The Canucks are in a weird place. Yes, they are technically rebuilding, but they still enter every season hoping they can push enough to be a playoff team. Rookie sensation Elias Petterson and Brock Boeser kept their shelf life alive long enough that the playoffs were still close enough until the later part of the season when they spiraled out of contention. Obviously, there’s zero chance the Devils can trade for Boeser or Petterson. Everyone in Vancouver is holding onto the Calder favorite as tight as they can. So who can the Devils target instead?
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When general manager Ray Shero steps to the podium in Vancouver, he is going to announce Jack Hughes as the first-overall pick. Not just because Hughes is more marketable than Kaapo Kakko, or because Shero knows Hughes’ dad. It will be because Hughes is a better hockey player than Kakko and can be a
Play Gloria! After the St. Louis Blues punched their ticket to the Stanley Cup Final, Blues fans across the country were all thinking one thing: “Play Gloria!” The song “Gloria” by Laura Branigan became their victory song the day after a night out in Philadelphia, and it has since caught on, especially with the late
The offseason may have just begun for the San Jose Sharks, but it’s never too early to start thinking of some trades the New Jersey Devils can make. Fresh off their Western Conference finals loss to the St. Louis Blues, San Jose is going to find itself asking what it can do to get themselves
For today’s DAB trade series, we’re going to go down to the land of rattlesnakes, cactuses (or is it cacti?), and blown Mariano Rivera saves (I’m not over the 2001 World Series) in Phoenix, Arizona to look at the Arizona Coyotes. The Coyotes are coming off their strongest season in recent memory but fell just
Writer’s Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey Team USA played their first game of the IIHF World Championship against Slovakia and lost by a final score of 4 to 1. The U.S. is looked at as having one of the better rosters in this tournament with one rival, Russia, boasting stars such as Evgeni Malkin and Nikita Kucherov with
For our Devils Army Blog trade series, we’re taking a look at every NHL team and who our fearless leader, general manager Ray Shero, should target in acquiring. And today, we’ll continue our little look at the Pacific Division. Last week, I took a long gander at the Los Angeles Kings, and now we’re going
Introduction Free agency is a cornerstone to every single offseason. Luckily for the New Jersey Devils – thanks to a plethora of cap space – this is something they may finally be able to take advantage of. Every year there are always quality players available. However, in order to get these assets, you may have
The DAB Trade Series takes a look at the Boston Bruins to determine which players, if any, the Devils may consider seeking to acquire via trade over the off-season. Which players do we identify as strong candidates to join the Devils roster?
Unless you were too fully invested watching the Carolina Hurricanes and New York Islanders game on Friday night, you and the rest of the movie-loving universe were out watching Avengers: Endgame. Sure, that overtime 1-0 victory by the Hurricanes was epic, but not as epic as some infinity-stone snatching from Earth’s mightiest heroes (I promise