North Jersey "Devils rookie defenseman Damon Severson will miss four to five weeks with a hairline fracture in his left ankle, general manager Lou Lamoriello said today. Severson was hit with a shot in the team’s Dec. 6 game against Washington and had been playing through soreness in his ankle until he was..." December 18
Ottawa Sun "This was a case of highway robbery for Craig Anderson and the Senators. He did it all, and he even tried to score. The club’s top goalie didn’t get a lot of support but he didn’t need much either as the Senators closed out their three-game road trip with a 2-0 victory over the New Jersey..." December 18
Devils sign D Mark Fraser to 1-year, 2-way contract. Was placed on waivers today to be re-added to Albany roster. Was on AHL deal previously
Newark Star-Ledger "You have to wonder: Is the clock ticking on Devils coach Pete DeBoer? He has support from his players and, so far, the backing of management. But with five straight losses (0-3-2) and fans booing the Devils on home ice, you have to wonder if Lou Lamoriello will make another coaching change just..." December 18
New York Post "It’s become a joke — set ’em up, knock ’em down, and everyone leaves happy, right? It starts with the Islanders winning a game that goes beyond regulation, as they did in Monday’s 3-2 shootout victory over the Devils at the Coliseum. Coach Jack Capuano then goes into his little press conference..." December 16
Zajac said he is playing tonight.. Said he got sick a couple says after tweaking groin vs. Detroit
Mike Cammalleri (lower body) was sent back to NJ. Not with team on LI.
CBSSports.com "Damien Brunner's time with the New Jersey Devils and in the NHL has, for the time being, come to an end. After passing through waivers unclaimed, the Devils and Brunner agreed to terminate the remainder of his contract, making Brunner a free agent and able to sign anywhere he wants. It did not..." December 13
Courier-Post "Ever since they broke into the NHL in the 2011-12 season, Sean Couturier and Matt Read have played together almost exclusively. Both were expected to make strides in their game this season and, like most of the rest of the team, have not quite met expectations. Thursday night, however, the..." December 12
CSN Chicago "Sometimes, maybe it’s best not to know everything. The Blackhawks didn’t know much about New Jersey goaltender Keith Kinkaid heading into Tuesday night’s game. Kinkaid was making his first NHL start, and the Blackhawks didn’t have enough info to do their usual pregame prep routine. “Going..." December 10
Newark Star-Ledger "What should we make of this Devils team? Even when some of their top players are in the lineup, the Devils can often look like a club that doesn't have any right thinking the playoffs are within reach. And then they play a game like Tuesday night, coming within 3:13 of defeating a Chicago..." December 10
In Lou We Trust "My post from earlier today was about tanking and the very first reason as to why I don't think this team is bad enough to tank is Cory Schneider. I wrote that he was one of the biggest pluses on the team. Any doubters, skeptics, or haters of that reality only need to see tonight's game as to..." December 09
Yahoo! Sports "Through two periods against the Carolina Hurricanes, Jaromir Jagr had a goal and an assist for the New Jersey Devils. In the process, he continued his assault on the record books. Jagr's second-period goal and his assist on an Adam Henrique tally tied and then leap-frogged the Czech legend..." December 09
Devils have assigned RW Damien Brunner to Albany. They have recalled D Peter Harrold.
North Jersey "Damien Brunner cleared waivers Saturday without being claimed and is now eligible to be sent to the AHL. As of Saturday evening, however, he was still on the Devils' NHL roster and the team said there has been no decision made yet on the next step with him. General manager Lou Lamoriello tried..." December 07
New York Post "There is no denying that it was weird on Thursday night watching Martin Brodeur saunter out onto the ice in Nashville decked out in Blues gear, take warmups and then make a stop on the Predators’ Colin Wilson just 50 seconds in. It’s weird to see Brodeur as anything but a New Jersey Devil. “I..." December 06
In Lou We Trust "With several players out sick or injured and winless in their last five games, the New Jersey Devils stepped up to beat the Toronto Maple Leafs 5-3. This recap focuses on the goals, the returns, and who did damage for Toronto among other thoughts. Stepping up is a common phrase in sports. It's..." December 05
CBC Sports "The father of Newfoundland-born NHL player Ryane Clowe is among those charged in the wake of a police investigation targeting "high-level" cocaine trafficking in the St. John's area. Anthony Clowe, 51, of Paradise is charged with money laundering and possessing property obtained by..." December 04
Lamoriello: "Jagr was sick before the game the other night. He does not have a concussion. He just can't go. Completely dehydrated."
Pittsburgh Tribune Review "The Penguins, much like the Devils, were battered. But they were not beaten. Blake Comeau and Evgeni Malkin saw to that. With several starters on both sides out because of injuries, Comeau fed Malkin for a goal early in the third period to produce a 1-0 Penguins win Tuesday at Consol Energy..." December 03
Pittsburgh defenseman Robert Bortuzzo will have a hearing for a late hit on New Jersey forward Jaromir Jagr. Day & time TBD.
Newark Star-Ledger "With center Travis Zajac being placed on injured reserve because of a lower body injury, the Devils Monday signed Scott Gomez. General manager Lou Lamoriello, who indicated Zajac and Martin Havlat (lower body) would not make the road trip to Pittsburgh, said the decision to sign Gomez was made..." December 01
New York Post "What Jack Capuano got Saturday night at the Coliseum was his Islanders being tired from playing six games in nine nights. That, the coach has seen. What he also got was a stand-up performance from his starting goalie, the type of game — and the type of breakneck third period — that had..." November 30
Detroit News "The Red Wings rallied from a three-goal deficit in regulation — then won the shootout for the first time this season. The holiday weekend just got a little better all the way around. The Red Wings won 5-4, winning the shootout 1-0 with Gustav Nyquist scoring the lone goal for the Red Wings..." November 29
Vancouver Sun "It was the Vancouver Canucks’ game, but it was Pat Quinn’s night. As the franchise honoured the man who saved the Canucks’ place in the National Hockey League, Vancouver played like a Quinn team and beat the New Jersey Devils 2-0. Two nights after the death of her father at age 71, Kalli..." November 26
Blues President/GM of Hockey Operations Doug Armstrong announced that goaltender Martin Brodeur will practice with the team starting Friday.
Calgary Sun "The Calgary Flames have to be a wee bit worried about the sluggish starts. But, hey, it’s hard to complain about their habit of fantastic finishes. The comeback kids provided more third-period fireworks in Saturday’s 5-4 NHL shootout victory over the New Jersey Devils at the Saddledome, with..." November 23
Pro Hockey Talk "Devils goalie Cory Schneider will make his 20th straight start tonight in Edmonton, an assignment that will reportedly break Martin Brodeur’s club record of 19 straight starts to begin the season, set back in 2001-02. Apparently, even coach Peter DeBoer is surprised that Schneider’s yet to be..." November 21
Newark Star-Ledger "Dainius Zubrus remains the favorite target of barbs in the Devils’ dressing room. That is because the Lithuanian forward doesn’t seem to mind and the jabs are done with affection. But the move from the Devils’ first line to fourth line, with stops in between, could have been a cruel joke to..." November 20
Yahoo! Sports "One day Martin Brodeur will enter the Hockey Hall of Fame as an honored member. He has won 668 regular-season games, more than any other goaltender. He has won four Vezina Trophies as the NHL’s best goaltender. He has won three Stanley Cups. But Monday night, Brodeur entered the Hall to support..." November 18
New York Post "The Devils appeared headed for their third consecutive win, but then were buried by an Avalanche. One flick of Matt Duchene’s wrist created feelings of confidence within Colorado, and left the Devils despondent. Duchene’s tiebreaking goal with 2:53 left in the third period powered the..." November 16
North Jersey "After struggling from the start of the season, the Devils’ penalty kill has gone consecutive games without giving up a power-play goal for the first time in 2014-15. As in Tuesday’s 3-1 win over Minnesota, the Devils went 4-for-4 on the PK against the Capitals, who entered the night ranked second..." November 15
New York Post "Braden Holtby didn’t let a shot get past him all game. Instead, he threw the hockey equivalent of a pick-six. That was enough to give the Devils a 1-0 win over the Capitals on Friday night. After nearly 50 minutes of stellar saves by two goalies, Holtby went to retrieve the puck behind the..." November 15
Newark Star-Ledger "Hold off on thinking former Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur is done in the NHL. According to TVA's Renaud Lavoie, there was a "change of plan" for Brodeur — instead of announcing his retirement from hockey in November, he's keeping the hope of latching on with an NHL team: In October,..." November 13
Newark Star-Ledger "Goalie Cory Schneider overcame a nerve-rattling shorthanded goal in the third period and the Devils held on for a 3-1 victory over the Minnesota Wild Tuesday night at Prudential Center. Travis Zajac scored an empty net power play goal with 37.7 seconds left. The win snapped the Devils'..." November 12
Martin Havlat activated from IR. Ryane Clowe placed on IR. Seth Helgeson recalled from Albany. He'll wear No. 25.
Bryce Salvador out for Devils tonight with lower body injury.
Havlat will play. Tootoo will sit
Boston Herald "Blemishes may have been clearly visible in each game of the Bruins’ just completed four-game run at home, but the fact is the B’s simply did what they had to do to get their job done. The Bruins got all eight points on the homestand, including the last two they earned last night in a 4-2..." November 11
Newark Star-Ledger "Despite a rash of injuries and the Devils’ three-game losing streak, Scott Gomez continues to wait for a contract offer from general manager Lou Lamoriello. It has not been easy, the veteran center admits, but he’s asked others for advice. Close friend Jay Pandolfo went through the same process..." November 10
Henrique, Merrill and Clowe not going to Boston. No update on Clowe today
Newark Star-Ledger "Mike Cammalleri and Martin Havlat both returned to practice with the Devils Sunday after missing significant time because of injuries. However, Ryane Clowe (head), Adam Henrique (lower body) and Jon Merrill (arm) did not practice. Cammalleri missed six games with a neck/head injury after..." November 09
Detroit Free Press "The Detroit Red Wings lost their most dynamic player just before the game, then went out and lit up the Devils. Dominating their domain, the Wings used an explosive performance from their back end to distance themselves from a bad road trip, notching a 4-2 victory over New Jersey Friday at Joe..." November 08
North Jersey "Left wing Ryane Clowe’s long-term future is again in question as he faces the possibility that he sustained yet another concussion. Clowe was held out of the final two periods of Thursday’s 4-3 loss in St. Louis at the doctor’s recommendation and won’t play again tonight in Detroit after..." November 08
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "Down to the final 15 seconds of the first period Thursday, the Blues’ Vladimir Tarasenko clanked the post behind New Jersey goaltender Cory Schneider. Perhaps everyone on the ice and in the crowd of 16,523 at Scottrade Center thought the game would go into the first intermission..." November 07
Newark Star-Ledger "The Devils, who are struggling to score goals, have lost a key goal-scorer in Adam Henrique. Worse, it didn't happen on the ice. "I did not see it happen. It was kind of a flukey thing. He was hopping over the boards," coach Pete DeBoer said. "Those things happen." Henrique will not play..." November 06
St. Louis Post-Dispatch "The Blues came into Tuesday night’s game with New Jersey with a five-game winning streak, but it was hardly an easy one. The previous two wins were in shootouts and another was in overtime. Only one of the wins, a 2-0 victory over Anaheim, was by more than a goal. So there’s a fine line for..." November 05
Pro Hockey Talk "The New Jersey Devils are set to put veteran goalie Scott Clemmensen on waivers today, per the Star-Ledger. Clemmensen, 37, has played just two games this season, allowing four goals on 17 shots for a .765 save percentage and 6.49 GAA. Those numbers should be taken with a grain of salt,..." November 03
Newark Star-Ledger "Former Devils defenseman Mark Fraser, who has played 98 NHL games for the club, signed an American Hockey League contract with the Albany (AHL) Devils. Fraser, the Devils' third pick (84th overall) in the 2005 entry draft, is still just 28 years old. He has played 185 NHL games for the Devils,..." November 03
New York Post "The Devils are off to a solid start, thanks in part to a diversified offensive attack. So far this season, 17 players have already scored a goal. Defenseman Adam Larsson, who has played in just three of New Jersey’s 11 games this season, was the latest to score when he gave the Devils the lead..." November 02