Following a lackluster 2010-11 season that saw the New Jersey Devils miss the postseason, good luck befell the organization as they won the lottery for the upcoming 2011 NHL Draft. Despite having only a 3.6 per cent chance of winning, the Devils moved up four positions in the first round, from eighth to fourth.
Despite missing the playoffs for the fourth consecutive season, the New Jersey Devils are on the right path back to being a winning organization. Not only did the NHL club enjoy unexpected success, but the majority of their prospects enjoyed their own developmental success in their respective leagues. Read more»
Whether energized by the luster of new management or coincidentally meshing at the same time, the majority of the New Jersey Devils prospects have performed well this season. Credit goes to General Manager Ray Shero and Head Coach John Hynes for what they have brought to the organization: opportunity and a modernized direction for the franchise. Not only has this applied to the top prospects but it has trickled down to the role-players as well. More work needs to be done by Shero but the prospects are showing New Jersey’s system is better the sum of its parts. Read more»
There were low expectations for the New Jersey Devils entering the 2015-16 season. With a core of returning players that struggled to generate offense last season, along with a new head coach and his system, there was likely to be some adjustment period. Now, the Devils are in the playoff hunt battling for a wild card spot. Read more»
The winds of change have swept across the entire New Jersey Devils organization. General Manager Ray Shero and Head Coach John Hynes are relying on the organization’s stash of underrated prospects to rise to the challenge during this transitional period. Most of these players saw this new attack-oriented system firsthand at Development Camp in July, and are all in favor of the change. Read more»