When I woke up this morning, I thought it was all a dream. Unfortunately, I realized it wasn’t when I looked down and found the Blake Coleman picture I clutched in my grasp as I cried myself to sleep last night.
What Happened? Yesterday was an emotional day for New Jersey Devils’ fans. First, you had the somewhat unexpected trade of Andy Greene. People felt sentimental about the captain leaving, but the trade partner being former New Jersey Devils’ general manager Lou Lamoriello was hardly surprising.
Game Summary After both Andy Greene and Blake Coleman got traded away, the Devils got off to a rocky start in their game against the Blue Jackets. In what has started to become a trend against New Jersey, Andrew Peeke scored his first NHL goal just two and a half minutes into the game.
With two big trades on Sunday, the New Jersey Devils potentially raised a lot more questions than they did provide answers. The one thing everyone knows now is that the Devils are serious about a rebuild.
The New Jersey Devils were given yet another makeover on Sunday as two popular pieces are on the move while the team played in the process. The New Jersey Devils and their fans have been through a lot this season.
Get well soon, Sami. There may be other teams also wishing you well with your ankle injury. | Photo by Jim McIsaac/Getty Images The 2020 NHL Trade Deadline is on February 24, 2020, which is now a week away.
The New Jersey Devils are trading away a lot of the veterans on the team. It appears that the plan is to completely build around the young guys. The New Jersey Devils made some tough decisions on Sunday afternoon.
The New Jersey Devils wasted no time getting the trade market flowing on Sunday afternoon. It started with them sending defenseman Andy Greene to the New York Islanders for a 2021 second-round pick and prospect David Quenneville.
Today was a huge day in the direction of the New Jersey Devils under the rule of Tom “Trade God” Fitzgerald (credit to @dockelley41). There were many articles written about the amazing returns the New Jersey Devils received for fan favorite Blake Coleman and our captain Andy Greene.
While Nolan Foote sticks out as the most impressive piece heading to the Devils, it is worth noting that New Jersey now has three first-round picks in June: its own, the Arizona Coyotes’ pick from the Taylor Hall trade and now Vancouver’s pick via Tampa.