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.
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.
Devils Sign 30-Goal Man Palmieri To New 5-Year ContractIt's no secret that the Devils struggled to score goals last season. But just imagine how bad their offense would have been if they didn't have Kyle Palmieri.
Devils Make Qualifying Offers To Palmieri, 4 OthersKyle Palmieri had 30 goals and 27 assists in 82 games in his first season with the Devils.
Lichtenstein: Acquiring Speed Should Be Devils' First Offseason PriorityNew Jersey is last in the league in both total goals (179) and goals per game (2.21). This despite the NHL’s eighth-best power play efficiency (20.4 percent).
Palmieri Scores Twice, But Devils No Match For Blue JacketsThe Columbus Blue Jackets scored three times in the third period on their way to a 6-3 victory over the visiting Devils on Saturday night.
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.
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.
Schwei’s Devils Notes: New Jersey Is Much Improved, But Still Too InconsistentThe Devils begin the final week of 2015 with an overall record of 36-31-12 (84 points) in their 79 games played in the calendar year, which ranks 22nd in the NHL.
Schwei’s Devils Notes: Staying In It, But Struggling To Put It All TogetherThe New Jersey Devils went 1-1-1 this past week and are 4-2-3 over their last nine games.
Schwei’s Devils Notes: A Big Win In Montreal, Elias Returns And MoreThe New Jersey Devils closed out November by taking three of a possible four points in their weekend home-and-home set with the NHL-leading Montreal Canadiens.