The New Jersey Devils have some work to do this off-season when it comes to reaching the next competitive level. For another installment in the Trade Series, we will be looking at players from the Chicago Blackhawks who the Devils should target through a trade. In my last article as a part of our Trade Series here at the DAB, I discussed some important factors the Devils will have to be considering before making any trade(s) so if you want a refresher or missed it last time, check it out here. When it comes to making a deal with the Blackhawks, it is important to remember that they are also a team similar to the Devils who already have a good amount of talent on their roster and maybe do not have as many holes to fill to get back to their dominance in the Western Conference.
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Game Overview The Devils suffered their first loss of the season at the hands of the Colorado Avalanche on Thursday. The team was doomed by poor discipline and the dynamic play of Gabriel Landeskog. The Devils now venture south down the Jersey Turnpike to take on the Philadelphia Flyers, who are coming off of a
As with every team in the NHL the Devils will be expecting some roster turnover heading into the new year as there are currently seven Devils’ set to hit the free agent market. The list is not exactly flattering and it’s tough to see where most of the guys will fit into the lineup, or
It’s not a question of should the Devils pursue Tavares— that is definite yes. The real question really is: Will Tavares actually make it to Free Agency on July 1, and consider signing with the Devils? The first question is hard to answer. While there’s only 8 days left until Tavares would become an unrestricted
The Vegas Golden Knights took the league by storm this season and surprised everyone that follows hockey. That couldn’t have been possible without many players stepping up and playing well above what most thought they were capable of, including free agent David Perron. After bouncing around from four teams in three seasons (Oilers, Penguins, Ducks
It’s been over 24 hours since the New Jersey Devils season has ended, and while the bitterness of defeat may still loom large, it should not cloud over the fact this was one of their best seasons in years. The positive takeaways from this season are plentiful and give us plenty to look forward to.
Beyond any reasonable doubt, Taylor Hall is the New Jersey Devils’ Most Valuable Player this season. The former first-overall pick leads the Devils in goals (33), assists (52) and points (85) in 71 games played this season. For comparison, the next closest point-producer on the team is Nico Hischier with 49 points in
These may be the dog days of the offseason for Devils fans, but the activity will be picking up soon as late June promises to be one of the most exciting times in hockey in recent memory. On June 18, teams’ expansion draft protection lists will be released, which will allow for more speculation, analysis
Author’s TWITTER Seems it just isn’t summer unless we hear rumblings of Ilya Kovalchuck threatening to make a return to the NHL. Well here we are in April and Kovy is trending once again. This may ultimately prove to be more of the same, but this time it seems to have more traction to it
Game Summary The Devils 3rd period comeback came up just short as they were defeated last night by a score of 4-2 in Toronto. The scoring opened with a John Moore wrist-shot early in the 1st period, but the Leafs grabbed a 2-1 lead by the end of the first on goals from