Why Mike Cammalleri and the Devils chose each other
thehockeynews.com Updated Aug 17 (3 days ago)
At the risk of sounding blasphemous, Mike Cammalleri’s deal with the Devils was all about faith. He chose the team that believed in him most and the team he believed in most. Calgary fans were disappointed but not surprised when he left in free agency a…Upvote Share Tweet
Puck Daddy's Summer of Disappointment: New Jersey Devils Editionyahoo.com Aug 15 (4 days ago)(Ed. Note: There’s entirely too much sunshine in the summer. So your friends at Puck Daddy are offering a month of thrown shade and perpetual gloom. Behold, our Summer of Disappointment series, in which we ask fans of all 30 teams to recall the biggest …Upvote Share Tweet
What burning questions remain this NHL off-season?thehockeynews.com Aug 12These truly are the dog days of summer. Players, GMs and coaches get their brief time off between the free agency boom and training camps. Media have time to do fun stuff like rank every logo in the NHL. With no hockey, we spend our nights watching Bach…Upvote Share Tweet
Should these five aging NHL veterans hang in there or hang ‘em up?thehockeynews.com Aug 8As we approach late summer, a handful of older NHL veterans remain unsigned. And that begs the question: are they not listening to Father Time telling them they’re due to retire, or are they right to hold out in the hope a job opens up for them? Let’s t…Upvote Share Tweetthehockeynews.com Aug 5First, Fenwick Close. Then, the world. We saw it two weeks ago when the Toronto Maple Leafs named Kyle Dubas assistant GM. Last week, it was the New Jersey Devils’ turn, as they hired Sunny Mehta. Statistician Eric Tulsky also works for a mystery NHL te…Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Aug 1Here are your Puck Headlines: A glorious collection of news and views collected from the greatest blogosphere in sports and the few, the proud, the mainstream hockey media. • Had to know this was coming now that the Finnish Flash has hung up the skates …Upvote Share TweetWhy did the New Jersey Devils fail to make the playoffs last season? Many would point to how they catered to a 41-year-old goalie with a .906 even-strength save percentage in 39 starts. And they’d have a point. But the bigger points are the ones the tea…Upvote Share TweetThe New Jersey Devils locked up 31-year-old defenseman Andy Greene to a five-year extension that will kick in after next season, the final year of his current contract. The new pact will have a cap hit of $5 million. Greene is a leader and underrated pl…Upvote Share Tweet
At what point this summer do we change the “U” in UFA to unwanted?thehockeynews.com Jul 30For those NHL players who don’t step willingly into retirement, there eventually comes a day when UFA stands for unwanted free agent rather than unrestricted free agent. As July ends and August begins, we’re now closer to the start of NHL training camps…Upvote Share Tweet
THN’s pre-season prediction debates underscores how parity has made the NHL unpredictablethehockeynews.com Jul 20Every year around this time, THN’s editorial staff convenes in a boardroom to hash out our pre-season NHL predictions. The predictions meeting is a raucous couple of hours in which, after consulting with coaches, scouts, and our larger network of contac…Upvote Share TweetFormer New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur remains available in this summer’s unrestricted free agent market. The Bergen Record’s Tom Gulitti recently reported Brodeur spoke with Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay about their backup jobs, but both clubs w…Upvote Share Tweet
Cory Schneider holds the key to the Metropolitan Division (Trending Topics)yahoo.com Jul 18The New Jersey Devils have had a relatively quiet summer. Their biggest change was letting their previous franchise goaltender walk in favor of a guy who might become their next one. At least, that's what they're banking on. They've added minimally to t…Upvote Share Tweet
Cory Schneider holds the key to the Metropolitan Division (Trending Topics)yahoo.com Jul 18The New Jersey Devils have had a relatively quiet summer. Their biggest change was letting their previous franchise goaltender walk in favor of a guy who might become their next one. At least, that's what they're banking on. They've added minimally to t…Upvote Share TweetNHL.com Jul 17Jacob Josefson has re-signed with the New Jersey Devils, according to NJ.com, which reports the forward received a two-year, $1.6 million contract. Josefson, 23, had one goal and three points in 27 games last season. The 20th pick in the 200...Upvote Share Tweet
Martin Brodeur still looking for right fit, eyes post-NHL job with Devilsyahoo.com Jul 17Martin Brodeur is still waiting. It’s July 17 and the 42-year old future Hall of Fame goaltender remains a free agent after cutting ties with the New Jersey Devils, the only NHL organization he’s ever known. As he waits, he’s spending the week in Lake T…Upvote Share Tweet
The NHL’s weakest division? Um, “congratulations”, Metrothehockeynews.com Jul 15When the NHL made its most recent realignment, last season, it reemphasized the importance of divisional play by also restructuring its playoff format. The wild card element throws a bit of a wrench into it from year-to-year, but for the most part, team…Upvote Share Tweet
Three playoff teams who could miss in 2014-15, and three non-playoff teams who could get inthehockeynews.com Jul 12If only the puck bounced this way or that way. If only Wade Dubielewicz hadn’t stood on his head in a random shootout performance on the last day of the season. Making or missing the playoffs often comes down to a few chance occurrences. It’s thus reaso…Upvote Share TweetCory Schneider has never played more than 45 games in an NHL season. But starting in 2015-16, he’ll be one of eight (possibly nine) NHL goalies who will make at least $6 million against the cap. Wednesday, shortly after the Kane/Toews signings were anno…Upvote Share Tweet
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