NHL Headlines Of The WeekThings are just starting to heat up around the NHL as we near the quarter-mark of the 2017-2018 NHL season. Here are this week's top NHL headlines.
Devils Buying Out Michael Cammalleri, Devante Smith-PellyThe New Jersey Devils announced Friday they are buying out the contracts for forwards Michael Cammalleri and Devante Smith-Pelly, freeing up extra salary-cap space on the eve of free agency's first day.
Schwei's Devils Notes: Blanked At Home, A Rare Regulation Win On The RoadThe New Jersey Devils will head to western Canada later this week after going 0-2-1 on their three-game homestand.
Struggling Devils Take Exception To The Boos At The Prudential CenterThe Devils are winless in their last five games (0-3-2) and have won just twice since Nov. 22 (2-7-4). On Wednesday night they heard it from their disgruntled fan base, getting booed during a 2-0 loss to visiting Ottawa.
Devils Open Up Season With 6-4 Win Over Philly Dainus Zubrus scored the go-ahead goal in the third period and Michael Cammalleri had two goals, leading the New Jersey Devils to a season-opening 6-4 win over the Philadelphia Flyers on Thursday night.
Habs Ride 3-Goal 1st Period To Win Over RangersRoman Hamrlik and Tomas Plekanec had power-play goals, and the Montreal Canadiens scored three times in a span of 2:46 in the first period to beat the New York Rangers 3-2 on Saturday night.
Wolski, Rangers Looking For Payback In MontrealWojtek Wolski came close to delivering the tying goal against the Montreal Canadiens in his New York Rangers debut earlier this week, but he just missed and his new team lost. Wolski gets another shot at Montreal on Saturday night.
Rangers' Wolski Expected To Make Debut Vs. CanadiensWojtek Wolski is expected to make his debut with the surging Rangers when they face the Montreal Canadiens at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday night in the first of two meetings in five days.
Red-Hot Islanders Take Show To MontrealThe New York Islanders have won three of four since John Tavares returned from a concussion. They'll look to continue their surge in a matchup with one of the top teams in the Eastern Conference.