Patrik Elias Retires: A Career Re-Visited

As the story goes, it was late into the evening on July 1, 2006. It was the first day of NHL free agency and for the first time in his career, Patrik Elias had reached free agency. New Jersey had made attempts ...

Devils, Flyers Make Rare, Minor-League Swap

The Devils acquired minor-league forward, Petr Straka from the Flyers on Saturday in exchange for a conditional seventh-round draft pick, in either 2017 or 2018's entry draft. Straka, 24, has played three ga...

Lamoriello Steps Down as Devils GM

In a surprising move today, Lou Lamoriello of the New Jersey Devils stepped down as General Manager and named Ray Shero as the new GM of the Devils.  Lamoriello will continue as the President of the Devils.  Sh...

Wolf Pack End 4 Game Skid; Beat Albany

Hartford, CT- After a long stretch on the road the Hartford Wolf Pack (27-15-4-3) finally came back to their home ice tonight. Facing off against the Albany Devils (22-19-4-5), the New Jersey Devils affiliate a...

Elias Hits 1,000

With their first back to back win since November 11-14, 2014, the New Jersey Devils are starting to make a turnaround after the firing of coach Peter DeBoer.  With Scott Stevens, Adam Oates and New Jersey Devil...

The New Jersey Devils are in Desperation Mode

It is often said that professional sports are, at times, a copycat endeavor.  If there is a new way of doing something and it’s followed by success, other organizations try to copy it until eventually it is sch...

Metropolitan Division Predictions

Albeit a little after the regular season has started, with the season only a few weeks old, I offer my predictions for the regular season finish for the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference in the Na...

Devils Training Camp Day One

“How much have they improved? How much have they grown? How ready are they?” Lou Lamoriello said those were the questions he would be asking during training camp. What the players bring to camp will determine t...

NHL Feels Pain of Lokomotiv Plane Crash

This summer has been a tragic off-season for the hockey community.  First, the hockey community lost three NHL enforcers: Derek Boogaard, Rick Rypien and Wade Belak.  Now, an entire team is lost. On the firs...

Kovalchuk Game-Winner Shocks Lightning

Before the Devils’ 2-1 win over the Lightning, team CEO/GM/President Lou Lamoriello announced that Zach Parise was cleared to begin skating. This came as great news not only for Devils fans, but also for the te...