Prospects - Devils & Otherwise
This post will take a look at how the Utica Comets are shaping up for the 2021-22 AHL season. It will focus on what personnel changes have occurred for both the coaching staff and players as well as take a look at how the roster is shaping up for various prospects.
The New Jersey Devils cut four more players from camp today: Chase Stillman, Nate Schnarr, Robbie Russo, and Brian Flynn. The Devils also claimed Mason Geertsen, a large minor league skater from waivers.
In today’s post, I will take a look at four New Jersey Devils goaltending prospects. I’ll look back on what they have already done in their short careers and what the future could hold for them.
It is finally time to release the Top 5 of the 2021 AATJ Top 25 Devils Under 25. This group includes four forwards and a defenseman. All of these players are current contributors to New Jersey.
Ahead of the 2021 Prospects Challenge game against Buffalo tomorrow, the New Jersey Devils announced their 2021 Prospects Challenge roster this morning. The 23-man roster features 13 Devils prospects, 5 AHL signed players, and 2 try out players.
Which New Jersey Devils Rookies Have the Best Shot At Winning A Roster Spot With A Strong Training Camp?
Training Camp begins today for the rookies. There are a handful of young players fighting for very few roster spots as the Devils hopefully transition from rebuilding to competing for a playoff spot. Which rookies have the best shot at making the team with a standout performance in training camp?
It’s time to reveal the first set of players in our top 10 for the 2021 AATJ Top 25 Under 25 ranking. This group consists of three players that have already contributed to New Jersey, another one that could make his debut this season, and a prospect with a lot of upside for the future.
The next installment to our 2021 AATJ Top 25 Under 25 series is here. This group represents the players that finished in the middle of the top 25 and includes four forwards and a defenseman.
It is now time to reveal the next group of players on our Top 25 Under 25 list. This group of 5 players consists of 2 forwards and 3 defensemen. All of these players have professional experience already so a few of these players aren’t far away from potentially contributing to New Jersey.
The time has come for us to start revealing which players made the 2021 AATJ Top 25 New Jersey Devils Under 25 list. This post will reveal which players just made the cut for the final five spots in this year’s edition. It features three forwards, a defenseman, and a goaltender.
It is time to reveal the order of the 2021 All About the Jersey Top 25 New Jersey Devils players Under 25 list. As is tradition, this begins with the 26 players who did not make the list this year - The Outsiders.
In today’s post, we’ll take a look at five storylines to follow for the Devils prospects for the 2021-22 season. This will range from players in the KHL to those in college and junior hockey and to those in the professional ranks.
The New Jersey Devils haven’t been shy about drafting Swedish players in recent years. In Nikola Pasic and Alexander Holtz, they have two skilled forwards that have plenty of experience in the Swedish top flight, the Swedish Hockey League. In today’s post, we’ll take a closer look at how they are developing.
It’s time for the tenth annual All About the Jersey Top 25 Under 25 list. This year’s list is another big one as the Devils currently have 51 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.
In today’s post, we will take a look at Eetu Pakkila, Jaromir Pytlik, and Benjamin Baumgartner ahead of the 2021-22 season to see how their development is coming along and what their chances of earning an Entry-Level Contract are. The Devils currently hold each prospect’s rights until June 1, 2022.
The New Jersey Devils made seven selections at the 2021 NHL Draft. This post looks at the results of the quick polls of each pick to gauge the fans’ initial reactions to who the Devils picked. The Luke Hughes pick was at least loved.
The New Jersey Devils took Luke Hughes and then made six other picks that maybe could have been better at the 2021 NHL Entry Draft. This post is a summary of thoughts about what the Devils did now that the draft is over.
The New Jersey Devils ended their 2021 NHL Draft class by taking their fifth European player of the day in Russian forward Zakhar Bardakov. Learn more about the large, physical, and nasty-capable forward double-overage pick with this post.
The New Jersey Devils went back to Europe with their sixth round selection at the 2021 NHL Draft. At 164th overall, they selected the large right-handed defenseman Viktor Hurtig from Västerås IK’s junior team. Learn a little more about the future Växjö Laker in this post.
The New Jersey Devils picked first in the fifth round and made their second Finnish and defenseman pick of the 2021 NHL Draft with Topias Vilén of Pelicans. Learn more about the pick in this post.
New Jersey Devils GM Tom Fitzgerald continued the recent NHL Draft tradition of the Devils picking at least one goaltender. With the 100th overall pick, the Devils picked 19-year old Jakub Málek of VHK Vsetin, a Czech second league goalie. Learn a little more about him with this post.
The New Jersey Devils selected Jokerit U-20 and Finnish U-18 national team center Samu Salminen at 68th overall in the third round. Learn more about the future Denver Pioneer and what he brings to the table with this post.
Today is the second day of the 2021 NHL Draft. After a long first round, the New Jersey Devils have five picks in the next six rounds to make today. This is an open post for AAtJ readers and Devils fans to discuss the second day of the NHL draft as it happens.
The New Jersey Devils kept the 29th overall pick in the 2021 NHL Draft and selected right winger Chase Stillman. This post is a reaction to the pick of Cory Stillman’s son with some details on what his game actually is.
The New Jersey Devils selected United States National Team Development Program defenseman Luke Hughes at fourth overall. This post provides a summary of why this pick was a very good one for the Devils, why fans should be excited about Luke, and why it was somewhat expected.
Welcome to the 2021 NHL Entry Draft. The New Jersey Devils will have two picks in the first round. Will they use both of them? This is an open post for AAtJ readers to discuss what happens in the 2021 NHL Draft as it happens for New Jersey and others.
The 2021 NHL offseason will have another major event begin tonight and end tomorrow: The 2021 NHL Entry Draft. The New Jersey Devils have two first round picks for tonight and five more picks to make on Saturday. This post previews the event and provides more information.
Tomorrow begins the 2021 NHL Draft. The staff at All About the Jersey put together a mock draft for this year’s first round. Read on to find out who we decided at fourth overall for the New Jersey Devils and who you would pick at 29th overall since we could not decide it ourselves.
Ayrton Martino was one of the top offensive players in the USHL last season. There’s no doubting his high end offensive skills but his defensive game could see him slide out of the 1st round.
The New Jersey Devils have two first round picks, which also means two picks in this year’s SB Nation NHL Mock Draft. At 29th overall, we picked forward Simon Robertsson of Skellefteå AIK. This post contains our reasoning and why he was picked over other prospects.