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The New Jersey Devils welcomed in one of their new additions to the organization on Thursday, and it was like nothing we’ve seen before.
The New Jersey Devils welcomed their newest star defenseman P.K. Subban to the organization on Thursday afternoon. His girlfriend, Olympic skier and gold medalist Lindsey Vonn, was in attendance with their dog Lucy. It was a major difference in the way players have been welcomed to the team in the past. It is nice to see a guy like this come to the team and make such an impact off the ice already.

Subban is already one of the faces of the franchise and he hasn’t even attended a training camp yet. The press conference for this guy was like nothing that any other player has received. The Devils content team has also been all over it. He is their header on Twitter, they have tweeted about Subban all day, and not just him but his dog too. Lucy is already starting to become the team dog.

He said all of the right things during his press conference and made everyone really happy to have him here. He believes this team is going somewhere quickly. P.K. is obsessed with the idea of winning the Stanley Cup with the Devils. He admittedly has high expectations of himself both on and off the ice, so we are all hopeful he lives up to them.

Subban had a bit of a down year by his standards in 2018-19, but he was also on a Nashville Predators team that was a loaded on defense as any team in the National Hockey League. When he gets to play games with the Devils, he is far and away the best defenseman on the team and will certainly play a much bigger role. It has been many years since the Devils have had a defenseman of this caliber.

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This press conference got us all very excited for hockey to come back. It can’t get here soon enough, but when it does P.K. Subban will be a part of our team. The Devils are going to use his face for a lot of things media related. This trade has transformed the national view of the Devils completely.

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There are other guys to market like Taylor Hall, Nico Hischier, Kyle Palmieri, and Jack Hughes, but P.K. will get his fair share of promotion. This could cause the Devils to gain lots of respect both on and off the ice. This press conference is a sign of things to come for the Devils. They have fully embraced the P.K. Subban mindset, as they should.

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It is still summer, but hockey season is almost among us with pre-season not far off. With the New Jersey Devils addressing the center position from Jack Hughes, adding Wayne Simmonds to build skill and depth on the mid-6 right wing. Then you add John Hayden to be the gritty right winger on the bottom 6. Also the right defense was immediately bolstered via trade with PK Subban now the first pairing right handed defender.

 

The things that I see the Devils lacking is a reliable left handed defender that can move the puck and play a near 200 foot game. The Devils have guys like Mirco Mueller on the team that might not always pan out but due to the right circumstances a trade might occur to make the left side much better. However there are players Ray Shero might be going for if other teams are either too cash strapped or see potential in younger veteran players that can make the jump to play in Top 2 pairing minutes.

Another point of interest I find troubling is that if Cory Schneider can’t always be healthy and you have Mackenzie Blackwood, and Gilles Senn around on this team. There are a lot of teams that either have a plethora of defensemen that can’t stick on the team, or contracts that are due by July 1st in upcoming seasons. Well this is what Ray Shero’s calling card has been and always will be to add as much ammunition to this growing Devils roster. These are just hypothetical ideal trades that could be on Shero’s target.

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Like every NHL player, Devils defenseman Connor Carrick is busy preparing for the 2019-20 season. He’s in the middle of his offseason training regiment to prepare for his first full season in New Jersey following his trade to the team in February.
In the video above, Carrick takes viewers through a typical day of training in his hometown of Chicago, while also providing some insight into his life and views on what it takes for him to improve as a hockey player and person.

This day also happened to include Carrick signing a new contract with the Devils. The two sides agreed to a two-year, $3 million deal on July 16, avoiding arbitration.

Carrick gave some insight into the negotiations between his camp and the Devils, and the defenseman had plenty of incentive to get a multi-year contract done, rather than getting a one-year deal at arbitration.

“You’ve got a team that just decided to put stock in you for 24 months based off of six weeks of play,” Carrick said. “That’s a pretty good vote.”

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Signing the deal came later in the day, well after he hit the ice for training. He began with warmups at 9:34 a.m. before skating for nearly two hours. He followed that will body treatment, which included massage and acupuncture.

After signing his contract, Carrick performed off-ice training in the afternoon, where he said he focused more on agility and speed rather than just adding muscle.
“Training for athleticism transfers better to strength than training for strength transfers to athleticism,” he said.

Carrick talked about the idea of finding ways to improve his mindset both on and off the ice in his training and day-to-day life. At past points in his NHL career, he felt he wasn’t making the most of his development, and he’s worked on ways to be more consistent with it.
“Scarcity is a real thing. There’s 31 teams. There’s X amount of defense jobs,” Carrick said. “And in general, the career can be high pressure and high stress. At any given moment, if I just sit back and actually just focus on moments that were really special to me, people that are really special to me. All the work and effort that’s gone into how I’m here in the first place. There’s not a lot of issues that are not completely resolved in actually practicing feeling grateful.”

During a celebratory dinner at his house after signing the contract, Carrick also described his daily diet. Almost all of his calorie intake comes via organic meat, fish and vegetables, and he has a very low-carb diet.

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WINNIPEG – Taylor Hall’s shot, deflected off Nico Hischier, rolled through the Jets’ crease and slowed as it reached the goal line. Devils rookie Will Butcher stretched out his stick and knocked the puck into the net.

The goal at 7:14 of the third period in the Devils’ 5-2 loss at Bell MTS Place on Saturday afternoon marked the defenseman’s first in the NHL.

“I think you always dream about scoring your first goal in the National Hockey League,” said Butcher, the Hobey Baker Award winner at the University of Denver who signed as a college free agent this offseason. “In my mind, I drew it up a little bit different than just pushing the puck three inches across the line. It was still a special moment.”

Butcher also has 14 assists in his 19 games.

Not headed to the AHL

Pavel Zacha, the sixth overall pick in the 2015 NHL Draft, was a healthy scratch for the second straight game and fourth time in five games.

Devils brass have talked to Pavel Zacha, agent about his ice time
But while the team’s management has had discussions with both Zacha and his agent, Patrik Stefan, about his playing time, Devils coach John Hynes said re-assigning the 20-year-old to Binghamton (AHL) is not currently under consideration.

“We’re working with the agent, Ray, myself and the player, just to make sure we’re helping a young guy who’s an important part of our organization,” Hynes said. “There are no mixed messages. Everybody understands what we want and what we need from him.”

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New Jersey Devils forward Pavel Zacha (37) skates up ice during the third period of an NHL hockey game against the Buffalo Sabres, Monday Oct. 9, 2017, in Buffalo, N.Y. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes) (Photo: Jeffrey T. Barnes, AP)
Zacha has two goals and three assists in 15 games after notching eight goals and 16 assists in 70 games as a rookie.

Briefs

Hynes said Travis Zajac, who logged 15;23 and won 11 of 15 faceoffs in his second game back in the lineup after undergoing surgery to repair a torn left pectoral muscle on Aug. 17, has resumed wearing an A as an alternate captain. Taylor Hall, who the second A on Saturday, Kyle Palmieri, Brian Boyle, Drew Stafford, Adam Henrique and Marcus Johansson, who missed his eighth game with a concussion, will rotate wearing the second A. …The Devils were not penalized in a game for the first time this season. No. 1 overall pick Nico Hischier took a career high seven shots, matching the season high for the Devils. …Defenseman Dalton Prout and right wing Jimmy Hayes also remained healthy scratches.

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The New Jersey Devils have to feel good about their recent offseason. Even though they’ve lost top-line center Travis Zajac for four to six months due to a pectoral injury, the moves they’ve made over the last few months have been some of their best in recent history.

General manager Ray Shero had a lot of work to do this offseason to help the Devils offset a last-place finish in the Eastern Conference. The team still had Cory Schneider in between the pipes last season, but the All-Star netminder had a career-low year in his second-most games played. While they also added Taylor Hall in the previous offseason, the Devils still were 28th in the league in goals for on the season and finished third-last in the league with 70 points overall.

As New Jersey’s general manager, Shero had reasonably sized holes to fill for the upcoming season. Unlike the Avalanche, who have yet to really attempt to solve their problems, the Devils have come out of the recent offseason having some of their most productive few months.

Given the strength of the Metropolitan Division, and the Eastern Conference in general, the Devils may still falter this season with how much quality of competition there is around them. It’s hard to say exactly where they’ll be after another 82-game slate is finished, but it’s clear they’ve been set back on course. Here’s a deeper look into some of the moves Shero and the Devils have made this offseason that have set them apart from many of their competitors.

Will Butcher signing
The most recent acquisition for the Devils may not have been as highly sought after as last year’s college free agent, but Butcher is quite the defensive prospect. The 22-year-old defenseman won the Hobey Baker as the NCAA’s best player of the year after putting up 37 points in 43 games in his final season with the University of Denver. Butcher then chose the Devils among a slew of suitors that included the Penguins, Blackhawks, Maple Leafs, and Wild after becoming a free agent on Aug. 15.

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That’s quite the pickup for Shero and crew. Butcher had an outstanding senior season in Denver and after spurning the Avalanche, he had 30 other NHL teams to pick from. The Devils were chosen likely because they can give Butcher what he wants: significant ice time in a role where he can grow and make mistakes outside of a microscope environment.

In return, the Devils are getting a quality defensive prospect to put alongside 23-year-old Damon Severson and 22-year-old Mirco Mueller. Butcher can fill in immediately on the Devils’ roster, likely pushing Ben Lovejoy into the seventh defenseman spot and improving New Jersey’s back end. The Devils are also just one offseason removed from the Adam Larsson trade and they are already stronger on the blue line than they were with the 24-year-old right-handed defenseman.

Drafting Nico Hischier
The Devils had an 8.517 percent chance to draft No. 1 overall this year. Thanks to their down season, New Jersey lucked into an unexpected lottery position and drafted Hischier in the top spot as the result.

Of course, nabbing the top lottery pick in a draft is essentially all luck, as the Edmonton Oilers can attest to, but grabbing Hischier at No. 1 overall is quite the boon for the Devils. With Zajac out for a good portion of the season, Hischier will likely slide into New Jersey’s top-six with ease. In the QMJHL last season, Hischier had 86 points in 57 games as his stock rose just enough to knock Nolan Patrick from the top spot in the draft.

Hischier is a highly skilled prospect, and he has said his style of play most resembles creative genius and top notch two-way forward Pavel Datsyuk. Lucking into a Datsyuk-style player will make any team giddy, and the Devils got one just in time to give their offense a much-needed boost. Hischier will have an impact on the Devils right out of the gate, and he could very well lift New Jersey back into contention in just one season.

Depth free agent signings
Outside of adding Butcher and drafting Hischier, the Devils have put together a nice crop of depth free agent signings and trades. Since June, the Devils organization has added:

Marcus Johansson, left winger
Mirco Mueller, defenseman
Drew Stafford, right winger
Brian Boyle, center
Only Boyle and Johansson command a real chunk of salary cap — between the two of them, the Devils have sunk $7.33 million in cap space for the next two years — and even then New Jersey has the second-most cap room available behind the Arizona Coyotes. Stafford is on a very friendly $800,000 deal for the next season and Mueller is sitting at a two-year, $1.7 million contract. All in all, the Devils didn’t reach to overpay for big-name stars. Instead, they opted to sign veterans and young players on reasonable, short term deals.

Johansson is the big prize of their offseason grabs, as the 26-year-old forward put up 58 points in 82 games for the Capitals next season. He’ll likely slide into the Devils’ top six, along with 31-year-old Stafford. While Stafford had a down season with Winnipeg last year, he flourished more after being traded to the Bruins at the end of the year.

Boyle is also a solid depth signing, as he put up 25 points in 75 games played between the Lightning and Maple Leafs last year.

While these moves weren’t nearly as flashy as their trade for Hall last offseason, the Devils added support pieces to a very stable core of players. After 40-plus point players in Kyle Palmieri, Adam Henrique, Hall, and Zajac, the Devils had a 10-point drop off from their next productive teammates. While the loss of Zajac stings, adding Hischier, Stafford, and Johansson tips the scales back in their favor.

It’s going to be tough for New Jersey to rise above the Pittsburghs and Washingtons of the East, but the shrewd moves of Shero has put the Devils in their best position yet to break into the playoffs for the first time since 2012.