Hischier Has Every Opportunity to Turn Pro

CHICAGO--Devils GM, Ray Shero says first overall pick Nico Hischier will have every opportunity to make the team out of training camp following his selection as the top pick at the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Not ...

Are the Devils Considering Trading Top Pick?

In Elliotte Friedman's most recent '30 Thoughts' for Sportsnet, he discussed the "growing suspicion" around the National Hockey League that the Devils could in fact trade the franchise's first top pick since co...

Devils Have Options in Kovalchuk’s Return

Ilya Kovalchuk wants back in the NHL. That much was confirmed by agent Jay Grossman through Devils' GM Ray Shero on Tuesday. His return to the league will be greeted with plenty of intrigue as a dynamic goal...

Devils Win the Draft Lottery

Things didn't go the Devils way this season. That was reflected in New Jersey's last place finish in the Eastern Conference and the franchise's lowest point total over a full season in 18 years. But on Saturday...

Devils Face Tough Decision for Backup

With the preseason concluded and the deadline to reach their 23-man roster, the Devils are faced with perhaps their most pressing decision out of training camp: who will back up Cory Schneider this season? K...

Shero: Hall for Larsson Helps Both Sides

Ray Shero said he needed to get more talent for his club going forward, after a season in which his Devils sported the league's worst goals-per-game (2.22) and scored a league-worst 182 goals, missing the posts...

Devils Acquire Bennett from Pittsburgh

For the second time in as many drafts with New Jersey, general manager Ray Shero acquired a young forward for a draft pick. On Saturday, the Devils announced the acquisition of Beau Bennett from Pittsburgh i...

Around the Metro: New Jersey Devils

When the Ray Shero regime began a year ago, it signaled change in an organization that had reason to embrace some after a nearly 30 year run by Lou Lamoriello. It also was a sign of an impending re-tool of its ...

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...