Category Archives: New Jersey Devils

Brodeur would consider waving no-trade if Devils aren’t contenders

Jaromir Jagr does not have a no-trade clause but Martin Brodeur, who does, told The Star-Ledger he would consider going to a contender.

“I hope it will never happen , but if there is a situation that could be really fun for me and really good for the Devils, why not? It’s not like I’m going to play 25 more years here,” Brodeur said Tuesday.

RUMOURS DU JOUR:

RUMOURS DU JOUR: New Jersey Devils GM Lou Lamoriello sent out an email last week offering up an unnamed “veteran defenceman” around. D Marek Zidlicky, 36, is the oldest player on the club’s blueline while D Anton Volchenkov, D Peter Harrold and Andy Greene all qualify in the “veteran” category. It is doubtful the Devils will be able to move anybody.

Martin Brodeur: Is it time for legendary New Jersey Devils goalie to move on? Cox

It shouldn’t end this way for Martin Brodeur.

As the backup to an as-yet-unproven goalkeeper on what may be the worst New Jersey Devils team ever.

And, Mickey Mouse past acknowledged, that’s saying something.

Jagr to sign with the Devils?

Devils trying to land Clowe

Devils’ free agents: Who will stay and who will leave?

The Devils are entering an offseason of uncertainty.

With so many unrestricted free agents, it will be difficult to find the money and cap space to keep key players like Patrik Elias and David Clarkson.

Here are the Devils’ potential free agents:

Player Status What happens?

Martin Brodeur credited with a goal tonight

Will Devils’ David Clarkson consider signing with hometown Maple Leafs?

Devils right winger David Clarkson loves coming home to Toronto.

“This is my favorite place to play,” he said of the town in which he grew up as a Maple Leafs fan.

But will Clarkson, who can become an unrestricted free agent after this season, think about signing with the Leafs to play in his hometown? He gets asked that a lot around here.

Are Devils’ defensemen trade bait for a top six forward?

Even before the Devils hit a rut and began to falter over the last half-dozen games, general manager Lou Lamoriello was formulating a plan for what the team needs to become a serious Stanley Cup contender post-Parise.


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