All About the Jersey has been putting together Top 25 New Jersey Devils Under 25 lists since 2012. 153 different players have been ranked over the years. This post goes into how many of them have made it, given a definition of what making it means.
Although nothing official as of yet from the parent club regarding the AHL affiliation in Binghamton as it appears it has come to an end between the two Cities with a dispute over money
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In this edition of the Bites, I go over the Binghamton Devils steady climb on the powerplay plus a special guest returns for the very first time this season with potential prospects
Evan Cormier nearly pulled it off with an eye-opening 48 save performance, but the Binghamton Devils falter in a 3-2 OT loss to the Hershey Bears on Sunday
Down by three late in the middle frame, a TO was called by the BDevils and they respond with five unanswered goals to defeat the Bears 6-5 and put an end to 8 game losing streak
Covid-19 reared its ugly head once again in Newark as play was called after 20 minutes with both clubs scoring a goal
With all games happening in Newark this shortened season, could this affect the Devils’ Organization in the long run? Plus, I talk about the current progress of a certain rookie on the blueline, Nikita Okhotiuk
Not a favorable outcome as the Binghamton Devils fell short once again in the latest set-back by a score of 3-0
A second look in a Profile Series dating back to last season, an update of sorts with the progress within the crease regarding Swiss native Gilles Senn
Lehigh Valley Phantoms came out flying in the opening period that cleared a path to a shutout victory in what turned out to be an ugly loss for the BDevils
A little out of sorts with all that has been involved, but here are the current list of players in the line-up for the BDevils
BDevils rallied back from a two-goal deficit in the second period that aided their progress into overtime only to lose in a shootout to the Comets
Another game, another comeback victory as the Binghamton Devils defeated the visiting Lehigh Valley Phantoms by a score of 2-1 in overtime making it two consecutive wins in a row
Trailing by two goals in the third, the BDevils storm back with three unanswered for the comeback victory in OT over the Pens
More COVID-19 related issues impacted the New Jersey Devils organization. The Binghamton Devils had their weekend games re-scheduled due to staff members in AHL protocol and the New Jersey list is up to 17 players now.
In order to be roster compliant by Tuesday’s 5 PM deadline, New Jersey Devils placed Nick Merkley, Josh Jacobs, Colton White, Brandon Gignac, and Ben Street on waivers today for future assignment. This post reacts to the news and notes who was notably not on waivers.
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.
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.
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
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.
This evening, the New Jersey Devils traded prospect right winger Joey Anderson to the Toronto Maple Leafs for left winger Andreas Johnsson. This post is a reaction to the trade, explains how Johnsson was used in Toronto and how useful he can be, and why it is a good deal for the Devils.
The first three signings by full-time GM Tom Fitzgerald have been announced. The New Jersey Devils re-signed Brett Seney, Josh Jacobs, and Ben Street each to a one-season, two-way contract. This post reacts to the news, which is positive news as it keeps a core in Binghamton together.
Recent announcements concerning prospects on loan shows commitment from the NJ Devils and it’s players that could make an impact soon
The now-24-year-old Merrimack product led the Binghamton Devils in scoring last season, does he have anything to offer in the NHL or is he destined to be a AHL/NHL tweener?