This season was always going to be a bit of a throwaway season for the New Jersey Devils. If you haven’t figured it out yet, they probably aren’t winning the 2021 Stanley Cup. But hey if we’re wrong, we’ll be gladly wrong because it would likely be one hell of a ride with fun stories
Jesper Bratt is back and that’s good news for the New Jersey Devils. First-year coach Lindy Ruff wasted no time inserting Bratt into his roster and giving him top-line minutes alongside Jack Hughes. His first game back, he didn’t score any points, but considering he hasn’t played since last season, he didn’t look particularly rusty.
The New Jersey Devils opened up training camp on Dec. 31 with media availabilities, followed by on-ice activities beginning the next day. The team wasted no time getting right into things, either. Their first regular-season game is just 10 days away, and there’ll be no preseason games to iron out any wrinkles. We’ve already seen