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FEATURE: Jesper Bratt Impressed with Devils Offseason Additions

"As a whole we have received fantastic additions."

by Sara Giles @saratgiles /

It seems that everyone is talking about the moves Devils General Manager Ray Shero made this summer and New Jersey Devils forward Jesper Bratt had a lot to say about this summer's acquisitions too. Bratt talked with this week about the Devils offseason additions, the upcoming season, and more.

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BLOG: Hall Named 15th on List of Top Wingers

The NHL Network is counting down the top positional players in the league and Hall ranks high among wingers

by Chris Wescott TheChrisWescott /

NHL Network unveiled their list of Top 20 Wingers in the league over the weekend and one Devils forward sits 15th on the big board.

The 27-year-old left-winger is coming off an injury-shortened 2018-19, in which he played only 33 games, recording 37 points (11-26-37).

In 2017-18 he won the Hart Trophy after setting career highs in goals (39), assists (54), and points (93).

"When he's in the lineup, he's contributing, he's getting points," said NHL Network Analyst Mike Rupp. "Look for him to have another bounce-back year this year and probably be higher on the list next year."


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WATCH: Connor Carrick Gives A Glimpse Into His Off-Season Regimen

Follow along as Carrick prepares for the 19-20 season

by Sara Giles @saratgiles /

"I genuinely enjoy the hard work, the idea that I can get better every day was always so enticing. For me as a hockey player, it's who I am as I wake up every day to try and improve." 

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FEATURE: A Life-Changing Four Days for Will Butcher

Married, with a new contract in hand, Butcher is ready for the start of the 2019-20 season.

by Amanda Stein @amandacstein /

It was a pretty life-changing four days for Will Butcher this summer. On July 27th he married the love of his life, wife Tayler in a beautiful ceremony in their home state of Wisconsin. Days later, the two went on their honeymoon, where miles and miles away from home, Butcher signed on the dotted line on a brand new three-year, $11.2 million contract with New Jersey. 

"It's been a very busy summer, but very fun at the same time," Butcher exclusively told "My wife and I are really excited now to be a part of the Devils for another three years and really excited that we could get that deal done."


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BLOG: Devils Tickets On Sale Now

Secure your spot at a game this season

by Staff NJDevils /

The Devils have bolstered their roster with key additions this summer, such as P.K. Subban, Jack Hughes, Wayne Simmonds and Nikita Gusev. The team is poised for a breakout, bounce-back season, with a handful of players poised to rebound from setbacks or injuries, like Taylor Hall - the League MVP from 2017-18.

Your chance to join in on the action and be part of something special starts today. Individual tickets all 2019-20 home games at Prudential Center are on sale now.

Visit to book your experience today. 

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BLOG: Devils Featured in NBC Sports' National Schedule

National games increased from one to four as NBC looks to capitalize on exciting Devils off-season

by Marc Ciampa /

The New Jersey Devils will be appearing nationally on NBC Sports Network four times this season, compared to just once last year. 

Executive producer & President of Production with NBC & NBC Sports Network Sam Flood told USA Today that Devils GM Ray Shero "had as good of an offseason as any GM in the league.

"It's going to give the Devils some buzz in the market." 

The Devils make their first appearance on October 9 in a game at Philadelphia at 7:30 p.m. ET as part of NBCSN "Wednesday Night Hockey."

They appear on Thursday, October 17 when the New York Rangers and Kaapo Kakko come to Prudential Center. 

Other games are Tuesday, January 2 against the New York Islanders in Brooklyn and Thursday, January 30 when P.K. Subban faces his former team the Nashville Predators at Prudential Center. 

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RELEASE: Devils Re-Sign Butcher

The Devils re-signed the 24-year-old defenseman to a three-year deal worth $3.73 million AAV

by Devils Public Relations NJDevils /

NEWARK, NJ - The New Jersey Devils today re-signed defenseman Will Butcher to a three-year contract with an average annual value of $3,733,333.33 (total value $11,200,000 million). The contract breakdown is as follows: 2019-20: $3,500,000, 2020-21: $3,600,000 and 2021-22: $4,100,000. The announcement was made by Devils' Executive Vice President/General Manager Ray Shero.

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BLOG: Miss Any Gusev Content?

We've got you covered... Check out all the content and coverage from Monday's trade announcement

by Chris Wescott TheChrisWescott /

In case you missed it, check out all the coverage links from Monday's Nikita Gusev trade. New Jersey flipped a 2020 third-round pick and a 2021 second-round pick to Vegas for arguably the best player outside of the NHL.

Tweet from @NJDevils:

Gusev recorded the second-most points in KHL history last year [82]. The two sides have agreed to terms on a two-year contract worth an AAV of $4.5 million. Check out more info on the acquisition in the links below.

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BLOG: Shero on Gusev

Ray Shero gives a quick quote on Nikita Gusev following the trade with Vegas

by Chris Wescott TheChrisWescott /

The New Jersey Devils are in the midst of a transformative offseason. They won the NHL Draft Lottery and used the first-overall selection on potential franchise-changing player Jack Hughes. They traded for Norris Trophy-winning defenseman P.K. Subban. The team even added proven scorer and veteran presence Wayne Simmonds in free agency.

On Monday, the club added another possible impact player in Nikita Gusev. A dynamic, offensive force in the KHL, Gusev brings with him a lot of talent and potential to the Devils.

"Nikita is a winger who adds another offensive dimension to our hockey club with his outstanding instincts, vision and skill level," said General Manager Ray Shero.

The Devils acquired Gusev from Vegas, in exchange for a third-round pick in 2020 and a second-round pick in 2021. The two sides have agreed to terms on a two-year deal with an AAV of $4.5 million.

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