In today’s NHL rumors rundown, the Vancouver Canucks and forward Elias Pettersson will likely land on a short-term bridge deal, the Buffalo Sabres are still negotiating Jack Eichels’ injury situation before allowing him to speak with other teams about a trade, and the New Jersey Devils are kicking tires on defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen. The Philadelphia
Twenty-four hours ago, I said rumor season was slowly picking up. Well, it’s since changed quite a bit. In the last cycle of NHL news, we’ve seen the New Jersey Devils connected to Buffalo Sabres defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen, who they may have interest in acquiring through a trade: Another Sabres note for you all: the
We’ve already looked at two potential players the New Jersey Devils could draft with the fourth overall pick in Brandt Clarke and Simon Edvinsson. Today, we’ll dive into defenseman Luke Hughes, the younger brother of Devils center Jack Hughes. Luke finished this season with 49 points in 56 games between the U.S. National U18 Team in the
The playoffs may still be ongoing, but that doesn’t mean the offseason rumor mill isn’t allowed to churn. On the latest edition of Saturday Headlines, Sportsnet’s Elliotte Friedman indicated that trade chatter has begun to pick up around St. Louis Blues defenseman Vince Dunn. Friedman also reported the Blues were trying to move Dunn earlier in the
The New Jersey Devils are obviously a young team, and that will usually result in young leadership. Ever since the trade of former head captain Andy Greene over a year ago, there was a lot of questions and speculation as to which Devils player would ultimately end up as the new leader of the organization.
With the NHL regular season almost over, and the New Jersey Devils‘ playoff chances pretty much nonexistent, it is certainly difficult to look for any potential bright spots that may have occurred during the course of their respective season. Also, with the recent trade of longtime Devils players Travis Zajac and Kyle Palmieri, the agony
It’s been a long road to get to this point, but we’ve finally reached the NHL Trade Deadline. The New Jersey Devils got things going on Wednesday, trading Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac to the New York Islanders for a package that included a 2021 first-round pick. That should be the biggest move the Devils carry out
In today’s NHL news and rumors, the developments coming out of Vancouver and for players who have tested positive for the COVID-virus are not good. Meanwhile, Kyle Palimieri’s stock is rising just ahead of the NHL Trade Deadline. The Calgary Flames are likely to become sellers after another loss and which forwards are the New
April has arrived, and the New Jersey Devils are seventh in the NHL East Division with a 13-16-6 record for 32 points. They’ve played one game in April so far, a 2-1 overtime loss to the Washington Capitals at home after a road trip, and are coming off a few losses and a shutout to
The 2020-21 National Hockey League season is a bit more than halfway over, and the New Jersey Devils stand seventh in the MassMutual East Division – 12 points ahead of the Buffalo Sabres and six points behind the Philadelphia Flyers. With 31 games played and 25 to go, the final push to the postseason is
Not much has gone right for the New Jersey Devils over the last three weeks. They have one regulation win over their 12 previous games, and that came against the Boston Bruins this past Sunday. But if there’s been a bright spot or two, it’s that some of their young players have given them a bit of
Jesper Bratt is back and that’s good news for the New Jersey Devils. First-year coach Lindy Ruff wasted no time inserting Bratt into his roster and giving him top-line minutes alongside Jack Hughes. His first game back, he didn’t score any points, but considering he hasn’t played since last season, he didn’t look particularly rusty.
After 10 months away, the New Jersey Devils returned to the ice to begin the 2020-21 season. They hosted the Boston Bruins in a two-game set at the Prudential Center and came away with three out of a possible four points (1-0-1). And given the strength of their opponent, coming away with three of four
It’s been a while since the New Jersey Devils have played competitive hockey. But that’ll change this week, as their regular season is set to begin on Jan. 14 against the Boston Bruins. That’ll mark the first time they play an NHL game in close to 10 months. A lot has changed for the Devils
It’s been quite a busy week for the New Jersey Devils. The regular season is less than a week away, and camp is in full gear as the team looks to prepare for meaningful games. While the roster is mostly set at this point, a familiar face returns for his second stint with the team.
On the final day of 2020, the New Jersey Devils held their first training camp to kick off their new season. Aside from the team trying to get back into the swing of things, training camp allows for the media to ask any questions to a respective player or coach. When sophomore year player, Jack
It happened. It finally happened. On late Friday night, the NHL and NHLPA tentatively agreed to a deal for a 56-game season set to begin on Jan. 13. That means games are only a few weeks away, with training camps getting underway just when the calendar flips to 2021. The start of the new season will have
The 2020-21 NHL season, whenever it gets underway, will mark the beginning of a new era for the New Jersey Devils. They’ll have a new general manager, a new head coach, and new faces on their roster. Think of it as a fresh start for a team that’s been at the bottom of the league for