While much of the NCAA prospect news has been on the stellar start to Seamus Casey’s season, he is not the only Devil in the NCAA averaging over a pt/g. This post updates on Casey and the other collegiate Devils prospects.
Filmon is having another strong season. This post updates his encouraging start and all the other Juniors prospects in the Devils system.
Arseni Gritsyuk has turned his season around quickly. This posts updates on the young Russian’s strong play and all of the other Devils prospects skating across Europe.
The NCAA season has started. This post updates on where everyone is at to start the season.
With little else to update until the rest of the prospects get further along in their seasons, all the focus is on Lenni Hameenaho with seven points (six goals) in his first eight games.
The 2023-24 season has kicked off all across Europe. This post takes an early look at their seasons and unveils a slight change to the format.
Flyers 2015 seventh round draft pick goaltender Ivan Fedotov signed an entry level contract back in 2022. Since then, he has been detained for military service, signed a contract with CSKA Moscow, and played for them despite an IIHF suspension. This saga impacts the Devils, the NHL, and the international hockey landscape.
This week we reveal the second group of five on this year’s list: a goalie, three forwards and a defenseman. One player has played games for the Devils before. Another is making his debut on this last as a pick in this year’s draft.
The first five reveals of the 2023 AATJ Top 25 New Jersey Devils Under 25 list are finally here. This post reveals which players took the last five spots in this year’s list and welcomes a few new faces to the Top 25.
After a series of trades, some graduations and a new draft, there has been some turnover in the prospect pool. This post looks at building a team out of who remains.
Mikhail Gulyayev: 2023 NHL Draft Prospect Profile; An undersized Russian defenseman with first round talent
Every draft has risers and fallers for one reason or another. Could Mikhail Gulyayev be one of the fallers this year? This post explains why that might be.
New Jersey Devils Prospect Update: Stillman’s season ends, Gritsyuk to SKA and other Devils Prospect news
Chase Stillman and the Peterborough Petes ended their Memorial Cup run in the semi-finals in a 4-1 loss to the Seattle Thunderbirds. This post recaps Stillman’s post-season and updates on other prospect news.
As is tradition when the New Jersey Devils are not in the playoffs, this is an open post for all 2023 Stanley Cup Playoff discussion at All About the Jersey. This also includes discussion of the 2023 IIHF World Championships.
The Utica Comets season has ended. Topias Vilen makes his AHL debut. Chase Stillman plays for the OHL Championship. It’s been a busy postseason for Devils prospects.
The New Jersey Devils prospects continue into their respective postseasons. The Utica Comets tied up the Marlies in their series; Pelicans lost their finals; the Petes are playing; and Arseni Gritsyuk may be out at Omsk. Learn about what the prospects are doing in this weekly update.
Luke Hughes is a Devil. This post recaps that glorious news, what it means for the prospect pool, and provides a final update for the Devils prospects in the CHL.
Most of Europe is in the post-season. This post updates the progress of the Devils prospects playing in Europe and their status in their respective playoffs.
The end of the NCAA hockey season is upon us. This post provides the final stats for the season and updates on the post-seasons for the Devils prospects in the NCAA.
After a slow start, Jakub Malek has turned his season around in the Liiga. This post highlights Malek, goes over the prospect fallout from the Timo Meier trade and updates on the end of the KHL regular season and the other Devils prospects playing in Europe.
The trade deadline is nearly upon us. This week the New Jersey Devils Prospect Review looks at players who could be on the move.
Devils Assistant GM Dan MacKinnon recently confirmed the worst-kept secret in hockey — Luke Hughes is coming to New Jersey after his season ends in Michigan. This post celebrates that news and updates on the other Devils prospects in the NCAA.
After a slow start, Arseni Gritsyuk has returned to his scoring ways that made him the KHL Rookie of the Year last season. This pots highlights Gritsyuk’s turnaround and updates on the other Devils prospects playing in Europe.
After a double-hattrick, 2022 6th Round pick Josh Filmon is getting his share of looks in a WHL season dominated in the press by future superstar Connor Bedard. This post highlights Filmon’s breakout season and updates on the other Devils prospects in the CHL.
The World Juniors now over, this post looks at seven takeaways for Devils fans and the team’s prospects who competed in Canada.
As we ring in a new year, we look look at the prospects in the Devils system and put together a team of them. For fun.
New Jersey Devils prospects Luke Hughes, Simon Nemec, Seamus Casey, Topias Vilen, and Petr Hauser will represent their nations at the 2023 World Junior Championships, which starts today. This post is an open one for fans to discuss the tournament as it happens.
The World Juniors are under way. This post spotlights the five Devils prospects playing in the tournament and highlights their international careers.
After a somewhat uneventful two years with the Huskies, center Artem Shlaine has seemingly found his game since transferring to the Northern Michigan Wildcats this year. This posts spotlights Shlaine and updates on the other Devils prospects playing in the NCAA.
After scoring zero goals last season, former fifth round pick Topias Vilen is now amongst the goal-scoring leaders for a defenseman in the SM-Liiga. This posts spotlights Vilen’s encouraging development and provides updates on the other Devils prospects playing in Europe.
Zakhar Bardakov seems to be picking up where he left off before his injury. This post spotlights Bardakov, provides updates on the other Devils European prospects and introduces you, the People Who Matter, to your new prospect writer — me.
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.