Devils' Brian Boyle Diagnosed With Leukemia, Plans To Keep PlayingBrian Boyle hopes to play hockey again soon after being diagnosed with chronic myeloid leukemia, a type of bone-marrow cancer that the New Jersey Devils' team doctor said can largely be treated with medication.
Lichtenstein: For The Devils This Preseason, It’s All About HischierThe few thousand folks who gathered at the Prudential Center on Monday weren't interested in the play of veterans in a meaningless exhibition.
Lichtenstein: 2017-18 Devils All About Becoming Gritty AgainDevils general manager Ray Shero didn't attempt to sidestep his club's backward step last season. "That falls to me," Shero said at media day on Thursday at the Prudential Center.
Devils Sign Young Defenseman Severson To Long-Term ExtensionBeing an unrestricted free agent without arbitration rights, defenseman Damon Severson was hoping to get contract from the New Jersey Devils that would carry him over for a couple of years.
Lichtenstein: Devils' Win In Butcher Derby More Than Offsets Kerfoot LossForget what I wrote a month ago about the NHL loophole that allows previously drafted but unsigned U.S. college players to become unrestricted free agents on Aug. 15 of the year they graduate.
Devils Add Major Piece For The Future, Sign NCAA Star ButcherThe Devils continued stockpiling young talent this offseason by landing college hockey's top player, Will Butcher.
Devils Sign Veteran Right Wing Drew StaffordThe Devils have signed free agent forward Drew Stafford, plugging a hole on the right side behind Kyle Palmieri.
Lichtenstein: Zajac Loss Provides Opportunities For Devils' Young GunsTaking out all Zajac does until possibly after the new year will likely send New Jersey hurtling down to the lowest depths of the standings. In the long-term view, however, the Devils just might find a few rewards in speeding up the pace of development of their top prospects.
Devils' Zajac Out 4-6 Months After Undergoing Surgery On Torn Pectoral MuscleThe New Jersey Devils have lost top center Travis Zajac for four to six months with a pectoral injury.
Lichtenstein: Devils' Offense Looks Encouraging, But Defense A ProblemAt last week's Devils development camp in Newark, all eyes were glued on Nico Hischier. However, he wasn't the only prospect to make a good impression.
Marcus Johansson Says He Was Caught Off Guard By Trade To DevilsAfter winning the Presidents' Trophy and losing in the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs two years in a row, Marcus Johansson knew the Washington Capitals were going to make changes.
Lichtenstein: Devils Trade Master Shero Scores Again With Summer StealOn Sunday night, the Devils acquired forward Marcus Johansson from Washington in exchange for second- and third-round picks in the 2018 draft.