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Buyout Beware: Devils & The 7 Bought Out Forwards


As of Sunday night, there have been seven bought out forwards in the National Hockey League. . Since the New Jersey Devils could improve at forward, this post looks at those seven players as to...

NJ Devils CBGB Line: Who Should be Kept?


With the start of free agency looming, the New Jersey Devils need to make some tough decisions about who to keep and who to let walk. One decision revolves around the team's fourth line, all of...

Devils Underwhelm at 2014 NHL Draft


The New Jersey Devils have a dearth of offensive forwards in their system and they didn't really address it with their 6 picks in the 2014 NHL Draft. While they picked some players with legitimate...

Devils Use Last Pick on Brandon Baddock


Unless they make a move for another pick, the New Jersey Devils used their last pick in the 2014 NHL Draft on a bruising 19-year old forward named Brandon Baddock of the Edmonton Oil Kings. This is...

Devils Draft Joey Dudek in 6th Rd. of 2014 Draft


The New Jersey Devils got Florida's sixth round pick by trading Krys Barch in 2013. They used that pick to take BC-committed forward Joey Dudek. This is a quick reaction post of the selection.

Devils Took Ryan Rehill at 131st Overall


The New Jersey Devils go back to the Western Hockey League to take another defenseman. At 131st overall, they drafted the hard-hitting, penalty-minute-earning, defensive-minded Ryan Rehill. This is...

Devils Obtain Connor Chatham at 71st Overall


In the third round of the NHL Draft, the New Jersey Devils drafted a large, potential energy forward in Connor Chatham. This is a quick reaction post to the selection.

Devils Took Josh Jacobs in 2nd Rd. of 2014 Draft


The New Jersey Devils had a chance to select a forward in the second round. Instead, they picked Josh Jacobs of the Indiana Ice at 41st overall. He's a defenseman who skates well and has good...

Devils Drafted John Quenneville at 30th Overall


The New Jersey Devils needed a forward and they drafted one: John Quenneville of the Brandon Wheat Kings. Learn more about his game and why this pick is OK - but perhaps not the best they could...

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