New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 6/25/22
Nicholas Moldenhauer: 2022 NHL Draft Prospect Profile; A Versatile Forward With Playmaking Instincts
In today’s prospect profile, we will take a look at one of the most promising players out of the United States Hockey League, Nicholas Moldenhauer of the Chicago Steel. This versatile player can line up at either center or right wing.
The theme from yesterday continues as we look at a pair of pending UFAs who are currently still playing hockey this season. Today it is Colorado Avalanche forwards Valeri Nichushkin and Andre Burakovsky; would either be a fit for the New Jersey Devils?
As is tradition when the New Jersey Devils are not in the playoffs and requested by The People Who Matter, this is an open post for the 2022 Stanley Cup Finals at All About the Jersey. It’s Tampa Bay against Colorado. Watch, learn, enjoy, and discuss.
Today, we take a look at a pair of pending UFAs from the two-time (soon to be three-time?) Stanley Cup champion Tampa Bay Lightning in Ondrej Palat and Nicholas Paul. Do either of these forwards make sense for the Devils to pursue?
Elias Salomonsson was considered a sure first rounder last year, saw his stock drop significantly at the start of this year, and recovered back to first round territory. The defenseman has the offense, but his defense could hold him back
This may be a weak goalie draft, but that should not stop Tom Fitzgerald from continuing to deepen the goalie prospect pool.
Christian Kyrou is a smaller right-shot defenseman who is all about offense. He is a late-bloomer who still has a lot of work to do in his own end, but he could be a steal if slips to the later rounds of the draft.
Today, come check out a Canadian center who was a point producing force on a bad OHL team. On the move, he is dynamic, but how high will that get him in the draft?
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 6/17/22
With unrestricted free agency inching closer, we take a look at a pair of pending UFAs from the Rangers in Andrew Copp and Justin Braun. This post dives into why I think both players make sense as potential Devils targets, to varying degrees.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 6/15/22
In today’s prospect profile, we will take a look at Slovakian left wing Juraj Slafkovsky who has already emerged as a favorite prospect amongst the New Jersey Devils fanbase. Let’s get to know more about this prospect and why he could make a lot of sense for the Devils as they hold the 2nd overall selection.
Alexander Suzdalev is a Swedish winger with size and great vision to make plays with the puck. He also has some work to do to make his game complete enough to make it at the next level. Is he a project worth undertaking early on the second day of the draft?
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 6/13/22
Gleb Trikozov was a scoring machine for Omskie Yastreby of the MHL. He flashed a lot of talent that has some drooling over his potential, although some question his situation and effort. This post is a profile into the skilled forward.
Adam Sykora is considered one of the best defensive players in this year’s draft, and he has some interesting aspects to his game that could make him a first round pick
Skating? Check. Shot? Check. Physicality? Check. Personality? Check. This guy could be great.
Moving north from yesterday’s preview, today we take a look at two of the Carolina Hurricanes UFAs in Trocheck and Niederreiter. This post looks at why both are useful players, but I think the Devils would be better off looking elsewhere.
The Florida Panthers have two players in Mason Marchment and Ben Chiarot who are slated to hit unrestricted free agency this offseason. This post dives into why I have more interest in the former than the latter as a potential fit for the Devils.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 6/8/22
P.K. Subban made New Jersey Devils history this evening. Tonight, the NHL announced that he has won the King Clancy Trophy for his several off-ice charitable and community efforts. Subban is the first Devil to win this award.
Today we examine one of the top prospects in the 2022 NHL draft, right shot defenseman Simon Nemec. Nemec is a great all-around player, but is he worthy of the Devils 2nd overall pick?
Jordan Dumais: 2022 NHL Draft Prospect Profile: Diminutive Winger With Massive Points but Low Draft Grades
Today, we are profiling one of the more interesting cases in this draft class. By numbers alone, Dumais is a first round talent. But he is very small, and so is ranked much, much lower.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 6/6/22
Adam Ingram: 2022 NHL Draft Prospect Profile | A forward with a high-quality shot headed to the NCAA
Adam Ingram is a forward taking the unorthodox route for a Canadian prospect, going through the USHL and soon the NCAA. He can shoot the puck well and is capable of setting others up, too, but will need some time to polish his overall game.
In today’s profile, we take a look at the best prospect from Germany for this year’s draft, Julian Lutz. This post will take a look at his game and what his future could hold.
Lane Hutson is a very small defenseman who put up a large amount of points for the United States National Team Developmental Program and was a star at 2022 World Under-18 Championships. This post profiles what the defender does well despite his small stature.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 6/2/22
Jesper Bratt established himself as a core piece for the Devils in 2022-23 and will now have the opportunity to cash in as a RFA with arbitration rights. This post dives into why the Devils should take care of their young star winger with a lucrative long-term contract.
Here’s a guy you might want if you like defensively responsible centers with offensive flair.