Detroit News "When LeBron James hit NBA free agency in summer 2010, it set off one of the most frenzied and speculated-about periods in league history. The NHL might get a taste of that kind of hysteria this year. Steven Stamkos, who scored 36 goals for the Lightning this season, becomes an unrestricted..." May 05
Newark Star-Ledger "When Devils GM Ray Shero took over a year ago, his goal was to make this team younger while stockpiling talent in the organization. That process, he told NJ Advance Media, is still ongoing. But it has had another impact: The Devils, a franchise that struggled to navigate the salary cap under..." April 28
Hockey Fights "Ben Bishop of the Tampa Bay Lightning, Braden Holtby of the Washington Capitals and Jonathan Quick of the Los Angeles Kings are the three finalists for the 2015-16 Vezina Trophy, which is awarded "to the goalkeeper adjudged to be the best at his position," the National Hockey League announced..." April 28
NHL.com "The NHL Awards™ will return to Las Vegas this summer at the world-famous Hard Rock Hotel & Casino, the National Hockey League announced today. The 2016 NHL Awards will be held on Wednesday, June 22, at The Joint, Hard Rock Hotel & Casino's state-of-the-art concert and entertainment venue and..." April 27
St. Louis Game Time "Last night, NBCSN picked up the CSN Chicago feed of game five between the Blackhawks and Blues. Game five, like games one, two, and four, began at 8:45 Central, or 9:45 Eastern. That is a late start time, and the late starts have been exacerbated by the fact that these are two teams who have..." April 23
The Score "The NHL's involvement at the 2018 Winter Olympics in PyeongChang appears further dim. The International Olympic Committee is reportedly unwilling to cover transportation and insurance costs required to have NHL players participate in the event, International Ice Hockey Federation president Rene..." April 23
The Hockey News "Having no Canadian teams in the Stanley Cup playoffs was expected to have an adverse effect on TV ratings, but even people in the industry are taken aback at how viewers north of the 49th parallel have tuned out this year’s tournament in CBC and Sportsnet. Through the first five nights of..." April 19
Yahoo! Sports "Those NHL coach’s challenges for blown offside calls on scoring plays? Kill them. End them. As soon as possible. Sometimes it takes a while before one sees the error of their ways, and such is the case with NHL rules changes. It took the Brett Hull incident in 1999 … um, we mean “a..." April 18
Sportsnet "Let’s be honest: Playoff bandwagon-hopping is a contentious subject. For some fans, it’s a total non-starter – you get one team and one team only, with no backup plans allowed. If your favourite team didn’t make the playoffs, then you’re just out of luck. You settle in for the playoffs and enjoy..." April 13
Yahoo! Sports "Is the NHL about to ruin fans’ Playoff GIF Parties? Mark Scheig of The Hockey Writers reported on Tuesday that the “NHL is now not allowing anyone to post gifs. Huge news given playoffs are about to start.” Well, yes, it would be. This news was fueled by the ever-present concern about how..." April 12
The Sports Xchange "NEWARK, N.J. -- In what may be the final game of his brilliant career with the New Jersey Devils, Patrik Elias went out in style. Elias, who turns 40 on Wednesday, scored one goal and recorded two assists in New Jersey's 5-1 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs Saturday at the Prudential..." April 09
NHL.com "The New Jersey Devils today signed defenseman Steven Santini to a three-year entry-level contract. The announcement was made by Devils’ Executive Vice President/General Manager Ray Shero. The contract will begin with the 2015-16 season and he will report to New Jersey tomorrow. He has been..." April 09
Devils assign Vojtech Mozik, Blake Pietila and Mike Sislo to Albany (AHL).
#NJDevils have assigned forward Pavel Zacha from Sarnia (OHL) to Albany.
In addition, the club has recalled Zacha from Albany to New Jersey.
USA Today "New Jersey Devils coach John Hynes is expected to be named head coach of U.S. national team that will compete at the world championships in Moscow and St. Petersburg, Russia, next month. Hynes is known to USA Hockey because he had been the coach the U.S. National Team Development program from..." April 08
The Sports Xchange "NEWARK, N.J. -- It is not a secret that the Tampa Bay Lightning has lost significant pieces on the eve of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. They may have added one, too. Jonathan Drouin scored his first NHL goal in 127 days to lead the Tampa Bay Lightning to a 4-2 victory over the New Jersey..." April 07
New York Times "With 102 points in 80 games, Patrick Kane of the Chicago Blackhawks is poised to win the Art Ross Trophy as the N.H.L.’s top point scorer. His superlative season has evoked achievements from an earlier era. He is the first American-born player with a 100-point season in 20 years. His 26-game point..." April 06
Sportsnet "A few of you have wondered (via Twitter) why I haven’t commented on the NHL email dump. It’s pretty simple: some of mine are included. I don’t have access to my old CBC correspondence. Tough to comment when you don’t know what’s there. The fight to unseal the documents is Lawyering 101, an..." April 05
The Score "Patrik Elias is getting a chance to finish the season on the ice. Sidelined since Dec. 19 with a knee injury, the veteran New Jersey Devils forward will be back in the lineup for Tuesday's game against Buffalo. The 39-year-old has been limited to 13 games this season, with a goal and four..." April 05
The Sports Xchange "TAMPA, Fla. -- On a night in which the Tampa Bay Lightning learned they would be without leading scorer Steven Stamkos for between one and three months, his teammates pulled out a much-needed win, getting a power-play goal from Brian Boyle for the lead with 8:28 left in what would end up a 3-1..." April 02
Elias (right knee) definitely won't play Saturday. Hynes said after practice Monday they'll decide if he plays Tuesday or maybe Thursday.
#NJDevils F Jordin Tootoo had surgery on his right wrist to repair a tear in the sheath covering a tendon & will miss the rest of the season
The Sports Xchange "SUNRISE, Fla. -- The Florida Panthers are breaking franchise records and moved into sole possession of first place in the Atlantic Division, but everyone was talking about a controversy surrounding rubber rats. Jonathan Huberdeau scored two goals, Jaromir Jagr had two assists and the..." March 31
Cory Schneider says he'll start Saturday in Tampa.
The Score "More than one NHL owner cautioned commissioner Gary Bettman about the need to crack down on headshots before the league was sued by former players in 2013. Emails published this week by The Globe and Mail and later examined by James Mirtle after being unsealed in the ongoing concussion lawsuit..." March 31
North Jersey "Cory Schneider's return will wait until Saturday night at Tampa Bay. After talking it over this morning, the Devils decided it would be better to give Schneider a couple more days to get his timing and conditioning back after not playing in a game since March 4 at Dallas because of a Grade 1..." March 31
The Score "Cory Schneider was activated off injured reserve Wednesday, and though the New Jersey Devils goalie doesn't know when he'll start, he expects to man the crease during the team's Florida road trip. "I'm going on the trip, so I'm assuming they wouldn't take me unless I was going to be good to..." March 30
SB Nation "While the NFL dominates most of the concussion and head injury talk in sports, the NHL has also been tackling the topic on a slightly smaller stage. In 2013, over two dozen former NHL players proposed a class action lawsuit against the league. Since the start of the lawsuit, more than 100..." March 30
The Sports Xchange "RALEIGH, N.C. -- The Carolina Hurricanes have been on the wrong side of sudden swings in momentum too often lately. This time, they had an answer and they weren't rattled. Goalie Cam Ward came up a big after a midgame rough stretch, and the Hurricanes defeated the New Jersey Devils 3-2..." March 27
The Score "Cory Schneider is gearing up for brief stay in Albany. The New Jersey Devils goalie has been placed on injured reserve retroactive to March 4 after suffering a Grade 1 MCL sprain in his right knee, the team announced Sunday. Schneider has been assigned to the club's AHL affiliate on a..." March 27
The Sports Xchange "NEWARK, N.J. -- The theme which emanated from opposite corners of the Prudential Center was emblematic of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. Postgame words matched the play on the ice, as did the emotions on both sides before and afterward. At its very core, what transpired Friday night was a Stanley..." March 25
The Sports Xchange "PITTSBURGH -- Scott Wedgewood is bringing back memories of Martin Brodeur's debut. The New Jersey Devils -- and their brilliant-to-date goalie -- can only hope it lasts. Wedgewood stopped 39 shots to shut out the NHL's hottest team in only his second career game, Kyle Palmieri scored twice..." March 24
Sportsnet "The first thing that crossed my mind when Eugene Melnyk unleashed his frustration across the Ottawa organization: how much of a surprise was this to Dave Cameron? The two have a long history. Melnyk bought the OHL’s Toronto St. Michael’s Majors in 2001, one year into Cameron’s tenure as head..." March 23
ESPN "It all rests on Alex Ovechkin ... again. Only he can save the NHL from going without a 50-goal scorer for the first time in a full season in the salary-cap era. "Well, I wouldn't be surprised if Ovi ripped off eight goals in the last however many games they have left,'' Lightning captain..." March 23
TSN "The National Hockey League and former players suing the league over its handling of concussions are back in court Tuesday arguing over an issue the NHL hopes will lead to the case’s dismissal — pre-emption. The NHL contends that concussions are a health and safety issue, and these issues are..." March 22
The Hockey Writers "Russia’s KHL has determined not to stop the 2016-17 KHL season to make it easier for players to participate in the World Cup of Hockey, reports Aivis Kalnins of One Puck Short. The decision not to put their regular season hiatus isn’t entirely surprising. With the KHL season beginning in..." March 21
Pro Hockey Talk "In the event that the NHL decides to expand by one team for the 2017-18 season, fans would be treated to more than just the potential of a franchise in Las Vegas. They’d also soak up unknown hours in armchair general managing while discussing an expansion draft. PHT provides an expansive..." March 21
The Sports Xchange "NEWARK, N.J. -- Goaltender Scott Wedgewood waited nearly six years to make his NHL debut. It turned out to be worth it. The 23-year-old stopped 27 shots as the New Jersey Devils defeated the Columbus Blue Jackets 2-1 at Prudential Center on Sunday. Wedgewood, a third-round pick of the..." March 20
John Moore is out for Devils after takiing warm-ups. David Warsofsky is in.
The Score "Following his team's overtime win over the Calgary Flames on Friday, Colorado Avalanche head coach Patrick Roy announced defenseman Eric Gelinas will be out indefinitely with an elbow injury. The blue-liner left for the dressing room in obvious pain after being hit into the boards." March 19
The Sports Xchange "NEWARK, N.J. -- Three weeks ago, Devante Smith-Pelly was languishing as a member of the Montreal Canadiens. Now, he is flourishing with the New Jersey Devils. The 23-year-old forward, acquired at the trade deadline from Montreal, scored two goals to help the Devils overcome the..." March 17
Bill Daly said next year's salary cap will be at $74 million with the escalator and flat without it.
Pro Hockey Talk "The big development from Wednesday’s GMs meetings in Boca Raton? Expansion draft! After NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told reporters an expansion decision is expected prior to the draft in June, focus shifted to what an expansion draft would look like — the NHL’s first since Columbus and..." March 16
TSN "The NHL’s general managers are expected to receive the latest all-important salary cap projection for next season on Wednesday, in addition to tackling the draft lottery format and potential expansion draft details. But before wrapping up their three-day meeting, at least two GMs would like..." March 16
Pro Hockey Talk "Next season’s salary cap is now expected to be $74 million, NHL deputy commissioner Bill Daly told reporters this morning at the general managers meetings in Boca Raton. That figure is slightly lower than the $74.5 million estimate that was provided in December. There is, however, one caveat..." March 16
The Comeback "Large goaltending equipment has become a sticking point in the NHL, and it appears the league is ready to do something about the over-sized advantage as soon as next season. According to a report by the CBC, NHL goalies will be will wearing equipment better suited to body size with strict new..." March 16
The Sports Xchange "ANAHEIM, Calif. -- The Anaheim Ducks relied on their checking line to pulverize an opponent seeking to recover from a bad month. Jakob Silfverberg had three goals and an assist in leading the Ducks to a 7-1 rout of the New Jersey Devils on Monday night at the Honda Center. Silfverberg..." March 15
Bleacher Report "A New Jersey Devils fan fatally stabbed a man in Philadelphia after an argument regarding a hat, according to a police report. According to Kristen De Groot of the Associated Press, Steven Simminger is in custody after an argument about the Devils hat he was wearing got physical around 3 a.m...." March 14
ESPN "The show of hands said it all. The league's hockey operations department showed video of six goalie interference plays Monday and none of them managed to find unanimity when the 30 NHL general managers were asked to vote goal or no goal. It hammered home the message that on very close calls,..." March 14
The Score "Ray Shero knows at least one thing he'll be doing this summer. The New Jersey Devils general manager is expecting to put pen to paper on a new deal for the team's leading scorer, forward Kyle Palmieri. The 25-year-old, who was acquired last summer from Anaheim for the sum of two draft picks,..." March 14