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What NJ Devils UFA Signing from this Summer Do You Like the Least Now?


In light of yesterday's post on whether Ilya Kovalchuk is worth the assets allowed, I ask the readers which unrestricted free agent signing from the summer do they like the least right now.

New Jersey Devils' July 1st Signings - Initial Thoughts & Questions


The New Jersey Devils made a few important signings: Henrik Tallinder, Anton Volchenkov, and Johan Hedberg. I have plenty of thoughts and questions about the signings; I doubt that the Devils got...

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.

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.

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