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  • With the sixth overall pick in the 2015 NHL Entry Draft the New Jersey Devils selected Pavel Zacha. Zacha is a big Czech forward with loads of potential that the Devils hope he can find quickly in his development. While it is unknown if he will be joining the New Jersey Devils at the NHL […] ... read more...
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  • Today was the last day to tender qualifying offers to restricted free agents and put players on unconditional waivers to buy them out. The Devils will buy out no one, Maxime Clermont and Corbin McPherson were not tendered, and I react to both. read more...
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  • With the Draft in the books, the New Jersey Devils will now turn their attention to free agency, which begins on Wednesday. They will need to tender and resign their own players that they want to keep, and then look outward. What should we expect? read more...
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  • Fresh off the 2015 NHL Entry Draft most New Jersey Devils fans were satisfied with the work GM Ray Shero had done over 48 hours to restock the prospect base. Then he continued his work of reshaping the organization by announcing the fate of some of the New Jersey Devils UFAs. He announced that Scott […] ... read more...
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  • The 2015 NHL Draft is over and the New Jersey Devils came away with 5 new prospects and pulled off a trade for Kyle Palmieri. Following is a review of this year’s New Jersey Devils NHL Draft picks. You can see the general listing of the Devils 2015 NHL Draft class in the chart below. […] ... read more...
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  • The 2015 NHL Draft is over and Free Agency Frenzy is only a few days away. On this episode of the New Jersey Devils podcast, David Sarch and Mike Stromberg recap what the Devils did at the draft and preview what will happen in free agency. read more...
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  • The 2015 NHL Entry Draft concluded on Saturday afternoon. As a closing post on the many picks and trades at this year's draft, this post is an index of every prospect profile published at ILWT for this year's draft class, organized by pick. read more...
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  • The Devils went into the 2015 NHL Draft with six picks and came away with a top forward prospect, two forwards, a defenseman, and a goalie. This post is a summary of what the Devils did this year and a reaction to what they did overall. read more...
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  • The Devils select 19-year-old forward Brett Seney out of Merrimack College with their 6th-round draft choice. Seney is fast, he was productive as a freshman until injuries struck, and he got passed over in last year's draft before being picked today. read more...
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  • The New Jersey Devils were slated to have 4 picks on the second day of the 2015 NHL Draft. As the New Jersey Devils went on the clock at their scheduled pick of 36, it was evident they would trade it to move back. They would trade the 36th overall pick to the Ottawa Senators […] ... read more...
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  • Tonight is the second day of the 2015 NHL Draft, which will consist of rounds 2 through 7. Barring any trades, the N.J. Devils will pick 36th, 41st, 67th, 97th, and 157th overall. This is an open post where readers can discuss all of the action. read more...
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  • First week of the community draft will come to a close with the number six pick by the New Jersey Devils. Here is where we are so far: TPB Community Draft Order Team tPB GM Selection Edmonton OilersThe66thDopefishConnor McDavid Buffalo SabresJonathanKabanaJack Eichel Arizona Coyoteskingling43Dylan Strome Toront... read more...
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  • NEWARK, N.J. (AP) The New Jersey Devils are coming into the NHL draft with a new look. Ray Shero has replaced Lou Lamoriello as general manager. John Hynes has been hired as the new coach and the team has a chance to get some much-needed help. Barring a trade, the Devils (32-36-14) will have the sixth pick overall and three in the top 41, the last one coming in the trade ... read more...
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  • On Tuesday, the New Jersey Devils officially announced that John Hynes will be leading the team behind the bench next season. Hynes, 40, has spent the past six seasons as the head coach of Pittsburgh’s AHL team in the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins and has built an impressive resume while with the club. “John Hynes is an individual with extensive […] The post Devils announ... read more...
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  •   The New Jersey Devils have signed Czech free-agent defenseman Vojtech Mozik to an entry-level contract. General manager Ray Shero announced the signing Monday. The 22-year-old Mozik spent the previous three seasons with Plzen and was a member of its 2012-13 league championship squad. Last season, he led all defensemen in the Czech Extraliga with a career-high 10 goals. H... read more...
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