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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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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, N.J. — The New Jersey Devils activated goaltender Cory Schneider from the injured list on Monday ahead of the team’s seven-game road trip, which starts Tuesday night at Tampa Bay.

The 32-year-old Schneider is recovering after offseason hip surgery. He has not played in any of the Devils’ eight games this season. Keith Kinkaid has started and played in all eight games so far.

Schneider, an 11-year NHL veteran, is in his sixth season with New Jersey after spending the first five years of his career as a backup with the Vancouver Canucks. Schneider was traded to New Jersey on the day of the 2013 draft for the No. 9 overall selection. In 2014-15, Schneider was a workhorse, playing in 69 of the Devils’ 82 games, posting a 2.26 goals-against average and winning 26 starts.

Schneider skated with the Devils during Monday’s practice after spending the last week doing rehab work with the Devils’ AHL affiliate in Binghamton, New York.

“It’s been a long road back,” said Schneider, who played in only 40 games last season because of injury. “I did things the right way and didn’t rush it. That got me through it. I just needed to get some live action first before coming back here. It’s fun to be back with the guys.”

Schneider will accompany the team to Tampa but will serve as Kinkaid’s backup for Tuesday’s game. Devils coach John Hynes didn’t put a timetable on Schneider’s return to the net.

“He’s going to play at some point,” Hynes said. “We’ll take it day by day. We have a lot of games coming up, so he’ll get in. I just don’t know when. But he will not start (Tuesday).”

Hynes was encouraged by what he saw from Schneider in Monday’s practice.

“Cory looked good,” Hynes said. “It was the first time he had his own net.”

Schneider knows he’s not in any rush to return.

“Keith has done a great job in goal,” Schneider said. “When he needs a break, I have to be ready. It’s a big trip. It has been tough just watching the guys. But it’s fun to be able to compete again. I know I won’t be 100 percent for a while, but if I stay on top of things with my rehab, I can play. I’m more excited than anything.”