The 2020-21 NHL season, whenever it gets underway, will mark the beginning of a new era for the New Jersey Devils. They’ll have a new general manager, a new head coach, and new faces on their roster. Think of it as a fresh start for a team that’s been at the bottom of the league for
In today’s NHL rumor rundown, did the St. Louis Blues just confirm their interest in forward Mike Hoffman? What about the Boston Bruins? They might find room if Hoffman is still available near the start of the season. Are there updates on Ottawa Senators prospect Tim Stutzle and the chances he joins Senators’ training camp?
Devils primed for an offer sheet? Top offer sheet candidates Sonny Sachdeva of Sportsnet: Former Los Angeles Kings assistant GM Michael Futa at the NHL Draft on offer sheets and the New Jersey Devils. “I think they’re another team that’s primed for an offer sheet,” Futa said during that early October broadcast. “And I can tell
The New Jersey Devils were making moves left and right at this time last week. They acquired defenseman Ryan Murray from the Columbus Blue Jackets, as well as winger Andreas Johnsson from the Toronto Maple Leafs. They also signed Corey Crawford to a two-year deal to back up Mackenzie Blackwood in net. Things have been much quieter
The Columbus Blue Jackets have traded defenceman Ryan Murray to the New Jersey Devils for a fifth-round pick in 2021. This move followed the earlier buyout of 26-year-old forward Alexander Wennberg and the trade of defenceman Markus Nutivaara to the Florida Panthers. With those moves, they cleared a total of $11.1 million in cap space.