Lichtenstein: Another Shero Shock Sends Speedy Grabner To DevilsIt was the first trade between the two organizations since the infamous Barry Beck blockbuster in November 1979, when the Devils were called the Colorado Rockies.
Lichtenstein: Time For Devils’ Shero To Join Buyers' Club At Trade DeadlineWhen it comes to the local teams in the NHL’s Metropolitan Division, perspective is everything.
Lichtenstein: Devils Trade Master Shero Scores Again With Summer StealOn Sunday night, the Devils acquired forward Marcus Johansson from Washington in exchange for second- and third-round picks in the 2018 draft.
Lichtenstein: 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.
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.
Lichtenstein: Devils End Season With Foundation For A Brighter FutureThe Devils had been confounding experts for much of this season, so why would Game 82 be any different?
Lichtenstein: Devils GM Shero Pulled Off A Heist Getting Smith-PellyIn his first season as Devils general manager, Ray Shero has shown an uncanny ability to unearth worthy gems amongst the rubble at the bottom of other NHL rosters.
Lichtenstein: Devils Simply Lack Talent, With A Long Rebuild AheadThe Devils are nowhere near ready to reach loftier goals. They need to get some players, especially on offense.
Lichtenstein: With Trade Deadline Approaching, Devils Are TweenersThat the Devils are still in the playoff hunt is a testament to coach John Hynes and the work ethic of the players in the locker room. But they are in an unenviable position with the trade deadline looming.
Lichtenstein: Hard-Working Devils Making Their Own 'Puck Luck'The Devils have won five of six and continue to be a surprise story because of their incredible work ethic.
Devils Return To Action With Sights Set On Ending Playoff DroughtAfter missing the playoffs the previous three seasons, the New Jersey Devils shook up their organization.
At The Break: How The Hell Did The Surprising Devils Get Here?With the exception of one magical ride to the Stanley Cup Final in 2012, the Devils haven’t been relevant in nearly a decade.