When the Devils hired Ray Shero as general manager in May, there was never a thought it would lead to the end Hall of Famer Lou Lamoriello’s nearly three-decade tenure with the club.
The Toronto Maple Leafs have hired longtime NHL executive Lou Lamoriello as general manager. Lamoriello resigned as New Jersey Devils president to take the job.
I guess if Billy Crystal can star in a basic cable TV show with Josh Gad, Lou Lamoriello can run the Toronto Maple Leafs. Well, sort of run.
Another member of the old guard has stepped away from a high-profile front office position.
Devils GM Ray Shero said Hynes will emphasize the fast, attacking and supportive style of hockey that he hopes to install in New Jersey.
He was supposed to have a second career with the Devils, but now it looks like it may be years before it happens, if ever.
Coming off yet another season without a playoff berth, the Devils figured to make some big changes. But nobody knew one of them would be this big.
The New Jersey Devils have developed a new trend when it comes to the playoffs.
The New Jersey Devils aren’t ready to start examining what went wrong in a third straight non-playoff season.
It’s easy to look at the once-proud New Jersey Devils and think this is an organization that’s seen better days.
The move doesn’t come as a major surprise, as the Devils are having a disappointing campaign and Jagr recently hinted that he’d be open to a trade.
He’ll be 43 on Sunday, but you better believe teams will be lining up for his services should his current squad deem him expendable.
Martin Brodeur may one day return to the New Jersey Devils, where he won three Stanley Cups and cemented his place as the goaltender with more wins than any other in NHL history.
With less than half the season to go, the New Jersey Devils are in danger of missing the playoffs for the third straight year and for the fourth time in five.
Bye, Rex Ryan. Hello, Odell Beckham. Let’s take a look at the good, bad and everything in between of this year in local sports.