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July 23, 2009
DEVILS GIVE ZAJAC 4-YEAR DEAL
Preventing another arbitration mess, Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello yesterday signed Travis Zajac to a four-year deal averaging $3.89 million. Zajac, 24, had elected an arbitration hearing, scheduled for tomorrow, for his second NHL...
Devils give Zajac 4-year deal
Preventing another arbitration mess, Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello yesterday signed Travis Zajac to a four-year deal averaging $3.89 million. Zajac, 24, had elected an arbitration hearing, scheduled for tomorrow, for his second NHL contract, and could have expected an award between $3 million to $3.5 million for each of two years, up from his...
July 14, 2009
LEMAIRE HIRE A 'TRAP' FOR DEVILS
PAST is prelude and we've seen this movie before. The Devils aren't simply going back to Jacques Lemaire to coach the team that Brent Sutter walked out on. They are going to be going backwards -- backwards into the neutral zone, backwards in the...
Lemaire hire a ‘trap’ for Devils
PAST is prelude and we’ve seen this movie before. The Devils aren’t simply going back to Jacques Lemaire to coach the team that Brent Sutter walked out on. They are going to be going backward — backward into the neutral zone, backward in the standings. Lou Lamoriello’s decision to hire Lemaire 11 years after the...
July 13, 2009
DEVILS BRING BACK LEMAIRE AS COACH
Jacques Lemaire is returning for a second stint as coach of the Devils. Lemaire led the Devils to the Stanley Cup in 1995. He was hired Monday to replace Brent Sutter, who resigned after two seasons with New Jersey. Lemaire coached the Devils...
July 11, 2009
DEVILS BRING IN DANIS
Nine days after they lost four of their own to unrestricted free agency, the Devils finally signed someone yesterday, former Islanders goalie Yann Danis. The 28-year-old is expected to compete in training camp to back up Martin Brodeur, after...
DEVILS BRING IN DANIS
Nine days after they lost four of their own to unrestricted free agency, the Devils finally signed someone yesterday, former Islanders goalie Yann Danis. The 28-year-old is expected to compete in training camp to back up Martin Brodeur, after leading the Isles with a 2.86 goals-against average, .910 save percentage and two shutouts last season....
July 9, 2009
DEVILS CENTER ATTENTION ON MORRISON
With Saku Koivu now a Duck, general manager Lou Lamoriello's options for adding an offensive center are dwindling. It seems more and more likely that his pronouncement of only adding "role players" to his roster actually will be the case. Former...
DEVILS CENTER ATTENTION ON MORRISON
With Saku Koivu now a Duck, general manager Lou Lamoriello’s options for adding an offensive center are dwindling. It seems more and more likely that his pronouncement of only adding “role players” to his roster actually will be the case. Former Devil Brendan Morrison is one offensive center still available on the unrestricted market. Agent...
July 3, 2009
DEVILS DON'T MAKE ANY MAJOR MOVES
Some of the best fits for the Devils are still out there, such as center Saku Koivu and defenseman Derek Morris. But with general manager Lou Lamoriello talking about bringing in "role players," more of the same inaction on the second day of...
DEVILS DON’T MAKE ANY MAJOR MOVES
Some of the best fits for the Devils are still out there, such as center Saku Koivu and defenseman Derek Morris. But with general manager Lou Lamoriello talking about bringing in “role players,” more of the same inaction on the second day of NHL-Mart did not bode well for making the playoffs a 13th straight...
July 2, 2009
DEVILS USING PATIENCE FREE AGENCY BEGINS
Better Devils days better be coming. Lou Lamoriello failed to make a huge splash with a major free-agent signing in the first six hours of NHL-Mart yesterday, but that's probably the right strategy: With limited cap space, grab bargains in the...
DEVILS LOSE GIONTA, MADDEN
Four of their heroes left Newark yesterday, one defenseman remained, and no one else joined up. Better Devils days better be coming, soon, because this was another July 1 stinker. Team-record goal-scorer Brian Gionta signed a five-year, $25 million deal with Montreal. Their only Selke Trophy winner, John Madden, left for Chicago for a one-year,...
CLEMMENSEN, RUPP MOVE ON; GREENE STAYS WITH DEVILS
Devil heroes departed today, and the waiting continued for Lou Lamoriello to make his first free agent strike. Scott Clemmensen, who helped save New Jersey's season when Martin Brodeur went for elbow surgery, signed a three-year deal with Florida...
July 1, 2009
LOU NEEDS TO DO 'RIGHT' THING
Here's another chance for Devils GM Lou Lamoriello to improve a less-than-stellar post-lockout performance, this one being his dealings in unrestricted free agency. When NHL-Mart opens at noon today, Lamoriello can try again to mitigate the...
JACQUES, DEVS YET TO TALK
The most-mentioned candidate for the Devils' coaching job says he's had no discussions at all for the position he once held. Jacques Lemaire is beginning to despair. "There's been nothing, nothing at all. I haven't spoken to anyone," Lemaire...
LOU NEEDS TO DO ‘RIGHT’ THING FOR DEVILS
Here’s another chance for Devils GM Lou Lamoriello to improve a less-than-stellar post-lockout performance, this one being his dealings in unrestricted free agency. When NHL-Mart opens at noon today, Lamoriello can try again to mitigate the still-resonating losses of Scott Niedermayer, Scott Gomez and Brian Rafalski, and improve on the dubious signings of Vladimir Malakhov,...
LEMAIRE, DEVILS YET TO TALK
The most-mentioned candidate for the Devils’ coaching job says he’s had no discussions at all for the position he once held. Jacques Lemaire is beginning to despair. “There’s been nothing, nothing at all. I haven’t spoken to anyone,” Lemaire told The Post last night. “Maybe I’m going to be a retired person.” Lemaire refuted a...

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