Tag: 2009-10 devils prospects

Change Scope

Filter By

Adam Henrique and Windsor Spitfires Demolish Brandon Wheat Kings to Win 2010 Memorial Cup


Adam Henrique and Harry Young helped lead the Windsor Spitfires to the 2010 Memorial Cup. I offer a brief summary, as well as pointing out why Devils fans should be excited for Henrique's success.

CapGeek: Eric Gelinas signed to 3 Year Entry Level Deal with Devils


CapGeek has been informed that 2009 second round draft pick Eric Gelinas has been signed to a 3 year Entry Level Deal. It's a two-way deal, with a NHL cap hit of $690k should he make it to New Jersey. Gelinas finished his season with the Chicoutimi Sagueneens in the QMJHL. UPDATE: Thanks to LangsForPres in the comments, the official website reports that the Devils signed overage Kitchener Rangers defenseman Dan Kelly as well. No word yet from CapGeek on the contract, but I would think Kelly will ply his trade in the minors first since he can't go back to the OHL.

Follow Urbom, Young, and Henrique in the Memorial Cup at Puck Worlds


Philly is currently losing 3-1 after the first period as I write this. But in a few minutes, the 2010 Memorial Cup will begin! Follow the action through the new SBN blog Puck Worlds. It's not just for international hockey, but also juniors. They got a link to a webstream (may be Canada-only?); so go there and see Devils prospects tonight face-off: Alexander Urbom with tourney hosts Brandon against Harry Young and Adam Henrique of OHL champions Windsor.

New Jersey Devils Sign Mattias Tedenby & Jacob Josefson; Why We May See Them in 2010-11


The New Jersey Devils made their first signings of the 2010 offseason by signing prospects Mattias Tedenby and Jacob Josefson. The media reaction on both sides and an explanation as to why both...

Devils sign Tedenby and Josefson


While I'm pretty happy about these signings, I don't think they'll have an immediate impact. I'm glad they'll be in the system, but Josefson's still a little green to be that Centerman we need so desperately, and Tedenby.. honestly how many left-wings can one team have? Editor's Note: This is the first (and second) signing of the 2010 offseason for the New Jersey Devils. Expect more thoughts soon.

Harry Young, Adam Henrique, and Windsor Spitfires win Second Straight OHL Championship


The Windsor Spitfires followed up their 2009 championship campaign with another one in 2010. They swept the Barrie Colts tonight with a decisive 6-2 win. The Spitfires are now the first OHL team since 1991-92 (Greyhounds) to win consecutive championships. Congratulations to Windsor for the accomplishment. The playoffs were quite good for the Devils prospects on Windsor. Defenseman Harry Young only put up 1 assist and picked up 24 PIM, but the defensive defenseman was the captain of the championship team. Excellent experience for him, certainly. Adam Henrique should be receiving all kinds of praise. He finished 6th in OHL playoff scoring with 25 points, which is very good. He was fantastic at goal scoring - he put up 20 goals in 19 playoff games to finish tied with Jeff Skinner in OHL playoff scoring. Yes, 20 goals in 19 games - including a hat trick in Game 3 of the Finals. Henrique was awarded the Wayne Gretzky Award as the MVP of the OHL Playoffs. The WJCs, another OHL championship, and a playoff MVP award - 2009-10 has been superb for Henrique! Windsor's season will continue in the Memorial Cup, hosted by Brandon - featuring Devils prospect Alexander Urbom. The tournament of CHL champions and the hosts will begin on May 14. Henrique and Young join Mattias Tedenby as Devils prospects to have won championships with their teams in 2009-10. Congratulations to everyone involved.

HV71 Defeated Djurgardens to win SEL Playoffs


This is old news, but HV71, featuring Devils prospect Mattias Tedenby, defeated Djurgardens, featuring Devils prospect Jacob Josefson, 4 games to 2 to win the 2010 SEL Playoffs. Tedenby and Josefson put up 5 points in the playoffs, but the experience alone is worthy of mention. Congratulations to Tedenby and HV71, who have won their second championship in three years.

New Jersey Devils Prospect Stat Roundup for March 2010


With several New Jersey Devils prospects entering the playoffs and the Lowell Devils fighting to make it to the postseason, I compiled all of the stats for the top Devils prospects, notable minor...

Log In Sign Up

Log In Sign Up

Forgot password?

We'll email you a reset link.

If you signed up using a 3rd party account like Facebook or Twitter, please login with it instead.

Forgot password?

Try another email?

Almost done,

By becoming a registered user, you are also agreeing to our Terms and confirming that you have read our Privacy Policy.

Join In Lou We Trust

You must be a member of In Lou We Trust to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at In Lou We Trust. You should read them.

Join In Lou We Trust

You must be a member of In Lou We Trust to participate.

We have our own Community Guidelines at In Lou We Trust. You should read them.




Choose an available username to complete sign up.

In order to provide our users with a better overall experience, we ask for more information from Facebook when using it to login so that we can learn more about our audience and provide you with the best possible experience. We do not store specific user data and the sharing of it is not required to login with Facebook.