Found January 07, 2013 on
Well, its finally back. There is no use crying over lost time, so here are some news, notes and quotes since the news broke the lockout ended in NJ.
Petr Sykora, who played for the Devils last season, is hoping to be invited back to Devils camp again after his contract expired after the previous season. If you remember, Sykora entered the training camp last year and was originally expected to be a long shot to make the team. Not only did he make the team, he contributed 21 goals and 23 assists. Continue reading "Down to Business"
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With the NHL lockout now over and the regular season set to begin within the next 10-14 days, there is much work and preparation that needs to be done for all teams, players and coaches. Here are some notes on the New Jersey Devils' captain candidates, Petr Sykora's hopes to return to the NHL this season and more.
- I'll start off with the captaincy thing. The Devils...
With the new collective bargaining agreement now in place and regular season hockey expected to start within the next 10-14 days, here's a quick look at where things stand in New Jersey heading into the upcoming season in terms of cap flexibility and injuries.
- A few days ago it was announced that 2011-12 Calder candidate Adam Henrique's rehab was just beginning and that...
The New Jersey Devils’ schedule for the 2013 season hasn’t been released yet, but owning to an ice show at Prudential Center, it seems likely the Devils will open the truncated season on the road.
The ice surface being down is one less cause for concern in making a quick turnabout now that a new collective bargaining agreement has finally been reached. Coach Peter DeBoer and...
There has been a lot of rampant speculation this morning regarding Ilya Kovalchuk and some rumors out of Europe that he is considering leaving the New Jersey Devils to stay with SKA St. Petersburg in the KHL. My advice to all of you: don't worry, he will be back. I can say that confidently for a couple reasons:
1. The KHL and NHL have an agreement to honor existing contracts...
The end of the NHL lockout meant several players from several teams could finally work out with their mates Monday.
Slowly, all of the locker rooms will be filled with players from near and far, an official - albeit brief - training camp will be held, and teams will finally get to the business of trying to win the Stanley Cup.
Who has the advantage in a 48- or 50-game season? Who...
After sticking out a 16-hour collective bargaining session, the NHL and NHLPA have finally reached an agreement to end the lockout.
There has been no word as to when the season will start or how many games will be played but all games played by New Jersey will be against teams in the Eastern Conference.
Whether the season is 48 games, 50 games or 52 games, the Devils are expected...
@tsnbobmckenzie That is what Lou Lamoriello told me yesterday as well. Said he had no reason to think he wasn't coming back.
— Tom Gulitti (@TGfireandice) January 8, 2013