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JACOB JOSEFSON RUMORS

Devils sign restricted free agent Jacob Josefson

Devils forward Jacob Josefson, a restricted free agent, has agreed to a new contract that will be finalized Tuesday. General manager Lou Lamoriello said there was nothing new regarding RFA Eric Gelinas or unrestricted free agent Ryan Carter. Both remain unsigned. Center Alexander Kerfoot, the Devils' sixth selection (150th overall) in the 2012 NHL entry draft, is not attending...
Via Pro Sports Daily
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Todd Cordell: New Jersey Devils Sign Jacob Josefson To One-Year Extension

You can follow Todd on Twitter @ToddCordell! Lou Lamoriello can check another item off his to-do list. The New Jersey Devils have signed center Jacob Josefson to a one-year extension worth $725K, as per TSN. Josefson, 22, has 22 points in 91 career NHL games. He scored once and recored three points in 22 games last season playing in a limited offensive role. Despite his...
Via HockeyBuzz
July 18, 2013  |  Discuss

Josefson in for Sykora in Game 4

The New Jersey Devils are making a lineup change for Game 4 of their Eastern Conference finals against the New York Rangers. Coach Peter DeBoer says center Jacob Josefson will play in the game at the Prudential Center on Monday night and veteran Petr Sykora will sit for the first time this season. Josefson has been sidelined since breaking his left wrist in a game against the Islanders...
Via Fox Sports
May 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Will Jacob Josefson make an impact in his return tonight for the New Jersey Devils?

New Jersey Devils coach Pete DeBoer is going with speed over experience with handing Jacob Josefson the start over Petr Sykora. Suffering from a wrist injury since early April, the Devils coach is hoping Josefson can makeup for where Sykora has been lacking. And that lacking is everything offensive with no goals or assists and just three shots in goal in the series...
Via centericechat.com
May 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Josefson Back in for Devils Tonight

DeBoer confirms that Sykora is out and Josefson is in tonight.— Tom Gulitti (@TGfireandice) May 21, 2012 The 21-year old Josefson, who had 2g, 7a in 41 games this season, hasn't played since fracturing his left wrist against the Islanders on April 3.According to NHL.com, Josefson will likely center the Devils third line between Alexei Ponikarovsky and David Clarkson.Devils...
Via NY Rangers Blog
May 21, 2012  |  Discuss

Todd Cordell: Devils hoping for a Tallinder, Josefson return + other notes

The New Jersey Devils are apparently making use of the extra day off before tomorrow's game against the New York Rangers as they were/are scheduled to practice this afternoon. Here are some Devils related notes as they prepare for Game 3. - Jacob Josefson is reportedly skating today and has over the past few days, which is a good sign as he continues to recover from his fractured...
Via HockeyBuzz
May 18, 2012  |  Discuss

Devils' Josefson breaks left wrist

New Jersey Devils center Jacob Josefson will be sidelined 4-to-6 weeks after breaking his left wrist in a game against the New York Islanders. It wasn't immediately clear when Josefson was hurt during Tuesday night's game. He played six shifts in the first period and two more in the second, but didn't return to the ice for the third. The Devils, who will begin the Stanley...
Via AP on Fox
April 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Devils C Josefson fractures left wrist, out 4-6 weeks

New Jersey Devils center Jacob Josefson suffered a fractured left wrist during the first period of Tuesday's game against the Atlantic Division rival New York Islanders. Josefson is expected to miss four to six weeks with the injury, the team announced on its Twitter feed. The 20th overall pick of the 2009 draft, Josefson collected two goals, seven assists and six penalty minutes...
Via Pro Sports Daily
April 03, 2012  |  Discuss

Todd Cordell: Josefson to be sent to Albany, Merrill reinstated by Michigan, other notes

Though the Devils didn't play yesterday and don't play tonight, it has been quite busy around the Devils organization over the past couple days. Here are some thoughts/notes on what has gone on. - Jacob Josefson appears to be fully recovered from his injury and ready to go; however, it is unlikely that he will join the Devils and play with the team right away. Devils beat...
Via HockeyBuzz
January 09, 2012  |  Discuss

Todd Cordell: Jacob Josefson practicing with Devils, Kovy solid in 3-1 win, other notes

I didn't see the game yesterday afternoon; however, based on the highlights I saw, what writers and fans have told me, and what I've seen the past few games I've managed to put together a few thoughts. Here are those thoughts as well as some other notes. - According to the Devils beat writers Jacob Josefson, who has missed all but five games this season with a broken...
Via HockeyBuzz
January 01, 2012  |  Discuss
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