Devils, Hischier Closing in on Extension

Nico Hischier, the 2017 Entry Draft's first overall pick, is reportedly nearing a long-term extension with the Devils. Hischier, 20, is closing in on a seven-year deal worth an average annual value of $7.25 ...

Devils Acquire P.K. Subban from Nashville

In April, the Devils won the right to select first overall at the 2019 NHL Entry Draft. They used that pick on long-touted prospect, Jack Hughes and effectively stole the show on the first night. But minutes...

Devils Win the 2019 Draft Lottery

The most exciting hockey playoff preview show you can imagine. That was the scene on Tuesday night as the NHL's draft lottery concluded in dramatic fashion--two of the top-three teams knocked out, while the ...

What to Do About MoJo?

NEWARK--Decisions loom for Ray Shero and the Devils, but it may be less obvious than initially thought. Marcus Johansson, a UFA on July 1, is one of the hottest Devils as of late. In his last six games he's ...

Devils Trade Henrique to Anaheim for Vatanen

Adam Henrique, the 27-year-old forward who scored one of the franchise's biggest goals in the last decade, was traded to the Anaheim Ducks on Thursday. In exchange for the sometimes center, sometimes winger,...

Devils Identity Taking Form

NEWARK, NJ- - The Devils have arrived but will they stay? When the general manager Ray Shero was hired in the summer of 2015, he made it clear in his first press conference that the Devils were going to be a...

Devils Boyle Battling Leukemia

This summer the Devils were quick to sign Brian Boyle to a multi-year contract. For them, it was the intangibles that made him so desirable. His ability to win faceoff's, his presence in the dressing room and w...

Devils Land Prized NCAA Free Agent

A year ago it was the Devils who fell just short of Jimmy Vesey, the prized NCAA free agent forward who opted to sign with the Rangers. And this July it was the Devils who again just missed on Kevin Shattenkirk...

Hischier Has Every Opportunity to Turn Pro

CHICAGO--Devils GM, Ray Shero says first overall pick Nico Hischier will have every opportunity to make the team out of training camp following his selection as the top pick at the 2017 NHL Entry Draft. Not ...