Devils Prospects

Blake Speers had a taste of pro hockey before. At the start of the 2016-17 season, he made the New Jersey Devils opening night roster and played in their first three games. After going pointless in those games as a third/fourth liner, the club returned him to his junior team, the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds
0 Comments
Late round draft picks are often a gamble, but the New Jersey Devils may have found a sweet reward in Brett Seney – who they selected in the 6th Round at the 2015 NHL Draft. The native of London, Ontario just completed a consistent four years at Merrimack College in March and upon completion of
0 Comments
Since Ray Shero took over as general manager, his plan was to restock the New Jersey Devils’ farm system with young, highly skilled players. They sent a league-high seven drafted prospects to this year’s World Junior Championships in Buffalo, NY. With a bevy of promising talent already in New Jersey, there’s more on the way,
0 Comments
After spending more than half of last season (43 games) with the New Jersey Devils you couldn’t blame Nick Lappin if he was supremely disappointed when he was one of the final roster cuts before the NHL season started and began the 2017-18 season in the AHL with the Binghamton Devils. Instead of going to
0 Comments
‘Injury is just another word for opportunity.’ At least it is when it relates to the 2017-18 New Jersey Devils who announced on August 17 that center Travis Zajac will miss four-to-six months after surgery to repair a torn pectoral muscle. Whether you had Zajac penciled in as the Devils’ top line center or third
0 Comments