Rumors have popped up out of New Jersey that soon-to-be RFA defenseman Adam Larsson has become upset with the way the Devils have used him and how much ice time has received, almost to the point where he has considered taking off back to Sweden. Do I believe these rumors? Yes and no. I’ll explain. When the […]
Rumors circulated at Wednesday's general managers’ meetings and during Game 4 of the Stanley Cup Final that Devils defenseman Adam Larsson is planning to play in Sweden next season rather than re-sign with the NHL club.
But Devils GM Lou Lamoriello told The Star-Ledger he doesn’t believe it will happen.
Playing the right point on an Albany Devils' power play the other night, Adam Larsson wristed a shot that missed the net, banged off the end boards and caromed all the way to the neutral zone on the left-wing side.
It looked like a Hershey Bears penalty killer had a clear shot at racing forward to pick up the puck and speed in for a breakaway … but then, seemingly out of nowhere...
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It's been two years since the New Jersey Devils won the draft lottery and select Adam Larsson 4th overall in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft.
Over Larsson's first two NHL seasons, he showed flashes of potential stardom, but has also hit some bumps along the road.
In 102 regular season games, Larsson has two goals and 24 points...
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In today's post, I decided to get New Jersey Devils fans involved by touching on some of the biggest questions surrounding the team asked by the fans themselves.
Below are some questions from my followers on Twitter as well my answers to each question.
From @sunsofblindness: The Devils mismanaged Adam Larsson this past...
By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo)
When Patrick Roy was introduced earlier this week as the new head coach and vice president of hockey operations for the Colorado Avalanche, he did what the fiery former player has done before by grabbing the attention of his viewers.
He stated that the Avalanche would consider trading their first overall draft pick in this years NHL draft...
After being selected 4th overall by the New Jersey Devils in the 2011 NHL Entry Draft, Larsson immediately made the jump to the NHL with the Devils and had a pretty successful rookie campaign. While he showed glimpses and small spurts of the player he could one day become, he didn't even scratch the surface of his potential. In this article I take a look at why we can expect...
With the New Jersey Devils rumored to be searching for another top-6 forward to help replace some of the offense and other attributes Zach Parise brought to the table, a lot of rumors have been tossed around as to who that potential replacement may be. Here are some notes on who it won't be, and a closer look at Adam Larsson's rookie season.
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New Jersey Devils rookie defenseman Adam Larsson exited Thursday's game versus the Montreal Canadiens with a bruised lower back.
The fourth overall pick of the draft, Larsson was blasted by Montreal blue-liner P.K. Subban along the wall near the Canadiens's bench.
"I thought it was a clean hit," New Jersey coach Peter DeBoer said.
It was not immediately known...
New Jersey Devils rookie defenseman Adam Larsson rejoined the team Tuesday after missing two games to attend his grandmother's funeral in Sweden.
The Devils split the two games missed by Larsson, the No. 4 overall pick in this year's NHL draft.
The 19-year-old Larsson has two goals and 11 assists in 33 games this season. New Jersey will host Buffalo on Wednesday night.