Lurking in the Pine Barrens of New Jersey, a certain mysterious creature thinks he’s pretty cool. It all started with an “X-Files” episode back in 1993. Up to that point, only Bigfoot and Nessie had received any widespread cryptid coverage in the media. Then along came the Jersey Devil, ready to show up those amateurs (his words, not mine–I never disrespect […]
With a week remaining in July, Martin Brodeur remains without an NHL home. If he was holding out hope at a return to New Jersey for the 2014-15 season, Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello just about shut the door on that possibility...Show More Summary
Nike said Tuesday it will not renew its 13-year contract to sponsor the uniforms of English soccer giant Manchester United when it expires at the end of next season, saying that the Red Devils are simply asking for too much money. The...Show More Summary
The New Jersey Devils are taking a big gamble on Cory Schneider. Will he prove to be worth it? When the New Jersey Devils traded the No. 9 overall pick in last year's draft for Cory Schneider, it was obvious that he was going to be their goalie of the future. Show More Summary
Who wants a 42-year-old, future Hall of Fame goalie? It appears there's a growing line of suitors for Martin Brodeur. Per Louis Jean of TVA Sports, the former New Jersey Devils legend has drawn interest from four teams. ESPN's Pierre...Show More Summary
The NHL free-agent market has been picked over pretty cleanly in the summer's opening days, but there are still a few players remaining who might be of interest to NHL teams. Legendary New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur is the...Show More Summary
The New Jersey Devils and free agent Mike Cammalleri have reached an agreement on a five-year, $25 million contract. Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger passed along word of the deal: Cammalleri hit the market on a high note after scoring 26 goals in 63 games for the Calgary Flames last season. Show More Summary
The Devils need offense, and they may have found some in the free agent market. The New Jersey Devils were in desperate need of finding somebody -- anybody, really -- that could finish, and they hope they found that type of player in...Show More Summary
Player: Josh Jacobs Drafted By: New Jersey Devils (41st overall) Position: Defenseman Final Central Scouting Ranking: No. 43 North American skater Height/Weight: 6'2", 193 lbs DOB: February 15, 1996 (18 years old) Most Recent Affiliation:...Show More Summary
The 18-year-old is second cousin to Chicago coach Joel Quenneville. The New Jersey Devils have selected forward prospect John Quenneville with the No. 30 overall pick in the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. Quenneville, 18, is a left-handed forward...Show More Summary
The 2013-14 Stanley Cup champion Los Angeles Kings have very few player needs to address heading into the 2014 NHL draft. The Kings will pick 29th overall — the New Jersey Devils select 30th because of a penalty from Ilya Kovalchuk's contract. Show More Summary
Martin Brodeur has likely played his last game with the Devils. The NHL’s all-time winningest goalie, who has spent his entire 21-year career in New Jersey while winning three Stanley Cups, wants to try his hand with another team.
From pre-Columbian legends to modern-day eyewitness accounts, this comprehensive guide covers the history, sightings and lore surrounding the most mysterious monsters in America—including Bigfoot, the Jersey Devil, and more.
Lewis Katz, a self-made man who built his fortune in New York parking lots, billboards and cable TV, and went on to buy the NBA's New Jersey Nets, NHL's New Jersey Devils and The Philadelphia Inquirer, died in a weekend plane crash. He was 72.
Former New Jersey Nets and New Jersey Devils owner Lewis Katz was one of seven passengers who died Saturday when a plane they were riding on crashed in Massachusetts, Hanscom Field airport officials confirmed. He was 72. Dan Adams, Melissa Hanson, Jeremy C. Show More Summary
Lewis Katz, the former owner of the New Jersey Nets and New Jersey Devils, was one of seven people aboard a private plane that crashed at Hanscom Field just outside Boston Saturday night. There were no survivors. Read more...
Can you see it? I never thought of it until I saw this painting by Scott Modrzynski, an artist and former mascot for the New Jersey Devils, a hockey team. We’ve previously featured his pizza that looks like the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles title card. Show More Summary
Slava Fetisov remembers the moment like it was yesterday, the knock on his U.S. hotel room door when he was visiting the country as captain of the Soviet hockey team. Outside stood Lou Lamoriello, the New Jersey Devils general manager, with an offer of freedom that would be irresistible to most...
Age is nothing but a number to Jaromir Jagr, who will reportedly return to the New Jersey Devils for his 21st NHL season. TVA Sports' Renaud Lavoie had details of the new one-year contract: The 42-year-old veteran looked like the Devils'...Show More Summary
Almost every year, there is at least one team that makes a deep and surprising run during the Stanley Cup playoffs. The 2012 Los Angeles Kings won it all as a No. 8 seed, defeating the sixth-seeded New Jersey Devils in the Final; in 2010, the seventh-seeded Philadelphia Flyers reached the Cup Final, and in 2007, 2009 and 2013, a No. Show More Summary