New Jersey Devils
The Devils hope to return to the playoffs for the first time in three seasons, but they’ll have to do it without the NHL’s all-time leader in career goaltending victories.
A big part of the Devils’ defense will be sticking around for years.
New York is the biggest sports market in the United States, and it’s a magnet for superstars. The Rangers, Islanders and Devils boast a plethora of talented players.
Cory Schneider is officially the present and the future of the Devils. The veteran goaltender was signed to multi-year extension Wednesday, general manager Lou Lamoriello announced.
NHL free agency frenzy kicked off Tuesday, and there was enough money thrown around to end world hunger. But sometimes, general managers and owners act irresponsibly with their wallets.
One of the best free agent forwards available is now a Devil.
Dominik Hasek, Mike Modano, Peter Forsberg and Rob Blake started playing hockey in four different countries as kids. They will enter the Hockey Hall of Fame together.
Martin Brodeur intends on playing next season — and it sounds like he’s resigned to the fact that it likely won’t be for the only team he’s ever known.
Where do those Cup-winning Rangers, Islanders and Devils squads stand when compared to each other? Read on and find out.
We all know about Mark Messier’s guarantee. But what nobody knew — until now — was that the Rangers captain wasn’t all swagger leading up to the do-or-die Game 6 in N.J.
You can never have too many defensemen. The New Jersey Devils know it and on Tuesday made sure they’d have one of their better ones back next season.
At a Rangers game, you see suits. At a Devils game, you see more fans wearing jerseys. “This feels like Norm walking into Cheers,” O’Neil said in a one-on-one with WFAN.com.
“If I’m happy, then there’s no reason to go anywhere else,” Jagr said Wednesday. “I play my best hockey when I’m happy.”
Who cares that he’s 42? Jaromir Jagr can still play at a high level and it seems the New Jersey Devils know it.
I mentioned to Derek Jeter the uncertainty of Martin Brodeur’s future, and the possibility that he could still play next year, but in another uniform. “Man, I hope not,” he said.