Category Archives: New Jersey Devils
Without question the most touted free agent on the market this season, David Clarkson is almost certainly going to get paid. The real debacle comes with the age old concept of getting a return on an investment. The New Jersey Devils have until early July to decide formally what they are willing to do with the grinding power forward. However, a line has to be drawn.
The 2012-13 season for the New Jersey Devils can be seen as a season lost to a lack off offensive production, loss of steady defense, and the absence of a true identity compared to the team that had run all the way to the finals the year before. With that being said, the Devils are in control of their own destiny heading into a very deep draft with a ninth overall pick. Amid much speculation and rumor talk, here are some of the options and needs that the Devils will have heading into the entry draft and free agency:
Part of the NHL’s new Stadium Series, the New Jersey Devils will play the first of two outdoor games at Yankee Stadium against the rival New York Rangers on January 26, 2014. (more…)
When the 2013 season ended for the New Jersey Devils with another disappointing loss to the Rangers, some players, most notably Ilya Kovalchuk, took off for Helsinki to wash out the bad taste of the season by playing in the World Championships. Most others headed home to contemplate why a team that had gotten to the sixth game of the Stanley Cup Final the previous season was now among the 14 NHL teams that somehow miss the postseason. (more…)