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.
Third Annual Mikey Strong Hockey Game Raises Awareness About Spinal Chord InjuriesMike Nichols had big dreams of becoming a professional hockey player, but those dreams were all but shattered when his C-5 vertebrae was fractured in a high school game in 2014, leaving him paralyzed.
WFAN Favorite Teams Poll: #7 -- 2002-03 DevilsUnlike their previous two championships, this one pushed the Devils to the limit on more than one occasion.
WFAN Favorite Teams Poll: #8 -- 1994-95 DevilsThe Devils shocked everyone by routing heavily favored Detroit in the Stanley Cup Final, outscoring the high-powered Red Wings 16-7 in a four-game sweep.
Schwei's Devils Notes: Season Ends With Just 3 Wins In Final 24 GamesBack on Feb. 18, the Devils were just four points out of a playoff spot. From there, things went downhill in a hurry.
Lichtenstein: Devils’ Forgettable Season Ends Amidst Memories Of Past GloryExpected to improve upon an 84-point total from a year ago, the Devils instead took a wrong turn on their rebuilding road.
Devils Fall To Red Wings In Final Game At Detroit's Joe Louis ArenaCory Schneider made 31 saves for the Devils, who haven't earned a spot in the postseason since advancing to the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals.

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