Lichtenstein: New-Look Devils Open Camp Confident Offense Is BetterIf all goes according to general manager Ray Shero's plan, there's a good chance Devils fans might find their favorite team unrecognizable when the puck drops for real next month.
Hartnett: Tortorella, Lombardi In Dark Ages With This Team USA RosterHockey has changed a lot in the 20 years since the U.S. last won the World Cup. Someone should tell John Tortorella and Dean Lombardi.
Hartnett: Devils' Schneider Gives U.S. Best Chance At World Cup Of HockeyThe United States will need exceptional goaltending if it stands any chance of medaling at the upcoming World Cup of Hockey. Cory Schneider is totally capable of providing it.
Scott Gomez, Former Devils And Rangers Standout, Announces RetirementThe Devils selected Gomez in the first round of the 1998 NHL Entry Draft. He became the first Hispanic to play in the NBA and is one of only a handful of Alaskans to do so.
Hartnett: Handicapping Potential Landing Spots For NCAA Star VeseyFormer Harvard standout Jimmy Vesey has spent the past few days listening to in-person pitches and trimming his shortlist. A decision on his future could come as early as Friday.
Hartnett: Vesey Decision Likely To Come Down To Playing TimeCoveted free agent Jimmy Vesey has made his list and is vetting it twice.
Hartnett: Rangers, Devils Right In The Middle Of The #VeseyWatchFormer Harvard standout Jimmy Vesey is in the process of trimming his short list as teams prepare to court the soon-to-be free agent.
Devils Re-Sign Forward Reid BoucherThe New Jersey Devils have re-signed restricted free agent left wing Reid Boucher to a one-year, two-way contract.
Devils Sign Defenseman Brandon Gormley To 2-Way ContractThe New Jersey Devils have signed free agent defenseman Brandon Gormley to a one-year, two-way contract worth $650,000 at the NHL level.
Devils' Palmieri Added To USA Roster In World Cup Of HockeyUSA Hockey announced Wednesday that the six-year NHL veteran will replace Tampa Bay Lightning winger Ryan Callahan, who underwent hip surgery last month, in the tournament, which runs Sept. 17-Oct. 1 in Toronto.
6 New York/New Jersey Athletes Who Should Retire SoonMark Teixeira is injured. Again. This time it was a foul ball off his foot. Last month, he missed 18 games with torn cartilage in his knee, an issue he must manage with occasional days off.
Lichtenstein: Underrated Palmieri’s 5-Year Deal With Devils Another Shero WinPalmieri plays in all situations. Though listed at 5 feet, 11 inches and 195 pounds, he is a willing bodychecker and will fight for loose pucks in the hard areas around the net. No one has ever questioned his motor.