The NHL has announced free agency will take place on Oct. 9, which is exactly three weeks away from today. The New Jersey Devils have not been big free-agent spenders since Lou Lamoriello was their general manager, and that probably won’t change this offseason.
Former Devils fan favorite Blake Coleman has a chance to win the Stanley Cup. The Tampa Bay Lightning scored a goal at 13:18 in overtime against the New York Islanders on Thursday night to complete a great series.
Photo by Joe Sargent/NHLI via Getty Images New Jersey made some hires and let some people go. We’re back with some Devils news as they announced the hiring of Mark Recchi to Lindy Ruff’s coaching staff.
The New Jersey Devils have drastically changed the plan from 2017, and one article makes that abundantly clear. Going through a bevy of New Jersey Devils content every day usually leads to some strange articles, but for this writer one article from back in 2017 drew a lot of interest.
Pros. Cons. Nasreddine. Indeed. | Photo by Dave Reginek/NHLI via Getty Images As Mark Recchi was being hired by the New Jersey Devils, word came out that Alain Nasreddine will be kept by the team as an assistant coach, a role he served the team since 2015.
The New Jersey Devils didn’t have a ton of on-ice success in 2019-20, but that doesn’t mean the future isn’t bright. After revealing his top 31 teams, the Devils came in second in Corey Pronman’s organizational ranking, which includes all players who are 22 years old or younger as of Sept.
The New Jersey Devils are hoping to get more from Miles Wood going forward. The New Jersey Devils have a lot of skilled forwards that are on the NHL roster and ones that are trying to come up through the ranks.
The New Jersey Devils have huge assets in their 1st-round picks. The New Jersey Devils are an extremely young team that’s likely going to get a lot younger throughout their organization this offseason.
Photo by Jeff Vinnick/NHLI via Getty Images Reilly Walsh recently signed with our New Jersey Devils after being drafted by the team in 2017. Today we look at whether he should be on the roster for 2020-21 or not.
Three committees have been formed to develop “action-oriented solutions that positively impact the access, opportunity, and experiences that underrepresented groups have in the game–and in the business–of hockey.”