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During the course of their history, the New Jersey Devils have seen a number of key players bolt the swampland for the bright lights of Manhattan.
Bobby Holik, Scott Gomez, John MacLean and Bruce Driver just to name a few.
But it looks like Ryane Clowe might have swung the pendulum the other way as Randy Miller at NJ.com wonders if the Devils could make a run at Ryan Callahan this summer.
…as if Rangers fans weren’t already down on Callahan for forcing Sather to trade him due to his greediness, could you imagine the hatred and vitriol if he signed a contract with the Devils this summer?
…he would literally surpass guys like Sidney Crosby and Scott Hartnell as public enemy #1 for the Garden Faithful.
…the Devils have now missed the playoffs for a second consecutive season, so you know their new ownership will be looking to make a big splash this summer. And what better way to do that than sign a beloved player of their hated rival.
…as far as Callahan’s thinking. Why wouldn’t he seri...
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from Randy Miller of NJ.com,
What’s unknown is how much change there will be and how significant these changes will be.
Will Lamoriello, 71, consider retiring?
Would new Devils Josh Harris and David Blitzer dare ask Lamoriello to step down?
Will DeBoer, who led the 2011-12 Devils to the Stanley Cup Final in his first season, survive back-to-back non-playoff seasons...
This is what Brodeur had to say today, from Tom Gulitti of Fire & Ice,
If he does come back to the Devils, Brodeur said that will mean he is OK with having a limited workload and role. He seems to be hoping to find a larger role on another team, though. And if he doesn’t find what he’s looking for elsewhere or with the Devils, retirement is also an option.
Brendan Shanahan has been the chief player disciplinarian at the NHL’s Department of Player Safety since June 2011, but his days as a league executive are coming to an end. Citing multiple sources, the Toronto Star’s Damien Cox has reported that Shanahan is headed to Toronto to accept a front-office position with the Maple Leafs. “Shanahan, according to multiple sources,...
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By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo)
Martin Brodeur has been a fan-favorite since he entered the doors of Brendan Byrne Arena nearly 20 years ago, when he still sported a mustache and blonde hair that could make even Zack Morris jealous.
But now in the twilight of his career, where he seems to have lost a bit of the control he always had on his minutes with the...
The intriguing concept of Brendan Shanahan joining the Maple Leafs has been rattling around the restless mind of Tim Leiweke for months.
But after an explosion of speculation from a variety of media outlets in the past 48 hours forced the idea to be fast-tracked, that concept is about to turn into reality.
Shanahan, according to multiple sources, will resign his position as the...
On Fan Appreciation Night, the Senators were at least able to serve up a victory.
Erik Karlsson scored in the shootout to give the Senators a 2-1 victory to push the New Jersey Devils to 0-12 in the skills competition in front of a sellout of 19,240 at the Canadian Tire Centre.
Robin Lehner’s 38 saves in regulation were the reason this one got to a shootout in the first place...
Over the last few days there has been considerable talk about the Toronto Maple Leafs looking to add another level of management to the franchise and Nick Kypros of Hockey Central on Sportsnet was the first to float the name of Brendan Shanahan. At this point it appears that Shanahan has in fact agreed to join the Maple Leafs front office and will be named president of hockey...
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) Television analyst Glenn ''Chico'' Resch says he is retiring from the New Jersey Devils broadcast booth after 18 years.
The New Jersey Devils' slim playoff hopes took a crushing blow with a loss to a lesser opponent last time out.
Outside of individual accomplishments, there's not much left for the New York Islanders and New Jersey Devils to play for in the final two games of the season.
Brendan Shanahan will reportedly leave his post with the NHL's league office to run the Toronto Maple Leafs.