Patrik Elias, Devils' All-Time Leading Scorer, Announces RetirementPatrik Elias, the New Jersey Devils' all-time leading scorer, is retiring after a career that spanned almost two decades and included two Stanley Cup titles.
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.
Devils' Elias, Schneider Both Undergo SurgeryTwo veteran Devils went under the knife earlier this week, the team has confirmed.
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?
Schwei's Devils Notes: Elias Finishes Strong, NJ Snaps Season-Worst Losing StreakThe New Jersey Devils said goodbye to the 2015-16 season and perhaps to their all-time leading scorer while also saying hello to three players who could be a big part of their future.
Devils' Elias Reconsidering His Future After Enjoyable Final WeekPatrik Elias is suddenly thinking about playing an 18th season in the NHL. Whether it's with the New Jersey Devils remains to be seen.
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).
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.