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Rostislav Olesz released by Devils to Play in Switzerland


Lou Lamoriello let the media know today that Olesz would be leaving the Albany Devils for a job in Switzerland and the Devils would not be blocking him from doing so. From the story at Fire and Ice: "He came over with the intent and hope of playing in the NHL and he had some substantial situations he could have done in Europe," Lamoriello said. "He wanted to play in the NHL and when it didn’t work out he went to Albany and was outstanding with the players there. This is a quality individual, but I think he decided he played enough in the American League last year (with Rockford). It was a decision he made."

Four Reasons Why the New Jersey Devils Solely Relying on LTIR for Cap Relief Isn't Smart


The New Jersey Devils apparent plan to get underneath the salary cap is to put Bryce Salvador and Anssi Salmela on long term injured reserve. While this would work, I give 4 reasons why the lack of...

New Jersey Devils Make First Moves, Have More to Make by October 6


The New Jersey Devils assigned 5 more players to Albany today, bringing their roster down to 23 players. However, the Devils still have to make moves to be cap compliant by October 6. This post...

The Jason Arnott Trade Wasn't for Nostalgia, but for Offense


The New Jersey Devils traded for Jason Arnott today and initial thoughts focused on how he's returning to New Jersey. However, this analysis shows that the trade was not made for nostalgia, but for...

Brendan Shanahan Placed on Waivers


Tom Gulitti confirmed from Lou what Bob McKenzie originally reported in a tweet that the New Jersey Devils placed Brendan Shanahan on waivers. Shanahan was moved - temporarily in retrospect - to a non-roster list yesterday, which allowed Ilkka Pikkarainen to be activated for last night's game. So here's a question: Will anyone pick up Shanahan?

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