New Jersey Devils
New Jersey Devils forward Dainius Zubrus was placed on unconditional waivers by the team Wednesday with the intention of ending his contract.
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.
Devils general manager Ray Shero announced the signing on Tuesday. The team had maintained its rights to the restricted free agent by making a qualifying offer late last month.
Defenseman Vojtech Mozik isn’t likely to forget his first day as a New Jersey Devil.
A little more than a month after being named coach of the New Jersey Devils, John Hynes was back in his comfort zone.
New Jersey Devils scouting director David Conte has left the team by mutual agreement.
The Devils have signed former Rangers defenseman John Moore to a three-year deal with an average annual value of $1.66 million.
The 37-year-old Clemmensen joins the staff after a 14-season playing career, including eight seasons over three stints with the Devils.
The New Jersey Devils have given qualifying offers to forward Stefan Matteau and defensemen Eric Gelinas, Seth Helgeson and Adam Larsson.
Hours after finishing his first draft with the New Jersey Devils, general manager Ray Shero has already turned his attention toward free agency next week.
The NHL announced the deal late Friday as the first round of the draft was coming to an end in Sunrise, Florida.
New general manager Ray Shero is delivering on his promise to make the struggling Devils a more exciting team. Meanwhile, the Isles are stockpiling young talent.
Barring a trade, the Devils (32-36-14, 78 points) will have the sixth pick overall and three in the top 41, the last one coming in the trade that sent Jaromir Jagr to Florida.