Go Big or Go Home? Would it help if the Hawks had bigger players? Would it help if they had players who like to hit everything in sight? If not, then whats the alternative?
by: catherinebogart — NHL: New Jersey Devils 15 Sep
As the draft approaches we take a closer look at USA Hockey's National Team Development Program and what to expect out of this year's class
by: Nick Villano — Fansided: Pucks and Pitchforks 15 Sep
The New Jersey Devils have drastically changed the plan from 2017, and one article makes that abundantly clear. Going through a bevy of New Jersey Devils c...
by: Seth Stauffer — Fansided: Blackhawk Up 9 Sep
Before Game 5 against Vegas, Blackhawks' coach Jeremy Colliton made a peculiar roster decision-he dressed John Quenneville, playing him on the top line alo...
by: Dave Stevenson — Fansided: Puck Prose 9 Sep
With the salary cap ceiling sticking at $81.5 million, these 5 NHL teams should weaponize their cap space. The novel coronavirus pandemic has significantly...
by: John Fischer — SB Nation: In Lou We Trust 31 Aug
Joey Anderson is entering his third season of pro hockey and has had two extended call-ups with the New Jersey Devils. Will he make the New Jersey roster right out of camp for 2020-21? This post discusses the possibility.
by: Brian Franken — SB Nation: In Lou We Trust 25 Aug
The Devils drafted Michael McLeod with the 12th overall selection in the 2016 NHL Draft. Four years later, he hasn’t quite lived up to the hype of a top selection though he does appear to have a NHL career ahead of him still. This post will take a...
by: Steve Paulus — Fansided: Blue Line Station 17 Aug
The New York Rangers reside in the ultra-competitive Metropolitan Division with cap issues a big problem for most teams The projected flat salary cap for t...
by: N/A — Hockey Buzz 17 Aug
Other than that, it looked like Vegas had a 60-minute power play Wowza. Before I get too far into the weeds of game #4, let's discuss game #3's 2-1 loss on Saturday.