The Devils officially opened training camp for their veterans Wednesday at the Prudential Center. Martin Brodeur and Jaromir Jagr are finally teammates in New Jersey.
It’s not about opening the show. It’s about closing it the right way.
They can no longer be ignored, brushed aside or considered as some kind of annoying afterthought. A year after they finished out of the playoffs completely, the New Jersey Devils are one game away from playing in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Over the first few weeks of this 2010-2011 Devils’ season, I’ve done my best to stay optimistic. But there are certain things about this horrendous start that just don’t make any sense at all.
It’s no secret to anyone who has been following the Devils for the first two weeks of the season that it hasn’t been a pretty start for the red and black.
In what is undoubtedly the biggest news to come out of NHL free agency 2010, Russian sniper Ilya Kovalchuk has officially re-signed with the New Jersey Devils. Kovalchuk initially rejected the Devs’ 7-year, $60M offer […]