This morning, the NHL, NHLPA, and IIHF announced that NHL players can participate in the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, China. This post reacts to the news, the memo sent to the players, a summary of the qualifying games, and includes an early preview of the event.
Signs are showing that the NHL expects to pause for the 2022 Winter Olympics next February. Thus, assuming the NHL does participate, this post is a very early projection of which New Jersey Devils players could go to Beijing and who could represent America in men’s ice hockey.
This morning in New Jersey and this late afternoon in Riga, the 2021 IIHF World Championships begin. Six players in the New Jersey Devils organization will represent their nations in this year’s tourney from Nico Hischier to Matt Hellickson. Fans can discuss all of the action from the WCs here in this open post.
Merry Christmas and the start of the 2021 IIHF World Junior Championships. This year’s tourney features six New Jersey Devils prospects: Dawson Mercer, Patrick Moynihan, Shakir Mukhamadullin, Arseni Gritsyuk, Alexander Holtz, and Jaromir Pytlik. This is a WJC preview and an open post for Devils fans to discuss this year’s tourney as it happens.
The recent CBA extension ratified by the NHLPA and NHL will allow NHL players to compete in the 2022 and 2026 Winter Olympics. Today’s post will take a look at which players could potentially represent the New Jersey Devils in the Olympic games.
The 2020 IIHF World Junior Championships are the premier under-20 hockey tournament every year. The international tournament features for New Jersey Devils prospects: Ty Smith, Kevin Bahl, Nikola Pasic, Daniil Misyul, and Akira Schimd. This is an open post to discuss this year’s tourney as it happens.
Tomorrow starts the 2020 IIHF World Junior Championships, the best under-20 hockey tournament in the world. New Jersey Devils prospects Ty Smith, Kevin Bahl, Nikola Pasic, Daniil Misyul, and Akira Schmid will be there; a handful of potential players for the 2020 draft; and exciting hockey are reasons enough for the Devils fan to pay attention the 2020 WJCs.
The 2019 IIHF World Championship concluded earlier today with Finland beating Canada for the Gold Medal. Six players in the New Jersey Devils organization participated in the annual tournament. This post summarizes what each of them and their team did this year.
Members of the New Jersey Devils, Binghamton Devils, and a Devils prospect will all participate in the 2019 IIHF World Championship in Slovakia. This open post also includes overview of how the tourney works, which Devils are involved, and highlights two potential Devils who will also play.
The 2019 IIHF World Junior Championships are the premier under-20 hockey tournament of this hockey season. The international tournament features for New Jersey Devils prospects: Ty Smith, Fabian Zetterlund, Aarne Talvitie, and Akira Schimd. This is an open post to discuss the whole tourney as it happens.
Tomorrow starts the 2019 IIHF World Junior Championships, the best under-20 hockey tournament in the world. New Jersey Devils prospects Ty Smith, Fabian Zetterlund, Aarne Talvitie, and Akira Schmid will be there; a handful of potential players for the 2019 draft; and exciting hockey are reason enough for the Devils fan to pay attention the 2019 WJCs.
Bern, Switzerland is the place where the preseason will end for the New Jersey Devils. In Nico Hischier’s (and Mirco Mueller’s) return to their country, they will play SC Bern. After this, all of the games will count. This post is a place where fans can discuss the game as it happens.
Today begins the 2018 IIHF World Championships and there will be six players from the New Jersey Devils organization playing: four regulars with the United States and a regular plus a prospect with Switzerland. Learn about it and discuss the WC’s in this post.
Two days before the 2017 World Junior Championships, the American and Russian teams announced their roster. Devils prospects Joey Anderson and Yegor Rykov both made their respective nation’s squads.
The 2017 World Juniors Championship is less than two weeks away. Two Devils prospects made Canada’s stacked roster: Michael McLeod and Blake Speers.
All eight World Cup of Hockey rosters have been released today and no other New Jersey Devils have been named. Only Cory Schneider (Team USA) will go to the tournament. This news post is a reaction to that realization.
The 2016 IIHF World Junior Championships begin tomorrow. This post is an overview of what the tournament is, how to watch it, what N.J. Devils prospects are involved, and some other tidbits about other teams. Readers can discuss the games here.
There will only be one New Jersey Devils prospect at the 2015 World Junior Championships. It is not Steve Santini as the defenseman was not healthy in time. Believe it or not, it will be the prep school forward Miles Wood, who made Team USA.
Four New Jersey Devils players will be heading to Sochi in February to play in the 2014 Winter Olympics: Jaromir Jagr, Patrik Elias, Marek Zidlicky, and Damien Brunner. All four will be important players and this post touches on where they're at now.
Andy Greene was not even considered by USA Hockey so despite being great for multiple seasons, he could not have been picked to go to the Winter Olympics in Sochi. He's not the only defenseman who was snubbed either by decision or by consideration.