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The New Jersey Devils are going to need to create a steady line for Jack Hughes to play on in his early NHL days, so who can the Devils provide?
There are a lot of options for the New Jersey Devils when it comes to who will play on a line with first overall pick Jack Hughes. Hughes is a highly skilled playmaking center who will need some skilled wingers on his line to help him along in his rookie year. The Devils have lots of players who are good options to be on a line with Jack and make sure he has the best possible year.

There is a possibility that he plays on any of the top three lines with New Jersey. With his level of skill, there is very little doubt that he will be in the top-9. There is actually a really good chance that one of the top two lines is where Hughes calls home not long into the year. With Nico Hischier being there, along with Travis Zajac and Pavel Zacha as solid bottom-six centers, Hughes is walking into a situation with a lot of depth.

Whoever makes up the wingers on a line with Hughes, will pretty much decide what number line Hughes is on. This is a potential situation that the Devils have two lines someday that would be top lines on any team in the league. That is the best-case scenario because it means that both Hischier and Hughes reached their full potential and are the type of franchise centers that you can build around. These are the wingers that have a chance to play with Jack at some point this season at even strength:

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NEWARK – While Taylor Hall and Kyle Palmieri returned to the Devils’ lineup in Monday night’s 5-3 win over the Ducks at Prudential Center, Marcus Johansson, the third injured top-six forward, will likely be back on Thursday night against the visiting Rangers.

Johansson missed his fourth game with an ankle bruise and remains on injured reserve but participated in the Devils’ optional morning skate.

“We’re aiming for Thursday,” said Johansson, who has four goals and three assists in 15 games after being acquired from the Capitals in the offseason and also missed 13 games in November because of a concussion.

“It gets old sitting on the sidelines,” added Johansson, injured blocking a shot in a 5-2 loss to the Rangers at Madison Square Garden on Dec. 9. “I just want to get out there and play. I want to be a big part of it. You want to do what you love. But to get a few more days to get ready and get maybe to 100 percent, hopefully that will do the trick.”

Johansson said he is still dealing with some lingering pain.

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The Devils would need to open a spot on the 23-man roster to activate Johansson off injured reserve.

Captain Anderson

Forward Joey Anderson, 19, a third-round pick of the Devils in 2016 and a sophomore at Minnesota-Duluth, was named the captain of the U.S. Junior National Team for the upcoming World Junior Championships at Buffalo, N.Y. Dec. 26-Jan. 5.

“That was exciting for us as an organization,” Devils coach John Hynes said. “When you have your prospects be able to come in and play in high pressure situations it’s always a good thing but then to be voted captain of a World Junior team, it’s impressive for Joey.”

New Jersey Devils center Joseph Blandisi (64) celebrates
New Jersey Devils center Joseph Blandisi (64) celebrates his goal against the New York Rangers during the second period of a preseason NHL hockey game in Newark, N.J., Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017. (Photo: Rich Schultz, AP)

Right wing Jimmy Hayes was the spare forward and defensemen Ben Lovejoy and Dalton Prout remained healthy scratches. Prout was scratched for the 21st straight game and he could possibly be re-assigned to Binghamton (AHL) – if he clears waivers – when the Devils activate Johansson. …Ex-Devil Joseph Blandisi, sent to the Ducks on Nov. 30 along with Adam Henrique in exchange for Sami Vatanen, was a healthy scratch for the second straight game after being sidelined the previous four with an upper-body injury.

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POINT PLEASANT — The Devils will need someone to help fill the void left by Travis Zajac’s injury.

With the veteran center expected to miss four-to-six months following surgery to repair a torn left pectoral muscle suffered in offseason training, the Devils will need at least one other person to fill a role at center and on the roster.

Two players who could step into center roles are Joseph Blandisi and Michael McLeod, but both know what Zajac meant to the lineup.

“I don’t think there’s going to be any replacing Trav. That’s a tough loss,” Blandisi said. “He plays a lot of minutes in all parts of the game, penalty kill, power play. It’s going to have to be a team effort really to carry that load, especially for the younger guys, we’re going to have to step up. Especially for myself, being one of the older younger guys. It’s a lot of weight on my shoulders as well.”

Devils hit the beach (PHOTOS)
Devils hit the beach (PHOTOS)
The Devils hosted their second annual Beach Bash on Saturday in Point Pleasant.

Blandisi played 68 NHL games over the past two seasons with the Devils, and he stayed in the NHL until the end of the regular season following an early February call-up in 2016-17. He has eight goals and 26 points over his two seasons.

While Blandisi has the benefit of NHL experience entering camp, McLeod will enter trying to secure a roster spot as a 19-year-old.
The Devils’ 2016 first-round pick has been preparing throughout the offseason to make a run for the NHL during his second training camp, and in his mind, Zajac’s injury won’t alter his approach.

“Him being out is a huge blow for the team, but it doesn’t really change my mindset,” McLeod said. “I wasn’t going to take his spot or anything. I’m just going into training camp, trying to work as hard as I can and see what happens from there. I’ll go in there with a positive mindset and show the team what I can do.”

The two young forwards will be in competition with Nico Hischier, Pavel Zacha and others for time at center, where the Devils also have veterans Adam Henrique, Brian Boyle and Marcus Johansson. Boyle will definitely line up at center, while Henrique and Boyle can both play the wing.

McLeod said during Development Camp he was comfortable playing any position if it meant helping the Devils in the NHL in 2017-18, but he could get a shot at center with Zajac out. The Devils have a loaded center depth chart, and the flexibility of both Blandisi and McLeod to play center or wing adds to their value.

Regardless of how the final roster shakes out, Blandisi said the Devils will be missing a big piece when the puck drops on opening night.
“(Zajac’s) one of those guys the younger guys watch and look up to, even myself,” he said. “I’ve learned a lot from Trav, just how he prepares himself day in and day out. He brings the same mindset to the rink everyday and the same effort. He’s such a consistent player, and that’s why Hynes trusts him so much in all aspects of the game.”