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Devils01 last won the day on November 29 2015

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  1. Better that way. Keep the hype for the season.
  2. I’m not sure if this was posted or not but here is a rumour I saw. The Calgary Flames continue to work on the new contract for RFA, Matthew Tkachuk and it appears they may need to shed some salary to make it work. The Flames have held trade discussions with the New Jersey Devils to do, exactly that. According to Luke Fox of Sportsnet, the Calgary Flames have informed teams defenseman TJ Brodie is available and the New Jersey Devils are interested. The Devils continue the make over to their roster and are looking for an offensive defenseman from the left side to compliment their group. Calgary in return is believed to have targeted Devils versatile forward, Blake Coleman in discussions. Coleman finished last season with 22 goals and 36 points, and is making $1.8 million the next two seasons.Meanwhile, Brodie is a steady two-way defender who tallied 34 points, also finished the year +29, which was amongst the league lead. A potential deal one for one would save the Flames roughly $2.8 million and give them more flexibility with Tkachuk's new contract. Brodie holds a modified trade clause, having to submit 8 teams to the management group. However, with the potential of New Jersey's offense this season, Brodie's appeal would certainly be sparked.
  3. He won’t do much on that 4th line I can tell you that.
  4. Too much.... Should of traded him with some picks and send him off. He had way too many opportunities and he hasn't delivered. Not happy about the signing.
  5. https://www.nhltraderumors.me/2019/09/nhl-trade-rumor-carolina-hurricanes.html?m=1 Faulk, the offensive defenceman has one year remaining on his contract at $4.83 million and with the amount of offensive defencemen now on the 'Canes and the questions surrounding their goaltenders, the team could be looking to move Faulk for somebody cheaper and more defensively responsible. The Colorado Avalanche have reached out, along with Columbus Blue Jackets and New Jersey Devils. The Devils could be the most intriguing as they have an offer on the table for Patrik Laine, which appears to be holding everything else up. The Blue Jackets are a team Faulk would have a hard time leaving for, and lastly Colorado could be the best fit for both sides.
  6. https://youtu.be/I_OfO6aAq_Q I’ve never been so pumped for a season to start. LETSSS fvckINGG GOOOOO
  7. The word from 2 sources in NJ, is that the Devils are all in on an attempt to acquire Patrick Laine in deal that makes the Taylor Hall trade look like child's play. I have just been informed that the Devils have offered 3 of their next 4, first round draft picks along with 25 year old, right shot Defenceman, Damon Severson for Jets sniper, Patrick Laine. If this would happen wow....Has anyone else heard anything?? https://www.nhltraderumors.me/2019/09/nhl-trade-rumor-block-buster-trade.html?m=1#more
  8. can the season start already
  9. They went on sale 25 minutes ago. The season opener vs Winnipeg is already almost sold out.
  10. Is there a devils beach bash this year? I’ve been looking online still no news.
  11. I was thinking the same thing. He should of been signed at about 2.5-2.75 mil. whats our cap space salary at now? Around 10 mil?
  12. The New Jersey Devils have avoided arbitration with restricted free-agent defenseman Will Butcher, agreeing on a three-year deal carrying an average annual value of $3.73 million, according to Sportsnet's Elliotte Friedman.
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