Ryan Novozinsky of NJ.com has reported from a source that MSG Network will hire Bill Spaulding to be the new play by play announcer for Devils games. This post goes over what Spaulding has done as a broadcaster and a quick take.
The last RFA for the New Jersey Devils to sign this season has been signed. The Devils announced that winger Fabian Zetterlund has been re-signed for a one-season two-way contract. This post goes over the details and what Zetterlund’s situation going into this year’s camp.
While the Devils managed to improve at every position this offseason, the goaltending position is still a big question mark. If the tandem of Vanecek and Blackwood fail to provide better support than last season, we could be looking at major front office changes.
Defenseman Luke Hughes (USA) and Right Wing Petr Hauser (Czechia) will represent the New Jersey Devils at the rescheduled 2022 World Junior Championship. The tournament starts today in Edmonton.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 8/10/22
The Devils wrapped up their offseason business.
How long must a team suffer? How long has a team suffered? This is the third of several posts looking into the playoff droughts of 30 of the 32 active NHL franchises to figure out what went wrong and how it ended. This post covers Dallas, Detroit, Edmonton, Florida, and Los Angeles.
How long must a team suffer? How long has a team suffered? This is the second of several posts looking into the playoff droughts of 30 of the 32 active NHL franchises to figure out what went wrong and how it ended. This post covers Calgary, Carolina, Chicago, Colorado, and Columbus.
The New Jersey Devils avoided their last remaining arbitration hearing by signing Miles Wood to a one season contract worth $3.2 million. It is very much a prove-your-worth deal. This post is a reaction to the news.
The New Jersey Devils Have Limited Remaining Salary Cap Flexibility This Summer, but Will Still Have it in the Future
With roughly $3 million in cap space and at least one more NHL deal to be signed, the New Jersey Devils will be close to or at the maximum salary cap to start the 2022-23 season. They are still however in a favorable spot going forward, as we will discuss today.
The Devils are far from a lock to be a playoff team this season. Therefore, today I take a look at which of the plethora of 2022-23 free agents could be dealt come the trade deadline.
No Arbitration Hearing After All: New Jersey Devils Re-Sign Jesper Bratt for 1 Season at $5.45 Million
The New Jersey Devils and Jesper Bratt were supposed to have an arbitration hearing this morning. However, that did not happen as the team announced they signed Bratt to a one season contract. This post is a quick reaction to the news.
The New Jersey Devils will avoid one of their two player-filed arbitration hearings. The team announced that Tyce Thompson signed a two-season contract at the NHL minimum. This post is a quick reaction to the news for a player yet to have a full season in pro hockey.
It’s time for the eleventh annual All About the Jersey Top 25 Under 25 list. This year’s list features 49 players under the age of 25 in the organization. Keep reading to see who is available and how to vote in your rankings to contribute to the final list.
The Devils have had a fairly solid offseason so far, upgrading various positions across the roster and positioning themselves to perhaps finally make good on some of that promise we’re always hearing about. It’s hard to shake the now-perpetual feeling that an inevitable faceplant is on the way once the games begin, though.
How long must a team suffer? How long has a team suffered? This is the first of several posts looking into the playoff droughts of 30 of the 32 active NHL franchises to figure out what went wrong. This post covers the New Jersey Devils, Anaheim, Arizona, Boston, and Buffalo.
Forwards on teams can take on many different roles. However, oftentimes those can blend together, so stats end up looking similar among many different players. For McLeod and Bastian, however, they have a pretty unique situation on this team.
Today, the New Jersey Devils addressed one of their offseason needs by hiring former Las Vegas assistant coach Ryan McGill. This post goes over his experience and how the Golden Knights did defensively to get a sense of how good he may be for New Jersey.
As an opposite to the Devils Killers post, this post looks at whom the New Jersey Devils have done well against from 2015-16 to 2021-22. Opposition splits by notable Devils are provided to see who they have done damage to the most.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 7/29/2022
For most of the Shero and Fitzgerald eras, the Devils blueline has been a big weakness and I can’t recall a year where the group was anything more than average. With his moves in the last couple offseasons however, Fitzgerald has made the Devils defense group into a strength of the team moving forward.
The Devils made some nice moves this week.
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 7/27/2022
The New Jersey Devils announced that defenseman Jonas Siegenthaler has signed a five-season extension worth just $17 million. This post is a reaction to a fantastic, team-friendly contract extension for a defensively-adept player.
Today’s post will take a look at two of the New Jersey Devils’ goaltending prospects, Cole Brady and Jakub Malek. It will focus on their decisions to join new teams ahead of the 2022-23 season and examine how this could impact their development.
The Devils are unlikely to have much issue with the cap in this coming season, but how are things looking beyond 2023, now that they have a lot of money sunk into the core?
New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 7/25/22
Oliver Bjorkstrand was seemingly the face of a Columbus Blue Jackets team that has given the New Jersey Devils fits for years. In honor of him going to Seattle, this post looks at who has done the most damage against Our Favorite Team since 2015.
The New Jersey Devils announced this afternoon that Jesper Boqvist accepted his qualifying offer. This means he is re-signed to a one season, two-way contract. This post goes over Boqvist’s season in general and what the deal means.
The 2021-22 New Jersey Devils missed the playoffs by 37 points last season. Has any NHL team actually improved by at least 30 points in the following season? This post provides an answer with the biggest turnaround in Devils history, an even bigger one by a divisional opponent, and what can we learn from both.