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June 21, 2018
Successful Night For New Jersey Devils Players At NHL Awards
The NHL Awards took place last night in Las Vegas, and was very interesting to watch. There didn’t seem to be too many surprises, and many finalists were very close (in terms of voting points) for many awards. There were also the many somber and touching moments that showed why the NHL and...
June 20, 2018
Brian Boyle and the Bill Masterton Memorial Trophy
Just “Another” Trophy? The NHL Awards are on NBCSN tonight at 8PM ET, as Sportsnet and Devils fans surely have their eyes on many awards tonight. The NHL Awards is an annual ceremony based on regular season performance. These awards include the Hart Trophy (League MVP) or (Jack Adams...
2018 Devils Draft Preview Part III: Late Round Steals
It is that time of the year again. Get your YouTube highlight reels out; it is draft time. This year, the New Jersey Devils are in a unique position of having very few picks in the opening rounds. They have their own first at 17th overall, and then don’t pick again until the fourth round (110)...
June 19, 2018
Free Agent Profile: Paul Stastny
Photo by John Woods of the Winnipeg Free Press Follow me on Twitter: @ChrisMottHockey July 1 will be the day that an avalanche will come down on the entire National Hockey League that will change the look of many teams. Free agency provides an opportunity for teams to acquire the necessary assets...
June 18, 2018
MSG Network’s “Rookie Week” Under Way- Top Five Devils Rookies (Since 2004)
Local rookie standouts like Mathew Barzal will be featured in MSG Network’s “Rookie Week”. -( To coincide with the NHL and NBA drafts taking place in the coming days, MSG Networks announced it will be launching its first ever “Rookie Week.” The programming event starts...
Free Agent Profile: Calvin De Haan
It’s no secret the New Jersey Devils have a glaring need for a strong left-handed defenseman; there’s only so much Andy Greene can provide. Can Calvin De Haan, unrestricted free agent come July 1, be that guy the Devils can start to give more minutes in that regard? Probably not, but he...
Riveters: Tatiana Rafter Heads to CWHL
Rafter with the Isobel Cup and NJ Devil. – Twitter @tatianarafter Here we have the third departure post of the offseason. The third and final Canadian on the Riveters roster last season­— Tatiana Rafter, has decided she wants to stay closer to home next season and play in the Canadian...
June 17, 2018
Free Agent Profile: James Neal
  Photo by Ethan Miller of Getty Images It’s only June 17th and already, the wheels of NHL free agency have begun to turn. As we all know, the Devils’ biggest needs are a top-four defenseman, and more depth among their 4th-9th forwards. James Neal of the Vegas Golden Knights is one of...
June 16, 2018
Free Agent Profile: David Perron
The Vegas Golden Knights took the league by storm this season and surprised everyone that follows hockey. That couldn’t have been possible without many players stepping up and playing well above what most thought they were capable of, including free agent David Perron. After bouncing around...
June 14, 2018
Free Agent Profile: Thomas Hickey
Photo by Richard Wolowicz/Getty Images Earlier in the week, I examined John Carlson as one possibility the Devils can explore in addressing their need on defense via free agency. With a shallow free agent pool, this leaves the Devils with very few top-four or top-six defensive options they can...
June 13, 2018
Free Agent Profile: John Carlson
Writer’s Note: The content in this article is the sole opinion of its writer, and does not represent the opinions of the entire Devils Army Blog admin and writing staff. Photo by Geoff Burke: USA TODAY Sports Authors Twitter: @jvillani08 A large theme of the New Jersey Devils 2017-18 season was...
June 11, 2018
Riveters Captain Ashley Johnston Retires
Johnston had served as captain all three years. – Mike Murphy/Blueshirt Banter As the offseason in the National Women’s Hockey League continues, we will see the Metropolitan Riveters sign many players. However, with every acquisition comes a departure due to someone signing with a new team...
June 10, 2018
2018 Devils Draft Preview Part II: Trading Down?
Ray Shero came out recently stating he is open to the idea of trading down Ray Shero recently came out and said he would be open to the idea of trading down in this years draft. This idea has previously been speculated, but to have it explicitly acknowledged by Shero definitely stirs things up...
June 6, 2018
Gold Medalist Amanda Kessel Returns to Riveters
Amanda Kessel ready to be a team leader again. – Michael Hetzel Riveters Nation was treated to their first signing of the summer. After taking 2017-2018 off to prepare for the Olympics, gold medalist Amanda Kessel will be returning to the Metropolitan Riveters for season four of the...
June 5, 2018
Improved, Stagnated, Bust: Which Prospects Stood Out?
With the end of another season approaching, it is time to check on the Devils prospect pool. Developing young players is a tricky business. A lot of teams struggle to master its nuances and get the most out of their draft picks. The Devils however, have experienced some relative success at...
May 22, 2018
Speculating On The Devils’ Potential Offseason Targets
Editor’s Note: The following piece solely reflects opinions of the writer, and is not representative of the entire Devils Army Blog staff Projected to finish last in the East Conference this season, the New Jersey Devils demonstrated they have the talent and tenacity to compete with the...
NWHL Joins State Of Hockey, Bring In Whitecaps
Minnesota will be the fifth team to enter the NWHL -Minnesota Hockey Magazine Riveters fans there is some big news to announce from the National Women’s Hockey League. It is finally official that the Minnesota Whitecaps will be joining the league as its fifth team for the 2018-2019 season...
May 15, 2018
Who is The Next Jesper Bratt?
Jesper Bratt’s first half helped lead the Devils to the playoffs Jesper Bratt was a very pleasant surprise for the Devils last season. Without his red hot first half, it is tough to imagine the Devils would have even made the playoffs. The fact that a former sixth-round pick was able...
May 1, 2018
NWHL: Harrison Browne Retires After Two Championships
After winning two championships with two teams he calls it a career. – Harrison Browne Twitter As the off-season and the free agency of the NWHL continue, we are going to see some players hang up the skates. The first one announced this season just happened to be Metropolitan Riveters forward...

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