertainty. After the top 3-4 players there was a lot of disparity on where players were going to end up. The Devils had to sit and wait, letting the first 10 teams determine what their move was going to be. They watched as the favorite