6 Options for Devils at 20th Overall
With the Vancouver Canucks’ elimination from the playoffs, the New Jersey Devils will officially select 20th overall at the 2020 Draft. They acquired the pick at the trade deadline when they sent Blake Coleman to the Tampa Bay Lightning, who originally owned the Canucks’ pick. It’s the third first-round pick they have this year, and it offers them the […]
Devils Need to Target Ehlers
Because the NHL suspended play in March due to COVID-19, we’re now entering the heart of the offseason. There already have been a couple of trades, with the Pittsburgh Penguins acquiring Kasperi Kapanen and the Montreal Canadiens acquiring Jake Allen. We’ll likely see more moves this month, given the condensed timeline, and that’s why TSN released their […]
Devils Should Stay Clear of Hoffman in Free Agency
Free agency is a little over a month away, and the New Jersey Devils will have just over $26 million in cap space to spend. Though it’s unlikely new general manager Tom Fitzgerald goes wild and spends to the cap, he’ll still have to be smart spending the team’s money when signing any unrestricted free agent. And […]
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Devils’ Trading Partners: Seeking Out Left-Handed Blueliners
Finding a top-flight, left-handed defenseman has been a problem for the New Jersey Devils for a few years now. Their last significant addition on the left side of their blue line was Will Butcher, who signed as a rookie free agent way back in 2017. That’s a long time to go without upgrading an essential position group, […]
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6 Options for Devils at 18th Overall
Back in December, the New Jersey Devils traded Taylor Hall to the Arizona Coyotes after a tumultuous start to the season. Part of the return for Hall was the Coyotes’ first-round pick. And after the Coyotes’ elimination from the playoffs yesterday, the Devils know they’ll be selecting 18th overall. The Devils will have plenty of options with […]
Devils’ Trading Partners: Blackhawks Offer Defensive Help
With the offseason approaching, it’s worth taking a looking at what the New Jersey Devils may do with all their cap space. The NHL salary cap will remain flat, at $81.5 million, due to revenue loss from COVID-19. That will put some teams in a bind, but not the Devils, who’ll have over $26 million in […]
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Devils’ Trading Partners: Leafs Offer Roster Depth
The New Jersey Devils have a lot of cap space. That’s no longer a secret, but what they do with it remains to be seen. The Toronto Maple Leafs, on the other hand, are in a cap crunch and will be hurt by the salary cap remaining at $81.5 million due to revenue loss from COVID-19. And […]
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Devils Lock Up Walsh to Entry-Level Deal
There hasn’t been a ton of New Jersey Devils news since the hirings of Lindy Ruff and Tom Fitzgerald in early July. But that changed yesterday when the organization announced they had signed top prospect Reilly Walsh — a 2017 third-round pick — to a three-year, entry-level deal. Walsh just completed his junior season at Harvard University (NCAA), finishing […]
Devils’ Trading Partners: Blues Offer Great Options
The New Jersey Devils are once again in a prime position to weaponize their cap space this offseason. Their current salary cap projections forecast them to have $26 million once the offseason begins, giving them ample opportunity to improve their roster. That won’t be the case for many teams due to the salary cap remaining flat […]
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Devils’ Trading Partners: The Lightning Have What They Need
Weaponizing cap space is not a luxury many teams have. But it’s something the New Jersey Devils have done to a great extent over the last few seasons. Whether it was acquiring Marcus Johansson in 2017 or Nikita Gusev almost a year ago, they’ve used their available cap space to their advantage. It won’t be any […]
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Devils Should Be Cautious Extending Palmieri
One of the first moves of the New Jersey Devils’ rebuild in 2015 was acquiring right-winger Kyle Palmieri from the Anaheim Ducks. The team has had limited success since the trade, except for a playoff appearance in 2017-18. But that doesn’t mean the move didn’t pay off. In fact, it’s been quite the opposite. Palmieri scored 30 […]
Devils & Jesper Bratt – What Does the Next Deal Look Like?
The New Jersey Devils will have a lot of money to spend on unrestricted free agents and trades this offseason. But they’ll also have to keep a chunk of change aside for some notable restricted free agents (RFAs), one being Jesper Bratt. The Swedish winger was a sixth-round pick of the Devils in 2016 and has performed […]
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6 Devils Who’ll Benefit From Lindy Ruff
The New Jersey Devils surprised many when they announced Lindy Ruff would take over as the team’s next head coach. Before then, he served as an assistant coach overseeing the New York Rangers’ defense and penalty kill. He was also the Dallas Stars’ head coach from 2013-17, where he got the team to the playoffs twice in […]
Devils Could Use Boeser for Fast-Paced Roster
Part of the new CBA extension that became finalized last week entailed keeping a flat salary cap, at $81.5 million, for the 2020-21 season. The New Jersey Devils will benefit from that, as they’ll have a projected $26 million in cap space, while a team like the Vancouver Canucks is going to be in a cap […]
Ruff’s Stint With the Stars Gives Devils Glimpse of Future
The New Jersey Devils’ coaching search finally came to an end earlier this week. And it didn’t come without a surprise, as they announced Lindy Ruff would take over behind the bench. Ruff had spent the last three seasons as an assistant for the New York Rangers. Before then, he was the head coach of the […]
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Devils Should Pass on Sanderson at 7th Overall
Now that we know the New Jersey Devils hold the seventh overall pick at the 2020 Draft, it’s time to begin discussing what they could do with the selection. There should be a few highly skilled forwards available that the team needs if they want to build around Nico Hischier and Jack Hughes. The prevailing thought […]
Devils Could Use Boudreau Behind the Bench
The New Jersey Devils have been without a permanent head coach since Dec. 2, when they fired John Hynes and replaced him with Alain Nasreddine. The search has been underway since then, and a familiar crop of names has come up in their shortlist. Veteran coaches among their finalists include Peter Laviolette, John Stevens, Gerard Gallant, and […]
Devils Hoping for More Draft Lottery Luck
It’s that time of the year again. The NHL Draft Lottery is upon us, and the New Jersey Devils are in a position to win it once again. If they do, it’ll be the third time in four years they’ll have the first overall selection. Though they’ll need some luck to get it again, it […]
Devils Hiring Ruff Would Mean Fast-Paced Hockey
The New Jersey Devils’ coaching search appears to be in its final stages, as they’re down to five candidates. Among the list are Peter Laviolette, Gerard Gallant, John Stevens, and incumbent Alain Nasreddine. They also made a strong push for ZSC Lions’ head coach Rikard Gronborg, though his out-clause will prevent him from taking an NHL […]
Devils Should Keep Diving Into European Draft Waters
When Paul Castron took over as the New Jersey Devils’ Director of Amateur Scouting in 2015, he had a tall task at hand. The organization’s farm system was barren and in desperate need of some skill. The first draft he was in charge of came in 2016. And since then, we’ve seen some trends develop in the […]
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