Assuming there will be a 2020-21 season, one of the questions facing a New Jersey Devils team is what would success in 2020-21 look like for them. This post offers a suggested goal for the team after two straight miserable seasons.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 10/30/20
The 2019-20 campaign was rough for young New Jersey Devils center Jack Hughes, but with his natural skill set, there should be optimism surrounding him for 2020-21.
This is a statement and a call to action from All About the Jersey with respect to this community, the Devils fanbase at large, and the larger hockey community. Black lives matter, they matter in hockey, and we need to make that true.
We begin to unveil the players who didn’t make the Top 25 Under 25 and discuss the new faces behind the bench.
GM Tom Fitzgerald Has Had an Eventful Beginning to His Devils Tenure — What Do We Know About His Style Now?
He’s already made deadline deals, three 1st round picks, free agent acquisitions, and his footprint is already clearly made on the roster.
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After nearly two weeks of discussion and votes, the 2020 All About the Jersey Top 25 New Jersey Devils players Under 25 is completed. This post goes over the 27 players who missed the Top 25 List this year.
The Devils are in the process of rebuilding, and may move some players if they seem like they will be outplayed by prospects.
This morning, the New Jersey Devils announced that they hired Chris Taylor as an assistant coach and Dave Rogalski as a goaltending coach. This post goes over what Taylor and Rogalski did before being hired and notes that this likely completes Lindy Ruff’s coaching staff.
With multiple empty roster spots, the Devils will have a lot of players on the roster in 2021 who mostly played in Binghamton last season.
Earlier today, the New Jersey Devils signed left-handed veteran defenseman Dmitry Kulikov to a $1.15 million contract for one season. This post reacts to the deal, goes in depth about how Kulikov played for Winnipeg last season, and offers thoughts about the signing.
While the team has made some moves so far this offseason, with plenty of talent still unsigned (and some teams still tight against the salary cap) have we seen all of the moves the New Jersey Devils will make?
Which prospects have more to prove to remain in the Devils system?
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 10/21/20
This evening, CapFriendly broke the news that the New Jersey Devils re-signed forward Nick Merkley to a two-way contract for the 2020-21 season. This post is a reaction to the news and touches on how there is hope he can make the New Jersey roster in 2020-21.
The 2nd week of the 2020-21 prospect update was highlighted by Nick Merkley’s offensive outburst in Finland, Alexander Holtz and Jesper Boqvist keep being productive in Sweden, and Benjamin Baumgartner scoring a goal that was assisted by a legend.
Earlier today, the news broke that former New Jersey Devils and legendary hockey broadcaster Dr. Mike "Doc" Emrick is retiring. This post goes over his greatness, the praise he has received, and how he will be missed. Thank you, Doc.
With uncertainty in the hockey world for a full 2020-21 season, several young New Jersey Devils prospects will be up for a new contract in 2021. They have something to prove. This post lists who they are, what they did recently, and takes a guess as to their chances for getting one.
As the official new GM, Fitzgerald had a lot of options about how he wanted to attack the draft and free agency. From what I have seen, regardless of what you feel about the players he drafted or signed, he has gone about it the right way so far.
Cory Schneider, a once-great goalie who fell off hard in recent years, will leave behind a strange legacy in New Jersey. How will we remember his time in red and black?
Fitzgerald follows up a solid draft with a nice start to the free agency period.
In-between the pipes entering his 2nd year for the Binghamton Devils will be Gilles Senn alongside veteran Scott Wedgewood, as he returns to the organization that drafted him back in 2010
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 10/14/20
The first prospect update of the 2020-21 season is finally here! This update will go over the prospects that are already in action and introduce all of the prospects that we will be tracking this season. This also includes players that are out on loan to European clubs as they await the start of the NHL and AHL seasons.
After drafting eight players last week, the New Jersey Devils now have 52 players in the organization under the age of 25. This means the ninth annual All About the Jersey Top 25 Under 25 list is the biggest one yet. Read on to see who is available and how you can vote in your rankings as part of the final list.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 10/12/20
Goaltender Scott Wedgewood started his career in the New Jersey Devils system and he is back. As per John Matisz, Wedgewood reportedly signed a one-season, two-way contract with the Devils. This post is a quick reaction to the news and gives an overview of Wedgewood’s career so far.