The New Jersey Devils have brought back a familiar face, signing Rod Pelley to a one year, two way contract. While playing with New Jersey’s AHL affiliate, the Lowell Devils in the 2008–09 season, Pelley contributed 38 points in 75 games. On December 12, 2011, Pelley, along with Mark Fraser and a 2012 7th round draft pick, was traded to the Anaheim Ducks in exchange for Kurtis [...]
Rod Pelley and Kyle Palmieri also contribute goals at Honda Center, and Lubomir Visnovsky returns from injury.The Ducks managed to climb out of the NHL basement after landing there with a resounding thud a day earlier.
Rod Pelley and Kyle Palmieri also contribute goals at Honda Center, and Lubomir Visnovsky returns from injury.Rod Pelley and Kyle Palmieri also contribute goals at Honda Center, and Lubomir Visnovsky returns from injury.
By Matt Vevoda
Within a matter of moments yesterday, Rod Pelley and Mark Fraser saw their day get turned upside down when they were notified they had been traded by New Jersey to the Ducks.
Just because there are no Ducks games until Wednesday does not mean that Anaheim is spending time sleeping. In a move that should come as no surprise, the Ducks traded away defenseman Kurtis Foster and minor league goaltender Timo Pielmeier to the New Jersey Devils. Foster had spent a good chunk of time as a healthy scratch after recovering from surgery to remove a wire from...
The Ducks have acquired center Rod Pelley, defenseman Mark Fraser and a seventh-round selection in the 2012 NHL Entry Draft from the New Jersey Devils in exchange for defenseman Kurtis Foster and goaltender Timo Pielmeier.
Pelley, 27 (9/1/84), ...
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The Devils announced that the have waived defenseman Mark Fraser and forward Rod Pelley. There isn't much more to say than "bye bye." Part of me wonders if the Rangers will pick them up. It seems like that's where a lot of our rejects go to die. Isn't that right Mr. Stralman??