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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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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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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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Following his trade to the Devils from the Vegas Golden Knights on July 29, new winger Nikita Gusev opened up about his crazy summer in his home country.
In a wide-ranging interview with Igor Eronko of Sport-Express in Russia, Gusev touched a variety of topics, including his relationship with the Golden Knights prior to the trade, his reaction to the Devils and what he expects when joining the NHL full time next season.

The Russian interview can be roughly translated via Google Translate, giving a general sense of Gusev’s answers.

Eronko also fully translated a few select answers on Twitter, starting with Gusev’s thoughts on his talks with the Devils before signing in New Jersey.

“The (Devils) showed me they very much need me. It’s very important for me and it tells a lot,” Gusev said, according to Eronko’s translation. “I followed them because my friend (Egor) Yakovlev played there so I have an idea what kind of a team it is. With all the new players I’m sure we can play well and win.”
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More Gusev: ‘The #NJDevils showed me they very much need me. It’s very important for me and it tells a lot. I followed them because my friend Yakovlev played there so I have an idea what kind of a team it is. With all the new players I’m sure we can play well and win’

— Igor Eronko (@IgorEronko) August 2, 2019
Following the trade and signing with the Devils, Gusev also talked on a conference call, with the help of a translator, with Devils GM Ray Shero, coach John Hynes and others.

That introductory meeting help set the groundwork for the working relationship between player and team, though the two sides didn’t dive into the nitty-gritty or specifics of his role in New Jersey.

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Gusev, a right-handed shooter, played left wing in the KHL. And while the idea of playing right wing in the NHL wasn’t discussed on that conference call, Gusev said he would be comfortable on either side.

“Nobody asked me in the (Devils) if I could play RW, but I played there before,” Gusev said, per Eronko’s translation. “Maybe on small NHL rinks it would be more comfortable for me to play RW.”
More Gusev: ‘Nobody asked me in the #NJDevils if I could play RW, but I played there before. Maybe on small NHL rinks it would be more comfortable for me to play RW’. Now he trains a lot to get himself prepared for the season and has English classes every day

— Igor Eronko (@IgorEronko) August 2, 2019
While Gusev is still conducting his offseason training in Russia, he said he tries to spend about one hour each day learning English from a teacher to help him transition to his first season in North America.

Gusev has played in his native Russia during his entire pro career, even after being drafted by the Tampa Bay Lightning in the seventh round of the 2012 NHL Draft. His rights were traded to Vegas in 2017 prior to the team’s expansion draft, and after signing a one-year entry-level contract with the Golden Knights in April, the team did not have the cap room to ink Gusev as a restricted free agent this summer, leading to his trade to the Devils.

Like any player transitioning to the NHL from the KHL at any point, Gusev will have a transition to make playing on a smaller ice against an uptick in competition. He still has a high bar for his personal goals.
When asked about his own expectations for production in the NHL, Gusev didn’t put a number on himself, but he wants to chase the 128-point season just completed by fellow Russian Nikita Kucherov, who won the MVP award with the Tampa Bay Lightning.

“Is it a good bar? I will reach for (Kucherov),” Gusev said, via Google Translate. “And there already how it will turn out – maybe not all at once, but of course there is a goal.”

 

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NEWARK — Brian Gibbons’ performance through the Devils’ first 17 games might surprise a lot of people.

But it hasn’t shocked defenseman Steven Santini, who saw what Gibbons was capable of doing while they played together in Albany in the AHL for a portion of last season.

“Some of the games in the American League, the fans might not follow it as closely, but there were times where he was the best player on the ice and dominant,” Santini told NJ Advance Media. “So to see him come up here and have this kind of success, that doesn’t really surprise me.”

Gibbons, a 29-year-old forward, entered 2017-18 with just 66 games of NHL experience over the course of two different seasons, and he hadn’t played an NHL game since 2014-15.

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Devils assign Michael McLeod to OHL | What it means
The Devils assigned prospect Michael McLeod to his junior team, the Mississauga Steelheads.

Now, not only is Gibbons a surprise everyday player for the Devils, but he is the surprising leading goal scorer on a team netting 3.47 goals per game — fourth best in the NHL.

His eight goals in 17 games surpassed the five he scored in his 66 NHL games prior to this season.

“You’re obviously going to have hot streaks and cold streaks throughout an 82-game season,” Gibbons told NJ Advance Media. “But right now, the pucks are finding the net, which is nice. Makes it even better that we’re winning games too. It’s always good to contribute to a winning team.”
Gibbons made the Devils out of training camp because he filled a specific role. Coach John Hynes has praised his penalty killing and defensive abilities since the start of the season, and Gibbons has carved out his role with those skills.

The offense has just been an added bonus. He sports a +11 plus/minus rating, which leads the Devils and ranks 10th in the NHL.

“I don’t think I’ve changed my game or anything from the past,” Gibbons said. “Just try to play responsibly defensively and then use my speed to create offensive chances. Luckily for me right now, the shots are going in.”

So what has been the difference for Gibbons, who seeing his best NHL production come in his seventh season since graduating from Boston College?

Hynes coached Gibbons in the Pittsburgh Penguins organization when Gibbons played in the AHL for Wilkes-Barre/Scranton. It took time, but Hynes said Gibbons developed into a player who figured out how to best apply his talents.

“He’s really bought into what his identity is as a player,” Hynes said. “He’s fast, he’s tenacious, he’s very smart. His a penalty killer, and I think he understands how he needs to play. When he was in Wilkes-Barre, there were pockets like that and inconsistencies. But the consistency now, and the professionalism he has now are allowing his talent and skill set to come out.”
For a Devils team that had a very open competition for roster spots in training camp, the 29-year-old Gibbons provided a pretty good example for younger players also trying to break into the league.

“Clearly very perseverant, right?” Santini said. “To battle through, it’s hard to be in the American League for a couple years. You feel like your clock is ticking, but hats off to him, he worked really had and he’s deserved all the success he’s had.”

But Gibbons won’t take too much credit for his personal success or worry about his numbers. When asked about what he’s accomplished so far this season, his main focus came back to what the team has done during an 11-4-2 start.

“We’ve got a good feeling in here as a group right now,” Gibbons said. “That’s what winning does, and being able to grow as a group through winning which is nice. Finding different ways to win, and it’s always more enjoyable to come to the rink after a win. So first couple months have been good.”

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NEWARK — Cory Schneider, Taylor Hall and Nico Hischier will lead the New Jersey Devils into the first game of a three-game home stand when they host the St. Louis Blues at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at the Prudential Center. The Blues enter with the Western Conference’s best record at 11-3-1, while the Devils will aim to build off their 9-3-1 start and break a seven-game losing streak to the Blues.

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Devils’ lines vs. Blues
Devils’ lines vs. Blues
How the Devils will line up against the St. Louis Blues on Tuesday.

Here is everything you need to know about the game:

What: New Jersey Devils (9-3-1) vs. St. Louis Blues (11-3-1)

When: 7:00 p.m., Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2017

Where: Prudenital Center, Newark, New Jersey

TV: MSG+ 2

Live stream: MSG GO

Radio: The One Jersey Network

More to know: The Devils will turn to goalie Cory Schneider after Keith Kinkaid played in Sunday’s 5-4 shootout loss to the Calgary Flames.

Defenseman Steven Santini will be back in the lineup after missing Sunday’s game with an upper body injury. Defenseman Damon Severson will be a healthy scratch with defenseman Dalton Prout, while forwards Kyle Palmieri (lower body) and Marcus Johansson (concussion) will be out again.

The Devils have lost seven straight games against the Blues dating back to the 2013-14 season. They have lost six of their last seven against St. Louis at the Prudential Center, including three straight.