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Everyone Freak Out, It's a Frenzy! - The 2012 NHL Free Agency Open Post

With 6 UFAs including Zach Parise & Martin Brodeur, and about $9 million from the salary cap floor, the New Jersey Devils will have a lot to do today - the first day of free agency for 2012. This is an open post for Devils fans to discuss and react to what's happening.

Eric Boulton to be bought out

Bob McKenzie is reporting that Boulton's been placed on unconditional waivers to be bought out. Quick thoughts on this? Yes. Yes. Yes.

New Jersey Devils Shore Up Depth as Top Devil UFAs Look Towards July 1

The New Jersey Devils officially re-signed Steve Bernier, Ryan Carter, Stephen Gionta, and Peter Harrold to shore up the depth of the roster for next season. This leaves their top impending free agents, like Zach Parise and Martin Brodeur, remaining and I have some thoughts on that as July 1 comes ever closer.

Martin Brodeur Likely To Test Free Agency, According To Report

(SB Nation) -- New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur will likely the free agent market on July 1, according to a report from TSN, after "limited negotiations" with the team.The 40-year-old...

Martin Brodeur May Test Free Agency

Tom Gulitti reported that Martin Brodeur has hired Pat Brisson to represent Marty if he does not sign a deal with the Devils by Sunday. Brodeur has not had an agent represent him in years.

The Potential Return of the Fourth Line from the 2012 New Jersey Devils Playoff Run

Steve Bernier is close to re-signing with the New Jersey Devils and Ryan Carter and Stephen Gionta may be close soon. Since the team's fourth line from the 2012 playoffs may be returning, I discuss what that means going forward.

New Jersey Devils Impending Roster Shake-Up

New Jersey Devils Impending Roster Shake-Up, Will the NJDevils of 2013 be that much different? Also, what do they need to be contenders for the Cup again?

Stickland: Cam Janssen re-signed for $575k, one year, two-way deal

Andy Strickland is reporting that the New Jersey Devils have re-signed Cam Janssen. It'll be a two-way deal where he'll get $575,000 in the NHL and $105,000 in the AHL for a season. Yeah, a guy with no goals, 1 assist, 17 shots, and less than 5 minutes of average ice time in 48 games while being a possession black hole got a new contract. I don't need to make a full post to explain that I don't like this move at all. Just look at the Player Usage Chart for NJ at Hockey Abstract and weep at #25.

A Summary of Notable Impending UFA Wingers that the New Jersey Devils May Consider on 7/1

With the New Jersey Devils preparing for unrestricted free agents to start signing with teams on July 1, I take a look at some of the notable impending UFA wingers for this upcoming offseason and summarize their pros and cons for the Devils.

New Jersey Devils Podcast Talking Red: Episode 74 - Draft Review & Prepping for Free Agency

On this week's episode of Talking Red, David Sarch and John Fischer review the New Jersey Devils draft class of 2012 and discuss impending free agents not named Zach Parise and then bring him up later among other recent topics.

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