New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 4/17/19
Tonight, CapFriendly broke the news that the New Jersey Devils signed goaltender Gilles Senn to an entry level contract. This post goes over the news and how it impacts the Devils current depth at the goaltender position.
Week 27 of the 2018-19 prospect update saw a trio of Devils prospects move on in the CHL playoffs and 2 more prospects see their season’s end as we near the end of the 2018-19 hockey prospect season.
The final quarter of the BDevils’ season wasn’t a kind one as the team sunk to new lows over the course of the last 19 games
In this follow up from mid-December, this post looks at how the 2018-19 New Jersey Devils performed against Sean Tierney’s expected goals model. Learn how much Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac beat it and how little was expected of the team.
Binghamton still cannot resolve WB/Scranton as another game in the loss column took place on Sunday
The New Jersey Devils are on the clock with the first overall selection in the 2019 NHL Draft. But there is more to it than just picking Jack Hughes and calling it a day. This post is an early guide for all Devils fans that explain what it is, how it works, what to expect in the draft, and what resources are available for looking into prospects.
Cam Johnson injured in the OT period as the Laval Rocket escape with the victory spoiling the outcome in what was an entertaining night of hockey at The Floyd
The Devils had some players who showed very well at the end of the 2018-19 season, but they should be very careful about expecting those players to replicate that success heading into 2019-20.
With the New Jersey Devils having won the draft lottery for the second time in three years, does an incoming young player make anyone on the current roster available to bolster the lineup elsewhere?
On-Ice metrics have come a long way since 2008. I give a brief history of the road they’ve taken, what they mean, and how Devils have performed thus far in them
After a terrible 2018-19 season that ended with a 29th place finish, the New Jersey Devils beat the odds and the New York Rangers to win the 2019 NHL Draft Lottery! Let’s celebrate the Devils’ second first overall selection in a row from lottery drawings.