It was 30 years ago when a fresh-faced Kevin Cheveldayoff stepped to the podium at the NHL draft in Montreal, having just been selected 16th overall by the New York Islanders. The rugged 18-year-old defenceman, coming off his second junior campaign with..
by: Nick Villano — Fansided: Pucks and Pitchforks 17 Jun
The New Jersey Devils lost two assistants to John Hynes' staff this offseason. While it's never good to lose coaches on a good team, this may be a blessing...
by: Kyle Gipe — The Hockey Writers 7 Jun
One year ago, the Vegas Golden Knights were just a name without a roster or identity. That all changed with the Expansion Draft. Now, with Vegas having beaten the odds and reaching the Stanley Cup Final in year one, it's time to re-visit the picks and...
by: elseldo — SB Nation: Pension Plan Puppets 6 Jun
Toronto hasn’t had a really successful Maple Leaf from round three since the draft began.
by: Scott Cullen — TSN 30 May
The New Jersey Devils snapped a five-year playoff drought, their best season since their appearance in the 2012 Stanley Cup Final. Off-Season Game Plan looks at a Devils team that isn’t in Cup contention now, but appears to be moving in the right...
by: Tyler Kelley — Fansided: Pucks and Pitchforks 30 May
Looking back at the 2015 draft for the New Jersey Devils is not advisable. Saying it did not go well is a massive understatement at this point. Looki...
by: Joe Haggerty — NBC Sports Boston 5 Jun
NBC Sports Boston Bruins Insider Joe Haggerty takes his daily, link-filled trip around the NHL.
by: Mark Dunphy — Boston Globe Media 29 May
With the Bruins watching from the couch, three former Boston skaters scored in Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals.
by: Dan Rice — The Hockey Writers 28 May
Imagine what the New Jersey Devil’s top-6 would look like with the addition of John Tavares to their lineup. Adding him alongside Taylor Hall, Nico Hischier, Kyle Palmieri, and Marcus Johansson would give the Devils the piece they need to continue to...
by: Mick Colageo — Rink Rap: Bruins Blog 27 May
Those opponents will even change fundamental practices on the spot, but teams forced to do this historically fail. So do Claude Juliens 2011 Bruins. Now its Gerard Gallants turn.