CAM JANSSEN RUMORS & GOSSIP
The New Jersey Devils were active on the waiver wire today as they have placed veteran tough-guy Cam Janssen on waivers, according to Darren Dreger of TSN.
No announcement has been made but I assume the Devils do this with the intention of sending Janssen to Albany if and when he clears waivers.
My guess is the Devils feel they have enough toughness on the big club with David...
After knocking off the Flyers 3-0 last night at The Rock, the over-all feeling about this team was a good feeling. I thought they put in a great effort, did some good things and stuck up for one another. That isn’t to say that there are things to work on because there are ALWAYS things that need a little work. Then I started thinking about Cam Janssen and I am just confused...
CHESTERFIELD, Mo. -- The NHL remains locked out. Saturday, Cam Janssen was locked in to fighting Hurricane Sandy.
Two weeks of whirlwind planning led to this gem: After a 9-8 victory by his "Team Black" over "Team White," Janssen stood before a capacity crowd at the Hardee's Iceplex with gratitude. His "Cam Janssen Fights Sandy -- Hockey Helps Rebuild...
I’ve been listening to Cam Janssen’s radio interview and reading responses and reactions for most of the day, and since I have a minute to sit down outside of a work, I want to throw my two-cents into the ring.
It’s pretty easy to sum up what Janssen said: idiotic. I don’t personally known Janssen and how he acts on and off the ice, but he certainly did himself no justice...
Cam Janssen doesn't have much of a filter, so when he appears on uncensored Internet radio, fasten your seatbelt. The Devils tough guy appeared on the Thom and Jeff Show -- formerly on 105.7 The Point in St. Louis, now on the Internet -- to discuss a number of topics, including New Jersey's Stanley Cup loss to the Los Angeles Kings. The physical winger was very candid to...
Cam kind of has a lot to apologize for, really.
Cam Janssen needed to apologize for his comments on the Thom and Jeff Show. They were terribly unprofessional, and as I was explaining to someone on Twitter last night, when you're the representative of multi-million dollar businesses like the Devils and the NHL, you need to remember that everywhere you go. This, more so than...
New Jersey Devils enforcer Cam Janssen has apologized for a profanity-laced interview in which he made several comments, including one about homosexuals.
Janssen, who re-signed with the Devils this offseason but rarely played during the postseason, issued his apology through the team Friday morning. He participated in an internet-based radio show earlier in the week and said he...
Via AP on Fox
July 13, 2012
A few days ago New Jersey Devils tough guy, Cam Janssen, went on an uncensored radio show and said some things he undoubtedly now regrets. He went along with an anti-gay slur the host made, and also called the Los Angeles Kings the "fat broads of the NHL".
Here is a statement Cam just released courtesy of the Devils PR team:
"Earlier this week, I participated...
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Earlier this week former Blues forward Cam Janssen appeared on St. Louis radio. Hardly unusual given that the current New Jersey Devils tough guy is from Eureka, MO -- which is a relatively short ride down I-44 from the city -- and trains back home during the...
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I'm pretty sure that New Jersey Devils right winger Cam Janssen would prefer that we would forget about this check gone wrong.
Sadly however, once the Internet gets ahold of something, it doesn't let go:
(Courtesy of Bob's Blitz)