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July 31, 2015
Devils rookies will play games before training camp opens
GM Ray Shero, scouting director Paul Castron in Lake Placid this week Breaking with their long-standing tradition of holding rookie camp in New Jersey several days before veterans report, the Devils are planning to have their draft picks and tryouts play some...
New scouting director Paul Castron: Devils' turnaround could be quick
Changes in scouting staff could be coming, but none yet How much faith does new Devils director of amateur scouting Paul Castron have in general manager and longtime buddy Ray Shero? Castron, who replaces David Conte, was willing to leave a Columbus Blue...
Devils name Paul Castron director of amateur scouting
Succeeds David Conte NEWARK -- Paul Castron, who spent the last 16 seasons with the Columbus Blue Jackets, Friday was named the Devils' director of amateur scouting. The move came three weeks after the Devils parted company with longtime director of scouting...
Goalie Cory Schneider still hopes to win a Stanley Cup with rebuilding Devils
Cory Schneider is 29 years old and the Devils are rebuilding under new general manager Ray Shero. It may be a few seasons before they are in contention to win a Stanley Cup. But the goaltender said he isn't worried about being too old to win a Cup in New Jersey even though it took him...
July 30, 2015
Middletown's Trevor van Riemsdyk shares Stanley Cup with local community
Chicago Blackhawks defenseman shows hometown, youth team and alma mater hockey's holy grail Hundreds of people lined up outside the Middletown Arts Center on a hot, humid Thursday afternoon to see the holy grail of hockey, the Stanley Cup, and meet the young man...
Flyers sign Jakub Voracek to 8-year, $66M deal, report says
Forward has recorded 85 goals and 238 points in 290 games with Philly The Philadelphia Flyers signed forward Jakub Voracek to an eight-year, $66 million contract extension on Thursday, according to a report by TSN. Voracek, 25, scored 22 goals and had 59...
Ken Daneyko writes an insider's view on Lou Lamoriello
Former defenseman writes for The Players' Tribune Former Devils defenseman Ken Daneyko, now a TV analyst for the team, called Lou Lamoriello "still one of the brightest hockey minds in the business" in a story he wrote for The Players' Tribune. In the...
Dainius Zubrus clears waivers, sees Devils getting younger
Unrestricted free agent says he can still play in NHL An unrestricted free agent after clearing waivers at noon Thursday, Dainius Zubrus said he still believes he has enough left at age 37 to be a productive player for another NHL club. "I do believe I do. This year I...
July 29, 2015
Dainius Zubrus leaves Devils with no bitterness
Winger: 'I get that this is not personal'   Dainius Zubrus was always at his best during the Stanley Cup playoffs, when he played with a passion that his teammates and coaches recognized. But in recent years the Devils have failed to make the playoffs...
Devils' Cory Schneider takes batting practice in Fenway Park
Red Sox fan fulfills a dream Devils goaltender Cory Schneider, a Massachusetts native, met Boston Red Sox manager John Farrell and took batting practice at Fenway Park. Schneider, who of often wears a Red Sox cap or New England Patriots hat around the Devils'...
Devils put Dainius Zubrus on waivers to buy out contract
Veteran winger would've earned $3.1 million this season NEWARK -- The Devils placed forward Dainius Zubrus on unconditional waivers at noon Wednesday for the purpose of terminating his contract. If another NHL team does not claim Zubrus by noon Thursday, the...
Juice List 2015: 10 people who could crack the list next year
Looking into the crystal ball for the men and women who could have significant "juice" in 2016. So who did I miss? Putting together the Juice List, the annual ranking of the most influential people in New Jersey sports, is hardly a scientific process. I...
Choosing the best assistant coaches in Devils' history
Who helped win the 3 Stanley Cups, influenced players? How much of a difference can an assistant coach or a goaltending coach make for an NHL team? Scott Stevens may have helped turn Adam Larsson's career around, and Larry Robinson had a major impact on several...
You can design one of Cory Schneider's Devils goalie masks
Devils' No. 1 will judge contest entries NEWARK -- Goalie masks are personal. Martin Brodeur had the names of his children on the back of his mask and kissed them before the start of every game. Keith Kinkaid's mask features devils tails and faux...
Juice List 2015: Why Odell Beckham Jr. is the most influential person in New Jersey sports
Beckham, the first active athlete to ever earn the top spot on this list, has the talent to transform the Giants into a must-see team this season. Odell Beckham Jr. made the greatest single catch anyone had seen in a football game last season. Who knew there could be...
July 28, 2015
New assistant GM Tom Fitzgerald explains his role with Devils
A connection with Lou Lamoriello NEWARK -- Tom Fitzgerald was a student and hockey player at Providence College back in 1987 when athletic director Lou Lamoriello left the school to become president and, ultimately, general manager of the Devils. Fitzgerald had...
When will the Devils retire Martin Brodeur's No. 30?
GM Ray Shero says Lou Lamoriello also should be honored NEWARK -- A plan to retire Martin Brodeur's No. 30 and raising a banner with that number to the rafters in Prudential Center was already in the works when Ray Shero was named Devils' general manager back...
Juice List 2015: The most influential person in Rutgers sports might surprise you -- Nos. 2-5
Governor Christie is back on the list, as are three other men who have been No. 1 in past years. Juice is power. Juice is influence. Juice is also subjective. Each summer, sports columnist Steve Politi ranks the most influential people in New Jersey sports — a...
July 27, 2015
Devils will be televised nationally just once this season
Jan. 10 game in Minnesota Watch video The Devils will be televised nationally on NBCSN just once this season. That game will be the Jan. 10 meeting with the Wild in Minnesota. Here is the full NBC/NBCSN schedule: October Wed., Oct. 7 N.Y...
VOTE: What has been Devils GM Ray Shero's best move so far?
He signed Adam Larsson long term and traded for Kyle Palmieri Ray Shero has put his stamp on the Devils since becoming the team's general manager on May 4. If there was any doubt that he was in full control of rebuilding the Devils, that ended last week when Lou...
Are the Devils in Boston College freshman Casey Fitzgerald's future?
Dad, Tom Fitzgerald, is now assistant Devils GM Are the Devils in Boston College freshman Casey Fitzgerald's future? The NHL team has a longstanding connection with B.C. and last week Casey's father, Tom Fitzgerald, was named Devils' assistant general...
Juice List 2015: Devils GM Ray Shero debuts with a political powerbroker -- Nos. 6-10
Where does Giants coach Tom Coughlin rank? What about Jets owner Woody Johnson? Juice is power. Juice is influence. Juice is also subjective. Each summer, sports columnist Steve Politi ranks the most influential people in New Jersey sports — a list that includes...
July 25, 2015
Devils re-sign defenseman Adam Larsson to 6-year deal
Larsson had been scheduled for a salary arbitration hearing on July 29. Another piece of the puzzle is in place for the Devils. The team announced Saturday that it has re-signed defenseman Adam Larsson. He gets a six-year deal, worth an average of almost $4.2 million...
Lou Lamoriello: I missed being a general manager
Former Devils GM isn't out to prove he hasn't lost it As he sat at the Devils' draft table in Florida without the power to call the shots and then watched as Ray Shero made the decisions when the free agency window opened a few days later, Lou Lamoriello...
July 24, 2015
Devils surprise fire victim with new hockey gear (PHOTOS)
The 17-year-old hockey goalie thought he was going to the rink to pick up some donated gear, but found new equipment. NEWARK- Akiel Fogoe had a big smile on his face as he walked into the New Jersey Devils locker room and saw a custom made jersey and new goalie...
Lou Lamoriello insists he left Devils for Toronto Maple Leafs with no animosity
Lamoriello said leaving Devils "not easy" during radio interview with WFAN. Lou Lamoriello says he never envisioned working for another NHL club. Not after running the Devils for 28 years and building three Stanley Cup championship...
Tom Fitzgerald leaves Penguins assistant GM job for similar position with Devils
Fitzgerald worked under Shero for seven seasons in Pittsburgh. Devils new general manager Ray Shero is raiding his old club. First, Shero nabbed new head coach John Hynes from the Pittsburgh Penguins farm system in June and now he's swiped a member of their...
Lou Lamoriello thanks Devils fans, New Jersey in full-page Star-Ledger ad
A fond farewell from the new Toronto Maple Leafs general manager. Devils owners, former players and members of the Maple Leafs brass had plenty to say on Thursday about the departure of Lou Lamoriello from New Jersey and his arrival in...
Juice List 2015: Carli Lloyd debuts on the list with two NFL GMs -- Nos. 11-15
Where does Rutgers football coach Kyle Flood rank in 2015? Also, a women's soccer star makes her first appearance on the list. Juice is power. Juice is influence. Juice is also subjective. Each summer, sports columnist Steve Politi ranks the most influential...
Is ESPN's Colin Cowherd a racist? Recent comments seem to indicate yes
So, he really likes white people and thinks Dominicans aren't very bright Remember back in March, when ESPN's Colin Cowherd was discussing his bracket of states and became upset when Oregon was only a 14th seed? Here's what he said: Cowherd: 14 seed? Producer:...
Lou Lamoriello resigns from Devils to join Maple Leafs: A roundup of NJ.com's coverage
Here's a look at all of our posts from Thursday. In one shocking moment on Thursday, the news broke: Legendary longtime Devils president Lou Lamoriello had resigned from his role with New Jersey and went up north to be the general manager of the Toronto...
July 23, 2015
Devils should honor Lou Lamoriello with a banner in the rafters | Politi
Lamoriello's move to Toronto is the rare leadership change that makes sense for everybody. This was, in the end, the rare leadership change in professional sports that made sense for everybody.  It made sense for Lou Lamoriello to take the plunge as general...
Devils GM Ray Shero talks about Lou Lamoriello's departure for Toronto
He was surprised by the move to the Maple Leafs With the departure of Lou Lamoriello from the Devils, it is now an opportunity for general manager Ray Shero to put him imprint on the team without any influence from his predecessor. Shero took part in a conference...
Devils owner Josh Harris addresses Lou Lamoriello's departure
Being president 'wasn't working' for Lamoriello On a Thursday conference call, Devils co-owner Josh Harris addressed the decision by Lou Lamoriello to resign as president and accept the position as general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. Harris, who was...
Ex-Devil Lou Lamoriello was best GM in NY-NJ area, Yankees' Brian Cashman says
And the Toronto Maple Leafs are "very fortunate" to have him, Cashman adds NEW YORK -- Lou Lamoriello has been the "best (general manager) in the tristate area in all sports" and the Toronto Maples Leafs are "very fortunate" to have hired him, his...
Brendan Shanahan thanks Devils for allowing him to sign Lou Lamoriello
Lamoriello on new job: 'I'm excited' Lou Lamoriello, wearing a Toronto Maple Leafs pin on his lapel, was introduced as general manager of the team Thursday. The Devils' former GM resigned earlier in the day as New Jersey's president. In order for the...
The Devils' next president: How about Ken Daneyko?
Former defenseman says he'd take job if offered NEWARK -- Who will be the next president of the Devils now that Lou Lamoriello has left? How about Ken Daneyko? Brendan Shanahan and Cam Neely are presidents of the Toronto Maple Leafs and Boston Bruins...
Ken Daneyko saw Lou Lamoriello's exit from Devils coming
The former defenseman on why Toronto is perfect for Lou NEWARK -- Former Devils defenseman and current TV color analyst Ken Daneyko was intrigued when he heard Lou Lamoriello had resigned Thursday as president of the club. But he was not shocked when...
Lou Lamoriello to Toronto Maple Leafs: LIVE news conference coverage
Lamoriello speaks publicly for the first time since leaving the Devils for the Maple Leafs. For 28 years, Lou Lamoriello's name was synonymous with the long-term success enjoyed by the New Jersey Devils. It's safe to say the franchise doesn't win those three Stanley...
Why Lou Lamoriello paved his own way out of Devils' front office
Did he lose his touch? Lou Lamoriello, the architect of the Devils' three Stanley Cup championships, is now general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs. While it wasn't shocking that he decided to resign as president, it was surprising that Lamoriello got another...
N.J. Sports Now: Devils won't miss Lou Lamoriello (VIDEO)
Lou Lamoriello leaving the Devils for Toronto was a shock, but it actually could be a good thing for the franchise. Watch video After nearly three decades of excellence inside the Devils front office, Lou Lamoriello is off to Toronto. The sudden...
Ex-Devils GM Lou Lamoriello to Toronto: A 'home run' for Maple Leafs
Maple Leafs head coach Mike Babcock is excited to have Lamoriello joining him in Toronto. New Jersey's loss is Toronto's gain. Lou Lamoriello resigned Thursday as Devils president to head north and become general manager of the Maple Leafs. Lamoriello won three...
5 reasons why Lou Lamoriello left the Devils for the Toronto Maple Leafs
His duties were limited in New Jersey NEWARK -- The decision made by Lou Lamoriello to resign as president of the Devils did not come as a shock. His decision to become general manager of the Toronto Maple Leafs did. Here are 5 reasons why Lamoriello left the...
Delivering a Stanley Cup to Toronto would cement Lou Lamoriello as the G.O.A.T | Politi
Lamoriello was never going to fade off into the sunset. Can he turn Toronto into a winner? We should have known better. For nearly three decades, Lou Lamoriello took orders from no one -- not the men who actually owned his hockey team, not the coaches who were as...
Lou Lamoriello resigns: What were his best free agent signings for Devils?
A list of the former general manager's best moves NEWARK -- Pushed aside by the Devils in a recent front-office shakeup, Lou Lamoriello has resigned as club president and has taken a job as the Toronto Maple Leafs' general manager. MORE: What did Lamoriello...
What did Lou Lamoriello have to say when he left the Devils for the Toronto Maple Leafs?
Lamoriello will have plenty more to say once he gets to Toronto. The offseason of change for the Devils continued Thursday with word that Lou Lamoriello resigned as team president to become general manager for the Toronto Maple Leafs. Lamoriello had stepped down...
Devils owners praise Lou Lamoriello as he heads to Toronto Maple Leafs
Lamoriello leaves Devils to become GM of the Maple Leafs. In a head-spinning move, the Devils announced Thursday that Lou Lamoriello stepped down as team president. Moments later, the Toronto Maple Leafs put out a statement announcing they have hired...
Here's Twitter reaction to Lou Lamoriello resigning from Devils and joining Maple Leafs
A lot of shock on social media Thursday morning. It's a move no one saw coming: Lou Lamoriello, the Devils' longtime president who recently stepped down as general manager, resigned and joined the Toronto Maple Leafs, who are looking for some kind of stability to bring...
Lou Lamoriello resigns as Devils President to become Toronto Maple Leafs General Manager
Lamoriello had resigned as Devils GM in May. The Lou Lamoriello era is officially over for the New Jersey Devils, who announced Thursday that he is resigning as President of the team. He had previously stepped down as general manager on May 4, when the Devils...
Juice List 2015: Where does Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann rank? -- Nos. 16-20
Where does Rutgers athletic director Julie Hermann fall on the list? Also, a rookie NFL head coach makes his first appearance. Juice is power. Juice is influence. Juice is also subjective. Each summer, sports columnist Steve Politi ranks the most influential people in...
July 22, 2015
Words of praise for a Devils goalie from a former Rangers star
Mike Richter predicts Cory Schneider will win a Stanley Cup NEWARK -- Cory Schneider grew up in Massachusetts idolizing Mike Richter because the former Rangers star was paving the way for American-born goalies. Schneider, the Devils' No. 1 goaltender...
Commissioner Gary Bettman on Devils and NHL expansion
Are Las Vegas and Quebec City foregone conclusions? NEWARK -- NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, speaking at a Beyond Sport United symposium at Prudential Center, said the league is thrilled with the stability of the Devils and denied that expansion to Las Vegas...
Jaromir Jagr meets LeBron James and the ex-Devils forward gushes over the Cleveland Cavalier (PHOTO)
One legend snaps a pic with another. Don't you just love when legendary athletes meet their counterparts in other sports and go from pros to fanboys in a second? RELATED: Jaromir Jagr takes another shot at Devils Here's an example: Ex-Devils/Flyers/Rangers...
July 21, 2015
5 things still on Devils GM Ray Shero's plate before training camp
Ryane Clowe, some signings, training camp invites and time off Watch video NEWARK -- Having worked non-stop since being hired as the Devils' general manager on May 4, Ray Shero plans to take some vacation time before training camp opens...
2-year contract shows Devils' faith in defenseman Seth Helgeson
GM Ray Shero didn't want to lose him as unrestricted free agent When he reported to training camp last September, Seth Helgeson might have seen the writing on the wall. The Devils had too many defensemen to give him a realistic chance of sticking with the...
Juice List 2015: Revisiting past lists of the most influential people in N.J. sports
The sports landscape in New Jersey is always shifting, and as a result, so is this list. This will be the seventh installment of the Juice List, my annual ranking of the most influential people in New Jersey sports, and what has surprised me the most is how...
July 20, 2015
Can Devils get Adam Larsson signed before July 29 arbitration hearing?
Aug. 18 deadline for first-round draft pick Pavel Zacha NEWARK -- Ray Shero believes the Devils can get free agent defenseman Adam Larsson signed before his scheduled July 29 salary arbitration hearing, but the GM isn't forcing the issue. Shero told NJ Advance...
Another former Devils player suffering years later from head trauma
Bernie Nicholls is suing the NHL Add Bernie Nicholls to the growing list of former Devils who suffered brain damage during their NHL careers and are experiencing the trauma years after retiring. Nicholls played 84 regular season and 21 playoff games for the Devils...
With 1-way contract, Stefan Matteau believes Devils have faith he'll produce
Coach John Hynes saw him play in the AHL Watch video The way Stefan Matteau sees it, new Devils head coach John Hynes must feel the 21-year-old winger has what it takes to become an impact player in the NHL after seeing him play against...
5 impressions from last week's Devils development camp
Who stood out? Head coach John Hynes spelled it out to Devils prospects before they ever stepped onto the ice for last week's development camp. No matter what they did during the six-day camp, they could not win a job on the NHL roster for the upcoming season. But...
Juice List 2015: Help us pick the most influential people in New Jersey sports
Who do you think should top our list of the most powerful people in the sports you love? Let us know. When I launched the "Juice List" seven years ago, the mission seemed easy: Rank the 25 most influential people in New Jersey sports. And yet ... it's complicated...
July 17, 2015
Devils re-sign Stefan Matteau, give him a 2-year deal
The young forward will be a Devil for the next two seasons. The Devils announced former first-round pick Stefan Matteau re-signed with the franchise that drafted him in 2012 with the 29th overall pick. Matteau signed a two-year deal worth an average of...
Development camp: top Devils prospects get off the ice, visit N.J. hospitals (PHOTOS)
Devils prospects visited N.J. kids in hospitals Thursday. NEWARK -- If you're going to be a New Jersey Devil, you're going to connect with the people in New Jersey.  That's the message the NHL team's management sent to prospective players Thursday when the 42...
Ray Shero's first major change as Devils GM may surprise you | Politi
The team is embracing a new philosophy. But will it matter if the team doesn't improve on the ice. Watch video NEWARK - It was 85 degrees outside with roughly 1000 percent humidity in the air, the kind of July day that makes you dream about a...
Devils goalie Anthony Brodeur sticks up for his dad
Will Martin Brodeur ever return to Devils? NEWARK -- Martin Brodeur, one of the greatest players in Devils' history, has turned his back on the franchise and aligned himself with the St. Louis Blues. Disgraceful. Anthony Brodeur, the future Hall of Famer's...
July 16, 2015
Devils: Pavel Zacha's nose not broken; John Quenneville back on ice
Goalie Anthony Brodeur stays off ice because of sore knee NEWARK -- Pavel Zacha, whose nose was bloodied when he was struck by Blake Pietila's stick during Wednesday's 3-on-3 tournament at the Devils' development camp, practiced Thursday and reported no...
Does defenseman Raman Hrabarenka offer an element the Devils need?
What other defenseman will play that physical style? NEWARK -- When the Devils' potential depth chart at defense is scrutinized, it usually includes Andy Greene, Damon Severson, Adam Larsson, John Moore, Eric Gelinas and Jon Merrill in the top six. That would...
Young, aggressive Blake Coleman fits Devils' new plan
Can he earn a spot in the NHL? NEWARK -- If the Devils' new management team is indeed looking to get younger, faster and more aggressive this season, there are several rookies who will be closely watched when training camp opens in September. Among them are...
July 15, 2015
When will the Stanley Cup be coming to New Jersey?
The Cup is coming to Middletown If you've ever wanted an up-close look at the Stanley Cup, here's your chance. The Cup will be coming to the Middletown Arts Center on Thursday, July 30, from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Chicago Blackhawks defenseman and Middletown native Trevor...
How badly was Devils first-round draft pick Pavel Zacha hurt in 3-on-3 game?
Anthony Brodeur also banged up NEWARK -- Pavel Zacha, the Devils' first-round pick in last month's NHL entry draft, showed coach John Hynes something in his first completive game for the club. After suffering a bloody nose when he was struck by Blake...
Devils' 3-on-3 development camp scrimmage
Rosters for 4-team breakdown Watch video NEWARK -- The Devils opened up AmeriHealth Pavilion to fans Wednesday as they played a 3-on-3 scrimmage at the midway point of development camp. Here are the rosters of the four teams:  BLACK 70...
Joseph Blandisi ready to make a push for spot with Devils
Confident rookie scored 52 goals in OHL last season Watch video NEWARK -- It is fitting, perhaps, that Devils prospect Joseph Blandisi is rooming with Reid Boucher while in New Jersey this week for the organization's development camp. Both...
Juice List 2015: The most influential people in New Jersey sports -- Nos. 21-25
Where does Hall of Fame coach C. Vivian Stringer fall on the list? And who gets a spot from Seton Hall? Juice is power. Juice is influence. Juice is also subjective. Each summer, sports columnist Steve Politi ranks the most influential people in New Jersey sports...
July 14, 2015
Eric Gelinas re-signed; Devils talking long-term deal for Adam Larsson
GM Ray Shero avoids one salary arbitration hearing Now that Eric Gelinas has agreed to a two-year, $3.15 million contract, Devils general manager Ray Shero has turned his attention to re-signing Adam Larsson. Larsson, with a salary arbitration hearing scheduled...
Devils forward Sergey Kalinin's first battle: English
Gets help from a teammate at development camp NEWARK -- At first, Sergey Kalinin refused to take questions from the media Tuesday at Devils development camp. He finds speaking English difficult and doesn't always understand questions. But when Belarus-born...
Devils development camp: Skating, shooting, passing... cooking?
Players competing on and off the ice NEWARK -- How competitive is the Devils' development camp? You'd better be a good cook, well as systematically sound on the ice, if you hope to win the points competition coach John Hynes has implemented. Players are...
It wasn't a smooth Devils debut for Czech defenseman Vjotech Mozik
Offensive skills similar to Marek Zidlicky NEWARK -- It was not, to say the least, a smooth introduction to New Jersey and the Devils for 22-year-old defenseman Vjotech Mozik. Signed to a two-year, entry-level contract on June 15, Mozik has visa problems on...
Matt Gaudreau trying to make his own name at Devils' development camp
South Jersey forward trying to escape brother Johnny's shadow NEWARK -- An invitation from the Flyers to attend their development camp must have been tempting for Matt Gaudreau, who grew up in southern New Jersey less than 35 miles from Philadelphia. But the...
Reid Boucher says coaching change will help him and Devils
What winger says he needs to do to make it in NHL NEWARK -- Reid Boucher will be 22 by the time Devils open training camp in September. That is still very young for a player whose prolific goal-scoring in junior hockey and the promise he's shown in the AHL...
New Jersey's Max Novak dreams of playing for the Devils
Oak Ridge native has started as a goalie NEWARK -- Wearing the Devils' sweater after growing up in New Jersey is not new. Brick Township's Jim Dowd won a Stanley Cup in 1995 and Kyle Palmieri, who grew up in Montvale, is poised to be a key part of the current...

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