2017 NHL Mock Draft

1. New Jersey Devils – Nolan Patrick (C/Brandon WHL) Unlike previous years, there is no slam-dunk top pick for this draft, and it may cause the Devils to ultimately trade this pick. If they do decide to stand pat, it comes down to Patrick and Nico Hischier. Patrick is the most well-rounded player in this…

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Devils Great Patrik Elias Retires

When it comes to the New Jersey Devils cornerstone success during the 1990s and 2000s, Hall of Fame names such as Scott Stevens and Scott Niedermayer come to mind.  Future Hall of Famer and all-time winning goaltender Martin Brodeur and Mr. Devil himself, Ken Daneyko, all come into mind as well. These four names were…

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What Will the Devils do at the Trade Deadline?

With the NHL trade deadline just three weeks away, the New Jersey Devils find themselves in rather unique position.  They are just two points from last place in the Eastern Conference, however, are also six points away from the eighth and final playoff spot. They also find themselves with 19 draft picks over the next…

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Devils Add Hall, Quenneville to Roster

The New Jersey Devils made two major roster announcements on Wednesday. Taylor Hall, who has missed the past eight games with a torn meniscus, has been activated and center John Quenneville has been recalled from their farm club, the Albany Devils. Reid Boucher was placed on waivers and Beau Bennett was placed on injured reserve in a…

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Injuries to Key Players Hit NHL Hard

Tough day for three NHL teams that issued injury news regarding their star forwards. Two former first overall picks, and a rising superstar have all been bitten by the injury bug.  The New Jersey Devils have placed left winger Taylor Hall on injured reserve after having successful arthroscopic knee surgery. He will be sidelined 3-4…

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Devils Lose Taylor Hall for 3-4 Weeks

The New Jersey Devils announced on Wednesday that left winger Taylor Hall has undergone successful surgery on a torn meniscus and will miss 3-4 weeks for recovery. He was placed on injured reserve immediately after. This came as a surprise after the former first overall pick participated in full team practice on Monday and played throughout…

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Martin Brodeur Retires

by Justin Worsley St. Louis Blues goaltender Martin Brodeur has retired and agreed to take a job in the organization’s front office. Brodeur joined St. Louis last November after spending his entire 21-year career with the New Jersey Devils. Filling in for an injured Brian Elliott, Brodeur went 3-3-0 in seven games with a 2.87…

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