Follow me on Twitter This offseason, the New Jersey Devils acquired defenseman Mirco Mueller and a fifth-round selection from the San Jose Sharks in exchange for 2017 second and fourth round picks. At first, skepticism was warranted in the acquisition of what seemed like an ex-first round selection that failed living up to expectations.
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Editor’s Note: The opinions in this article solely reflect those of the writer, and do not represent the entire Devils Army Blog admin and writing staff. Author’s Twitter I’ve always been a big fan of head coach John Hynes, ever since Ray Shero hired him. As the New Jersey Devils close in on what has
After going into their five-game layoff on a 3-0-1 unbeaten streak, the New Jersey Devils hoped to pick up where they left off. The San Jose Sharks being among the league’s top teams was a challenge in itself for the Devils, who were shut out 4-0 by them in their initial matinee this season. For
Match Overview The New Jersey Devils return from their mandatory five-day break as they get set to take on the San Jose Sharks in a Sunday matinee. The Sharks will be in the second half of a back-to-back after losing to the Flyers 2-1 in overtime yesterday afternoon. After a suffering concussion from a vicious hit
Match Overview Coming off what was arguably their worst performance of the season Saturday night, the Devils will look to get back on track and close out their west coast trip with a win against the San Jose Sharks tonight. The Devils were thoroughly outplayed by the Kings Saturday night, getting outshot 18-4 at one
Author’s Twitter. For most Devils fans, the reality of the New Jersey Devils acquiring all-star left wing Taylor Hall is still setting in. As we emerge from the opening weekend of free agency, the Devils already look like a much different team compared to the roster that played in their final regular season game.
NHL teams spent over $600 million in contracts on July 1st. The Devils were among those to partake on Friday’s festivities when they made six new acquisitions, and brought back two more players. The Devils currently have over $22 million in cap space with 16 players signed going into the 2016-2017 season (per NHL Numbers.com).
Author’s Twitter: @_MikeLuci_ The New Jersey Devils were outsiders looking in at the playoffs for the fourth consecutive year. While they probably wouldn’t have gotten past the first round if they reached the postseason anyway, the consensus of New Jersey’s fan base is optimistic about the direction the team’s headed. The circumstances leading to the
2015-2016 Summary Entering his second season with the New Jersey Devils, hopes were high that right wing Jordin Tootoo would have a strong follow up year to his tremendous second-half in 2014-2015. He earned a second contract with the Devils after making the team as a tryout last year, where he registered ten goals (one
At the ten-game mark, the New Jersey Devils are off to a much better start than we all thought. Despite being in the infancy of the 2015-2016 season, they’re above .500 and are currently vying for a playoff spot, which are encouraging signs for a team that was widely believed to be one of the