The 2009 26th overall pick in the NHL Draft leads the Devils with 19 goals this season and has four goals and three assists for seven points in his past four games.
Palmieri enters tonight’s game with 40 points. 25 of those (ten goals, 15 assists) have come on the road this season.
“It’s certainly a disappointing loss. We had lots of good performances and we played a good game and there were just some situations that wound up going in the back of the net and we ended up not winning the game.”
Editor’s Note: Ever wondered what it’s like to be inside the locker room on NHL Trade Deadline Day? Deb Placey peels back the curtain and gives an inside look at what transpired with the Devils. 11 AM: The Devils hold a scheduled practice. And the dry erase board in the locker room says it’s a […]
In this week’s Q&A, Ken Daneyko gives his take on the latest Devils games, the team’s red-hot power play and the prospect pipeline. MSGNetworks.com: Obviously, two disappointing results for the Devils with overtime losses against the Rangers and Canadiens where they had late leads. What can you say about those games? Ken Daneyko: Well, I try to […]