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New Jersey Devils 2014-15 season preview: Offense

The New Jersey Devils finished last season with a record of 35-29-18 (88 points), which landed them six points out of a playoff spot.  Despite some clear areas of weakness, the Devils are not too far off from being playoff team and a potential Stanley Cup contender. From now until the start of the season I will be previewing all of the key elements of the 2014-15 Devils season....
Via isportsweb.com
16 hours ago  |  Discuss

Why Mike Cammalleri and the Devils chose each other

At the risk of sounding blasphemous, Mike Cammalleri’s deal with the Devils was all about faith. He chose the team that believed in him most and the team he believed in most. Calgary fans were disappointed but not surprised when he left in free agency after a resurgent 26-goal campaign. After all, team president Brian Burke retained Cammalleri’s expiring contract at the trade...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Mike Cammalleri and New Jersey, a perfect fit?

This past July brought more than a couple of eyebrow-raising free agent signings, but the New Jersey Devils' signing of Mike Cammalleri to a 5-year, $25-million contract was my biggest "WHAT?" moment. Today, the Hockey News's Ryan Kennedy explains why the unlikely marriage occurred: “He played with an edge and had results,” [New Jersey Devils GM Lou] Lamoriello...
Via Kukla's Korner
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Devils to lose money in 2014-15

One year after their sale to Josh Harris and David Blitzer, the Devils are still a team in debt and losing money, but the co-owners continue to see a bright future for the organization on and off the ice. While stressing they are still “early in the game” of a “very long-term” plan to turn around the Devils financially, Blitzer says he can’t envision a scenario in which...
Via Pro Sports Daily
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Devils will lose money for this upcoming season, but that’s not bad news

Via Pro Hockey Talk's Dhiren Mahibian, the Bergen Record's Tom Gulitti reports that the New Jersey Devils will lose money for the 2014-15 season... Unlike the team's financial struggles under the Jeffrey Vanderbeek adminstration, however, the fact that the Devils are going to lose money this season is actually good news. Gulitti reports that "new" owners...
Via Kukla's Korner
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Report: Devils will lose money in 2014-15

As the 2014-15 season approaches, most NHL teams are focused on putting out the most competitive product on the ice while making the business decisions necessary in order to ensure the organization keeps its financial head above water. Most teams are fairly optimistic, but the New Jersey Devils are already planning on finishing in the red this season. As seen over on Fire and Ice...
Via Puck Drunk Love
4 days ago  |  Discuss

New Jersey Devils still willing to employ Martin Brodeur…if he’s willing to wear a suit

Via SI's Allan Muir, New Jersey Devils GM Lou Lamoriello has every intention of employing Martin Brodeur should the legendary goaltender not find the "right fit" with a championship-contending team, but the Newark Star-Ledger's Steve Politi reports that Lamoriello's standing offer involves a front-office job: What happens if Brodeur gets to a point where...
Via Kukla's Korner
4 days ago  |  Discuss

Devils' Lou Lamoriello puts final squash on recurring Ilya Kovalchuk rumors

Ilya Kovalchuk’s name resurfaces periodically whenever there is talk about the Devils’ need to add a goal-scorer, but general manager Lou Lamoriello and owner Josh Harris confirmed the Russian winger has not entered the NHL club’s thoughts since he left last summer to play in the KHL. There is a good reason for that. All along there has been no chance of Kovalchuk’s return...
Via Pro Sports Daily
5 days ago  |  Discuss

Hang up your pads, Martin Brodeur

It’s been a quiet offseason for Martin Brodeur, but this one is a little bit different than the rest. For the first time in 20 seasons, Brodeur won’t be reporting to the New Jersey Devils for training camp. As a matter of fact, he’s not really sure which, if any, camp he’ll be attending this season or who he will be playing for. The 42-year-old netminder, considered by many...
Via Sports-Glory
10 days ago  |  Discuss

New Jersey Devils: The Disappointing Stuff

Puck Daddy has been running this summer series called “Puck Daddy’s Most Disappointing Summer Series” where you talk about your team and the biggest disappointments throughout your franchise’s history. Being that it’s August and not much going on, I thought this was a great thing to do about the Devils, especially since I haven’t seen it done on Puck Daddy just yet. This...
Via Running With The Devils
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Sizing up Blue Jackets' Metro opponents: New Jersey Devils

Leading up to September 18th, when training camp opens for the Columbus Blue Jackets, we're taking a look at their Metropolitan Division opponents. Last week, we analyzed the Carolina Hurricanes. This week, it's Lou Lamoriello and the New Jersey Devils turn to walk in the spotlight. Today: The New Jersey Devils New Jersey finished the 2013-14 season in sixth place in the...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
16 days ago  |  Discuss

Devils News: Andy Greene Signs Long Term

It's been a great summer for Andy Greene, the 31 year old got married in June and today extended with the only team he's ever known.#452666789 / gettyimages.comSaid New Jersey Devils GM Lou Lamoriello, "Everyone knows what Andy’s value is to our organization and we’re just delighted to get it done at this point." As Tom Gulitti of the Fire and Ice blog,Andy...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
21 days ago  |  Discuss

New Jersey Devils Sign D-Man Andy Greene To Five-Year Extension

NEWARK, N.J. — The New Jersey Devils signed defenseman Andy Greene to a long-term contract extension Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed The 31-year-old Greene, who has spent his entire eight-year NHL career with the Devils, had one year remaining on his current contract at $3.5 million. “No question, it was important for us to have Andy with us long term,” said...
Via NESN.com
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur: ‘I’m still looking for the right fit’

Goaltender Martin Brodeur remains on the NHL free-agent market after cutting ties with the New Jersey Devils, the only NHL team he’s played for. “I’m still looking for the right fit and the right fit might not come this summer, it might come later on in the fall,” Brodeur said Wednesday to Yahoo Sports. “I’m pretty open-minded. Regardless of what happens, if I play or...
Via Sports-Glory
July 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Devils sign Mike Cammalleri to five-year deal

The New Jersey Devils signed forward Mike Cammalleri to a five-year, $25 million contract on Tuesday, according to multiple reports. Cammalleri, 32, had a team-high 26 goals to go with 19 assists in 63 games with the Calgary Flames last season. Cammalleri has 236 goals, 266 assists in 11 seasons with the Flames, Montreal Canadiens and Los Angeles Kings. The post Devils sign...
Via Sports-Glory
July 01, 2014  |  Discuss
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