Exactly a month ago we all were sitting around wondering about a lot of uncertain hockey things and beings. The Big Three questions followed: 1. Which Met Area sextet would woo the hottest free agent defenseman in Kevin Shattenkirk? 2. How would Devils General Manager Ray Shero make his team better? 3. And what about John […]
Courtesy of the New Jersey Devils Newark, NJ – The New Jersey Devils today signed the first-overall pick in the 2017 NHL Draft, Nico Hischier, to the maximum three-year, entry-level contract for salary ($925,000 AAV) and performance bonuses. The announcement was made by Devils’ Executive Vice President/General Manager Ray Shero. Hischier was selected first overall […]
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In this week’s Q&A, Ken Daneyko evaluates the Devils’ early offseason moves. MSGNetworks.com: The free agent frenzy may have started slowly for the Devils, but it certainly picked up with a couple of moves by Ray Shero. What’s your take on their activity so far? Ken Daneyko: Ray has certainly made some smart moves in the last […]
By: Leo Scaglione Jr., Pinch-Hitting For The Maven The mantra in New Jersey since Ray Shero took over as general manager two years ago has been to trust the process. The Devils’ patient approach paid off again Sunday night when the club acquired 26-year-old, left-shooting forward Marcus Johansson from the salary-cap strapped Washington Capitals in […]
Courtesy of the New Jersey Devils Newark, NJ –The New Jersey Devils today acquired forward Marcus Johansson for Florida’s second-round pick (previously acquired by New Jersey in the Marc Savard trade, June 10, 2016) and Toronto’s third-round pick (previously acquired by New Jersey as compensation for the hiring of Lou Lamoriello) in the 2018 NHL […]
By: Leo Scaglione Jr., Pinch-Hitting For The Maven It was fitting that thunderstorms rolled through New York and New Jersey yesterday when NHL free agency opened. If you didn’t know better, you would think the local hockey clubs – Rangers, Islanders, Devils and Sabres – were responsible for the lightning and thunder. But, alas, they […]