Devils Go With Hischier Over Patrick With No. 1 Pick In NHL DraftOn Friday night, New Jersey selected Nico Hischier with the No. 1 pick, making the 18-year-old center the highest drafted Swiss player in league history.
Devils' Trade For Mueller Sealed Merrill’s Expansion Draft FateThe Vegas Golden Knights took underachieving defenseman Jon Merrill off New Jersey's hands on Wednesday night.
Devils Hope No. 1 Pick Is Springboard To Eventual GreatnessAfter making the playoffs for 20 of 22 seasons, the Devils have fallen on hard times.
Rangers, Islanders, Devils Reveal Expansion Draft Protection ListsThe Islanders are up to something. At least that's how it looks after they made some surprising decisions with their NHL expansion draft protection list.
Lichtenstein: For Devils’ Expansion Draft Purposes, 8 Is Greater Than 10After suffering through a dreary 28-40-14 season, Devils fans could probably list at least a half-dozen players who they wouldn't mind seeing in a Vegas Golden Knights uniform come October.
Lichtenstein: For The Devils, It’s Nolan Or Nico -- Or Maybe NeitherThe Devils, who won the draft lottery last month and will get their top choice on June 23 in Chicago, will surely select either Patrick or Nico Hischier.
Devils Sign Forward Jesper Bratt To 3-Year DealThe New Jersey Devils have signed forward Jesper Bratt to a three-year, entry-level contract.
Devils Sign Defenseman Loov To 1-Year, 2-Way ContractThe 24-year-old Loov spent the 2016-17 season in the American Hockey League between the Albany Devils and Toronto Marlies.
Lichtenstein: Devils Can Score (In A Trade) If Kovalchuk Returns To NHLShero is in his favored position where he can hold an auction and execute a sign-and-trade. No matter what folks say, we are still in the Dead Puck Era, and natural goal scorers are rare commodities on the open market.
Devils Contact Kovalchuk To Discuss Possible Return To NHLNew Jersey Devils general manager Ray Shero has had preliminary talks with Ilya Kovalchuk's agent regarding the former No. 1 draft pick's possible return to the NHL four years after bolting to play in his native Russia.
Lichtenstein: Devils Win Big By Bagging Top Draft Pick In LotteryBefore we get too excited, it should be noted that the preliminary evaluations of the top of this draft class have not been overwhelming, comparatively speaking.
New Jersey Devils Win No. 1 Overall Pick In 2017 NHL DraftWinning the lottery presents a big boost for a Devils team that's missed the playoffs for a fifth straight season, and rebuilding under third-year general manager Ray Shero.