A lot of projections heading into the 2018-19 season have the Devils taking a step back from last year’s playoff run. The hope is that the Devils will again exceed expectations from the broader hockey world, but if they do stumble, what does that mean for the rebuild?
One of the more intriguing New Jersey Devils role players is Stefan Noesen. Having reached career highs in goals, assists and games played last season, today we look at if he will max out at his current level.
Season ticket holders of the New Jersey Devils have begun to receive their boxes for the 2018-19 season. This post is filled with pictures of the outside and the goods inside of the box.
With Deb Placey moving on MSG have found a replacement in Erika Wachter
The Devils best two players are former first round picks. One has already ascended to MVP status, but how did their rookie seasons compare? Could Nico’s ceiling be even higher than Hall’s?
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 9/12/18
It’s time for the fourth installment to our 2018 AATJ top 25 New Jersey Devils players under the age of 25 series. This group of five represents the middle of the pack and includes four forwards and a defenseman.
Training camp begins this week for the New Jersey Devils and the rest of the NHL. With camp comes hopes and expectations, and so this post highlight five (technically, six) players to focus on in camp as they have something to prove or a role to earn on the 2018-19 lineup.
As training camp and preseason are imminent, this post looks at who in the New Jersey Devils organization are eligible and ineligible for waivers in 2018-19 with the help of CapFriendly’s Waiver Calculator. This does have an impact on the defense.
In their second game of the 2018 Prospect Challenge, the New Jersey Devils prospects slammed the Pittsburgh Penguins prospects in a 6-2 win led by a 5-goal second period. This recap summarizes a game that was broadcasted to nobody outside the rink.
With season predictions coming out now, many are down on the Devils this year. To combat that a little bit, I wanted to go with a positive prediction for the Devils today, and discuss an area where I think they can improve on.
Despite not being available to all fans, the New Jersey Devils propspects engaged in and lost a wild 4-6 game to the Buffalo Sabres prospects. This recap goes over what happened in the game and provides thoughts on who did and did not look good.
Drew Stafford will be returning to the New Jersey Devils on a Professional Tryout agreement. This means he will be with the team in training camp and preseason, competing for a contract. This post is a quick reaction to the news and why the Devils would want him back at all.
Just a couple seasons ago, Cory Schneider was regarded as one of the few strengths this team had. After a couple of down campaigns plagued by nagging injuries, expectations have shifted greatly for #35. After offseason surgery, though, can a healthy Schneider return to being one of the engines powering the Devils in 2018-19?