© Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports The Nashville Predators have traded defenseman P.K. Subban to the New Jersey Devils for Steven Santini, Jeremy Davies and two second-round draft picks – 2019 2nd round No. 34 and a 2020 2nd round. The Predators are not retaining any salary. The 30-year-old Subban was drafted 43rd overall in
report this ad The Hockey Writers‘ Michael Cambria and Alex Chauvancy’s latest mock draft for the New Jersey Devils at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft as they head into Friday’s first round in Vancouver. Who will win the Jack Hughes sweepstakes? (Photo by Dave Reginek/Getty Images) Round 1 – 1st Overall Michael’s Pick: Jack Hughes,
© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Looking like Edler heading to free agency Rick Dhaliwal: It is not sounding like the Vancouver Canucks and Alex Edler will be getting a new contract done. It’s looking like Edler is headed to free agency. The Larschcast: Dhaliwal said that from his understanding term is the big issue with
© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Asking price to acquire and sign Jacob Trouba won’t be cheap Larry Brooks of the NY Post: The New York Rangers and New York Islanders are among the teams aggressively going after Winnipeg Jets defenseman Jacob Trouba. The New Jersey Devils are also interested. The cost to acquire Trouba is
report this ad With the Winnipeg Jets currently shopping 25-year-old defenseman Jacob Trouba, all signs lead to a bidding war between the New York Rangers, New York Islanders and New Jersey Devils, amongst other teams, to acquire his services. Any trade will likely come at a steep cost, in terms of the combination of NHL-ready
report this ad With the Stanley Cup Final over, it’s now time for the NHL offseason to begin. There are plenty of rumors floating around, and teams will be active the closer we get to the NHL Entry Draft on June 21 and free agency on July 1. One team that needs to make sure
report this ad Every July, there are a few free agents who end up with monster contracts well above what the player is worth. That’s the last thing the New Jersey Devils need as they try and return to the playoffs. One way for them to get there is by being smart in unrestricted free
© Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports Who might be interested in Trouba Ken Wiebe of the Winnipeg Sun: If trading defenseman Jacob Trouba was an easy deal to make they likely would have done so by now. Contract talks haven’t been easy in the past. The Jets would like to sign him to a long-term deal
report this ad In today’s NHL rumor rundown there is news on the likelihood Taylor Hall stays with the New Jersey Devils, there is more to the Phil Kessel and Minnesota Wild rumors, Patrick Marleau is likely gone from Toronto and the Philadelphia Flyers traded for Kevin Hayes in the hopes they could sign him
© Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports Hall not interested in a Devils extension at this time David Pagnotta of The Fourth Period: Multiple sources have said that as of now, Taylor Hall is not interested in signing a contract extension with the New Jersey Devils. Hall is eligible to sign an extension after July 1st.
© Stan Szeto-USA TODAY Sports The San Jose Sharks’ Stanley Cup hopes ended with their six-game elimination from the Western Conference Final by the St. Louis Blues. Among the questions facing the Sharks in this offseason is the fate of Erik Karlsson. Acquired last September from the Ottawa Senators, the 28-year-old defenseman is slated to
report this ad With only three points (all assists) in his first 21 NHL games, there is still a lot of room to grow for Michael McLeod, who was the first round pick (12th overall) of the New Jersey Devils in 2016. He has been finding his way and adjusting to playing against men during
Into the mind of Taylor Hall this offseason… Neal McHale: The merry-go-round with Taylor Hall and the New Jersey Devils has begun with one clear message. Ray Shero must work on the team’s talent gap this summer. It is time. If New Jersey expects to keep Hall around, they must address that first and foremost.