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Devils taking next step is test John Hynes has been waiting forthdmsancheznyp

Wed, 21 Sep 2016 16:06:22 -0400

Now entering their second full season without Lou Lamoriello, the Devils are doing all they can to reestablish their identity as a hockey team. There is a clear vision in the head of general manager Ray Shero, and it’s one of a hard-working team that might not be the best in league right now, but...


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Taylor Hall’s electric upside has Devils dreaming bigSan Jose Sharks v Edmonton Oilersjonathanlehman1

Wed, 21 Sep 2016 00:20:49 -0400

The lights are not quite as bright in New Jersey as they are over the river in Manhattan, and the scrutiny on the Devils isn’t quite a biting as it is in hockey-mad Edmonton. But Taylor Hall is ready for his close-up, ready for all that it means to be an imported sports star in...


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Former Ranger and Devil Scott Gomez retires after 16 seasonsDevilstholmlundnyp

Fri, 02 Sep 2016 02:29:36 -0400

Former Devils and Rangers center Scott Gomez announced Thursday on Twitter his NHL career was over after 16 seasons. “I have decided to stop roaming aimlessly on the ice and call it a career,” the 36-year-old Gomez wrote on Twitter. “I had a fun and fulfilling NHL career.” Gomez won two Stanley Cups with the...


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Devils give chronic concussion case a coaching spotIslanders Devilsjonathanlehman1

Tue, 12 Jul 2016 17:24:03 -0400

Ryane Clowe’s career as a player was cut short due to concussions, but he has now found another avenue to help the Devils — as a coach. Clowe was named Tuesday as an assistant coach on John Hynes’ staff. He is likely to watch the games from the press box rather than behind the bench....


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Rangers get tricky Chris Kreider parallel — and subtle trade pushNew York Rangersjonathanlehman1

Thu, 07 Jul 2016 14:35:48 -0400

This is a Rangers world and the Devils just live in it, so the significance of Kyle Palmieri’s five-year deal worth $4.65 million per goes beyond the solidification of New Jersey GM Ray Shero’s newly potent top six. Hello, Taylor Hall! The significance of the agreement reverberates across the Hudson as an intriguing comparable for...


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Devils commit $23M to Kyle Palmieri’s scoring punchBuffalo Sabres v New Jersey Devilsjonathanlehman1

Thu, 07 Jul 2016 10:39:52 -0400

A New Jersey kid comes home, and then makes it big. Kyle Palmieri avoided salary arbitration and re-signed with the Devils on Thursday, inking a five-year, $23.25 million deal carrying an annual salary-cap hit of $4.65 million. Palmieri, 25, was born in Smithtown, Long Island, but grew up in Montvale, NJ. He was traded to...


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Why structure of these 3 contracts points to another NHL lockoutnhmsancheznyp

Sun, 03 Jul 2016 00:13:25 -0400

Signing bonuses will become a hot-button issue around which the NHL coalesces leading into the 2020-21 Owners’ Lockout IV, because some contracts — such as the ones Steven Stamkos signed to remain in Tampa Bay, Andrew Ladd accepted to move to Brooklyn/Long Island and, to a lesser degree, Kyle Okposo took to go to Buffalo...


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Revamped Devils grabbing all the ex-Penguins they can2016 NHL Stanley Cup Final - Game Fivejustinterranova

Fri, 01 Jul 2016 14:51:18 -0400

The more former Penguins, it seems the happier Ray Shero is. The Devils’ general manager continued his overhaul of the roster by signing former Pittsburgh defenseman Ben Lovejoy on Friday to a three-year deal that carries an annual salary-cap hit of $2.67 million. Lovejoy, 32, played most of the past two seasons — and seven...


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Eric Staal makes sense as Devils’ trade heist follow-upVancouver Canucks v Edmonton Oilersabarstownyp

Thu, 30 Jun 2016 23:07:23 -0400

On almost any other Wednesday before free agency opened in recent memory, the work Devils general manager Ray Shero did would have been the talk of the league. But this past Wednesday was one filled with huge NHL news, so his own steal of a trade went slightly to the back burner. But the acquisition...


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Devils pull off NHL trade robbery in getting Taylor HallSt. Louis Blues v Edmonton Oilersjonathanlehman1

Wed, 29 Jun 2016 17:57:36 -0400

Several seismic moves on this NHL Blockbuster Wednesday, a traditionally sleepy day on the league calendar, appear to have turned Friday’s July 1 opening of the free-agent market into an anti-climax before it even begins. The Devils pulled off a heist of notable proportions in acquiring young marquee left winger Taylor Hall from the Oilers in...


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