Palmieri Injury Update: Nov. 22

Kyle Palmieri, suffered a broken right foot from taking a shot, 11/20 at Minnesota. He is out 4-6 weeks and will continue to workout, off-ice and evaluated by medical staff during that time.

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Devils Pre-Game Notes: 11/20/17

New Jersey Devils (11-5-3) at Minnesota Wild (9-8-2)

8PM ET• Excel Energy Center • MSG+ • The One Jersey Network

*Links for The One Jersey Network can be found on newjerseydevils.com and all Devils Social Media channels.

*Game Notes Contacts: James Stolfi / Scott Litwack

Pre-Game Availability (subject to change)

  • 10:30 AM Morning Skate at Prudential Center

LAST GAME: NOV. 20 – NEW JERSEY 4 at MINNESOTA 3 OT

The Devils concluded their four-game, road-trip, 2-1-1, with a 4-3 overtime win at Minnesota. New Jersey is 7-2-2 on the road this season (5-3-1 home). They have won their last five games vs. the Wild and are 6-4-1 on the road at Xcel Energy Center since the Wild’s inaugural season in 2000-01.  The Devils most-recent defeat was on Mar. 10, 2015 at Xcel Energy Center.  With the win, New Jersey is 3-2-0 (2-1-0 road) vs. the Central Division and is 5-4-2 overall against the Western Conference.

 

The Devils were out-shot by the Wild, 36-25, and had just three shots on net in the first period to tie their season-low (Oct. 14 at NYR, 1st). New Jersey was 0-2 on the power play and 2-4 while shorthanded. The club is 2-10 (20%) over their last four games with the man-advantage.

 

John Moore scored the game-winning-goal 52 seconds into overtime and has both of the Devils’ overtime goals this season. Moore’s six OT tallies are the most by any NHL defenseman since 3-on-3 overtime was implemented in 2015-16.

 

Adam Henrique had one goal and two assists for his first three-point night and second multi-point game of the season. Henrique now has 11 points (5g-6a) in nine career games against the Wild.

 

Will Butcher registered the second goal of his career and has three points (2G-1A) in his past two games, while Taylor Hall notched his team-leading 15th assist and his second point in as many games.

 

Steven Santini scored his first goal of the season and his first in 45 games (Jan. 20 vs. MTL). Santini also led the Devils with four blocked shots and three hits.

 

Brian Gibbons had the primary assist on Henrique’s goal and has two points (1G-1A) over his last two games played.  Andy Greene and Ben Lovejoy also chipped in with assists.

 

Cory Schneider made his 15th start of the season and stopped 33 of 36 shots (.917 save%) to improved to 8-4-2.

 

 

TONIGHT’S GAME VS. BOSTON

Tonight is the first of three regular-season contests between the Devils and Bruins (also: Jan. 23 at BOS./Feb. 11 at NJD).  New Jersey was 1-2-0 against Boston in 2016-17.  Their one win vs. Boston last season was also the only contest of the three that was played at Prudential Center, Jan. 2, 2017 (3-0 W). In the Devils lone victory, Cory Schneider turned away all 22 Bruins’ shots for the shutout.  The Marblehead, MA native is 2-5-2 in his career vs. the B’s with a 2.44 GAA and a .928 save%.

 

The Devils are 3-2-1 at Prudential Center and are 4-6-2 overall against the Bruins since 2013-14.

 

The club remains undefeated, 6-0-1 (3-0-0 at Home), against the Atlantic Division and are 7-1-1 against Eastern Conference opponents.

 

Travis Zajac leads the Devils with 14 points (7G-7A) in 34 career games against the Bruins. Additionally, Taylor Hall has three points (1G-2A) in three games against the Bruins as a Devil.

 

Dorchester native, Jimmy Hayes spent two seasons (2015-17) with his hometown Bruins, and had 34 points (15g-19a) and 89 PIM in 133 GP.

 

 

INJURIES

  • Marcus Johansson (IR, retro to Nov. 1, concussion, nine games missed) suffered on Nov. 1, is out.
  • Mirco Mueller (IR, retro. to Nov. 12, fractured collarbone, three games missed) suffered on Nov. 12 is out 10-12 weeks from time of the surgery Nov. 16.
  • Kyle Palmieri (broken right foot) suffered on Nov. 20 is out, 4-6 weeks but will work-out, off-ice and evaluated by medical staff during that time.

Games Lost to Injury/Illness: 70

MILESTONES

JOHANSSON – 5PTS for 300 in NHL. I.R.

BOYLE – 6G for 100 in NHL / 10PIM for 500 NHL.

 

RECENT TRANSACTIONS

Oct. 20: Placed G Cory Schneider (lower body) on I.R., retro to Oct. 19. Recalled G Scott Wedgewood from Binghamton (AHL) under emergency conditions.

 

Oct. 28: Traded G Scott Wedgewood to Arizona in exchange for Arizona’s fifth-round selection (previously acquired in the Michael Stone trade w/ CGY).  Activated G Cory Schneider off I.R.

 

Nov. 1: Placed F Kyle Palmieri (lower body) on I.R., retro to Oct. 22. Activated F Brian Boyle (Chronic Myeloid Leukemia) off I.R.

 

Nov. 9: Placed F Marcus Johansson (concussion) on I.R., retro to Nov. 1. Activated F Kyle Palmieri (lower body) off I.R., retro. to Oct. 22.

 

Nov. 15: Activated F Michael McLeod (lower body) and assigned to Mississauga (OHL). Placed D Mirco Mueller (broken left clavicle) on I.R., retro to Nov. 12.

 

Nov. 16: Activated C Travis Zajac (torn left pectoral) off I.R.

 

MILES AND MILESTONES

On Nov. 12 at CHI., New Jersey stormed-back from a three-goal deficit to defeat the Blackhawks, 7-5.  It was the first time since Apr. 18, 2006 at MTL that New Jersey overcame a three-goal deficit to win in regulation.

 

Miles Wood scored the first hat-trick (2PP/1EV) of his NHL career and added one assist for his first four-point game.  Taylor Hall tallied his 400th NHL point (72nd w/ NJD) with a goal in the second period, while captain Andy Greene recorded his 200th career/Devils’ point; also from a second period goal.

 

ROOKIE DIARIES

The first episode of this season’s Devils All-Access: Rookie Diaries features Nico Hischier. The 2017 NHL Draft’s first overall selection discusses his first few weeks in the NHL adjusting to life in the NHL. Watch using the link below or find on all Devils’ Social Media Channels.

https://www.nhl.com/devils/video/rookie-diaries-ep-1-hischier/t-277437418/c-54565703

 

HOCKEY FIGHTS CANCER AT THE ROCK!

On Nov. 24 vs. Vancouver, the Devils will host their Hockey Fights Cancer Night. During Hockey Fights Cancer Awareness Month, all 31 NHL teams join the hockey family’s fight against cancer by hosting a Hockey Fights Cancer Awareness Night.  Players, fans, team-personnel and partners come together to raise money and awareness for hockey’s most important fight.

 

CONGRATULATIONS DAVE ANDREYCHUK!

Former Devil, Dave Andreychuk, was officially inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Tuesday.  He skated for NJD for three-plus seasons (1996-99) and scored 64G-86A-150PTSin 224GP.  Andreychuk was traded by the Maple Leafs to New Jersey for NJD’s second-round choice (Marek Posmyk) in the 1996 NHL Draft and New Jersey’s third-round choice (traded back to New Jersey – Andre Lakos) in the 1999 NHL Draft.

 

He scored his 500th NHL goal as a member of the Devils on Mar. 15, 1997 vs. WSH.

 

ROAD WARRIORS

The Devils are 7-2-2 away from Prudential Center to start the season, and were the final of all 31 teams to remain undefeated on the road in any fashion OT or SO, until Nov. 3 at EDM, 6-3 L.  Their 5-0-0 road record to start the season was the club’s best road-start since 2009-10, when they started 9-0-0 on the road.

 

JOHNNY ROCKET

John Moore has scored both goals in New Jersey’s two OT wins this season.  He notched the first game-winner on Oct. 19 at OTT and scored again, Nov. 12 at MIN. He currently has six OT game-winners with New Jersey, which is the most by any NHL defenseman since 3-on-3 overtime was implemented in the 2015-16 season. In just his third season with the Devils (6, 2015-17) he ranks second in OT goals by a defenseman in franchise history behind Hall-of-Famer Scott Niedermayer (8, 1991-2004).

 

THAT’S HIGHLY OFFENSIVE

After 20 games, the Devils have a total of 65 regulation/OT goals, which ranks eighth (tie, COL) in the NHL.  In 2016-17, the club had scored just 50 regulation/OT goals after 20 GP.

 

CHILD’S PLAY

Defenseman Will Butcher ranks second among NHL rookies with 14 assists and is fourth in points (16). Eight of his 14 helpers have been on the power play, which ranks sixth (tie, six others) in the league.

On Oct. 14 at NYR, Butcher set an NHL record, becoming the first rookie defenseman in NHL history to have at least eight assists in his first five career games.

Jesper Bratt scored the game-deciding goal in the shootout, Oct. 27 vs. OTT, in his first career shootout attempt.  Bratt also notched the game-winner with 4:23 remaining in regulaton the next evening vs. Arizona.

 

Nico Hischier is currently fifth (tie, A. Kerfoot – COL) among all NHL rookies with 15 points (3G-12A).

 

ACTING LIKE A BRATT

Rookie Jesper Bratt, New Jersey’s sixth-round choice (162nd overall) in the 2016 NHL Draft, set a new franchise record for the most points in the first two games of his NHL career with 3G-2A-5PTS. In addition, he is one of only five NHL players in the last 17 seasons to record five points through his first two NHL games.

  • Others were: Radim Vrbata (2001-02), Brent Seabrook (2005-06), Anze Kopitar (2006-07), Vladimir Tarasenko (2012-13)

*credit NHL PR

 

GETTING GIBBY WITH IT

On Oct. 11 at Toronto, Brian Gibbons scored the first three-on-five shorthanded goal in franchise history. He set a new career-high after scoring his sixth goal, in just his 12th game of 2017-18, on Nov. 3 at EDM.  In 66 NHL games between Columbus and Pittsburgh before signing with New Jersey in the offseason, he had five total goals and 17 assists for 22PTS.

 

Gibbons also scored a shorthanded goal, on a penalty shot, on Oct. 28 vs. ARI.  He ranks second in the NHL (tie, seven others) with two shorthanded goals this season.

 

A BUTCHER’ED PERFORMANCE

Defenseman Will Butcher set a new franchise record for the most points in a Devils’ debut. The 22-year-old blueliner made his NHL/Devils debut on Oct. 7 vs. Colorado and recorded three assists (3PTS). Butcher signed a two-year, entry-level contract with New Jersey on August 27 after spending four seasons playing collegiate hockey at University of Denver (NCHC). He was the 2017 Hobey Baker Award winner as the best hockey player in the NCAA.  He captained Denver to the 2017 NCAA Championship.

 

A NEW ERA

The Devils have eight players aged 23 or younger on their roster.

Jesper Bratt – 19
Nico Hischier – 18
Pavel Zacha – 20
Will Butcher – 22
Mirco Mueller – 22
Steven Santini – 22
Damon Severson – 23
Miles Wood – 22

New Jersey Roster Age by Year: updated 11/21

  • 2017-18: 26.4
  • 2016-17: 27.4
  • 2015-16: 27.7
  • 2014-15: 30.3
  • 2013-14: 29.8
  • 2012-13: 29.5

Active Roster By Nation (*indicates leads NHL)

  • USA – 15*
  • Canada – 4
  • Switzerland – 2
  • Sweden – 1
  • Czech Republic – 1
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Devils Audio: 11/20/17

Will Butcher joined Matt Loughlin and Chico Resch on The One Jersey Network during the Devils 4-3 OT win over the Wild. Butcher now has 3 points (2g-1a) in his last two games played.

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Devils Post-Game: 11/20/17

New Jersey Devils 4 at Minnesota Wild 3 OT

  • Attendance: 19,048
  • Three Stars: 1. John Moore 2. Mikael Granlund 3. Will Butcher
    **See newjerseydevils.com for post-game pressers and sound**

TEAM NOTES

  • The Devils beat the Minnesota Wild in overtime and are now 12-5-3 overall and 7-2-2 on the road. The club finished 2-1-1 on their four-game road trip and are 2-2 in games decided in overtime. 
  • New Jersey is 5-0-0 in its last five games against Minnesota and are 6-4-1 on the road at Xcel Energy Center since the Wild’s inaugural season in 2000-01.  The Devils last loss against the Wild came on Mar. 10, 2015 at Xcel Energy Center.
  • The Devils are 3-2-0 (2-1-0 road) vs. the Central Division and are 5-4-2 overall against the Western Conference.
  • New Jersey was 0-2 on the power play and 2-4 while shorthanded. The club is 2-10 (20%) in their last four games on the man-advantage. 
  • The Devils were out-shot by the Wild, 36-25. 
  • New Jersey’s three shots on net in the first period tied a season low (Oct. 14 at NYR, 1st per.).

PLAYER NOTES

  • John Moore had the game-winning goal 0:52 into overtime. Moore has six career overtime goals, the most by any NHL defenseman since 3-on-3 overtime was implemented in 2015-16, and has both the Devils overtime goals this season. 
  • Adam Henrique had one goal and two assists for his first three-point night and second multi-point game of the season. Henrique now has 11 points (5g-6a) in nine career games against the Wild.
  • Will Butcher registered the second goal of his career and has three points (2g-1a) in his past two games.
  • Steven Santini scored his first goal of the season and his first in 45 games (Jan. 20 vs. MTL). Santini also led the Devils with four blocked shots and three hits. 
  • Brian Gibbons had the primary assist on Henrique’s goal and has two points (1g-1a) in two games.
  • Andy Greene recorded his third assist of the season and led the Devils with 22:05 TOI. 
  • Ben Lovejoy also had an assist and played a season-high 20:16 TOI.
  • Cory Schneider stopped 33 of 36 shots (.917 save%) and improved to 8-4-2. 

STATISTICS

Next Up     *Subject to change

Tomorrow: Off
Wednesday: 7 PM vs. Boston Bruins at Prudential Center
Morning Skate 10:30 AM
Thursday: Off
Friday: 7 PM vs. Vancouver Canucks at Prudential Center
Morning Skate 10:30 AM

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Devils Pre-Game Notes: 11/20/17

New Jersey Devils (11-5-3) at Minnesota Wild (9-8-2)

8PM ET• Excel Energy Center • MSG+ • The One Jersey Network

*Links for The One Jersey Network can be found on newjerseydevils.com and all Devils Social Media channels.

*Game Notes Contacts: James Stolfi / Scott Litwack

Pre-Game Availability (subject to change)

  • TBA


    LAST GAME: NOV. 18 – NEW JERSEY 2 at Winnipeg 5

     

    The Devils lost to the Winnipeg Jets and are now 11-5-3 overall and 6-2-2 on the road. The club is 1-1-1 on their current four-game road trip and New Jersey gave up a season-high five goals against in the second period (previously 4 goals in the 1st per., Nov. 12 at CHI).

     

    New Jersey is 1-4-0 at Bell MTS Place since 2013-14 and are 16-10-4 all-time on the road vs. the Jets/Thrashers franchise. The two clubs will close out their regular season series on March 8 at Prudential Center.  

     

    New Jersey was 0-2 on the power play and took no penalties for the first time this season. The Devils out-shot the Jets, 36-34 and are now 2-1-2 in games where they out-shoot their opponent. 

     

    Brian Gibbons scored his team-leading ninth goal of the season at 6:52 of the first period, while Blake Coleman and Will Butcher had the assists. Butcher also scored the first goal of his career/as a Devil and leads all rookies in assists (tie, M. Barzal – NYI) with 14. Butcher recorded the fourth multi-point game of his career. 

     

    Nico Hischier had the primary assist on Butcher’s goal, his 12th of the season, and led the team with seven shots. Hischier’s seven shots on net was a career-high, and tied a season-high (seven other occurrences) for the Devils.  Taylor Hall had an assist and his team-leading 20th point to become the first Devils’ player to reach the 20 point-mark in 2017-18. 

     

    Cory Schneider stopped 17 of 22 shots and fell to 7-4-2. Schneider is now 3-5-1 in his career against the Jets.  Keith Kinkaid replaced Schneider at the start of the third period, and stopped all 12 shots he faced. It was the second time this season Kinkaid relieved Schneider mid-game. 

     

    Damon Severson led New Jersey with 21:46 TOI, while Steven Santini had a game-high five hits.  Travis Zajac won 73% (11-4) of face-offs he took. 

     

     

    TONIGHT AT Minnesota 

     

    Tonight is the first of two regular season meetings between the Devils and Wild. New Jersey was 2-0-0 against the Wild in 2016-17.

     

    The Devils are 2-2-0 vs. the Central Division and are 4-4-2 against the Western Conference. New Jersey is 4-1-0 in its last five games against Minnesota and are 5-4-1 all-time on the road vs. the Wild.  The Devils last loss against the Wild came on Mar. 10, 2015 at Xcel Energy Center.

     

    Adam Henrique has 8 points (4g-4a) in eight career games vs. Minnesota, while Taylor Hall has two points (1g-1a) in two career games against the Wild with the Devils. 

     

    Kyle Quincey, who appeared in 53 games for the Devils last season, is in his first campaign with the Wild. 

     

    INJURIES

    • Marcus Johansson (IR, retro to Nov. 1, concussion, eight games missed) suffered on Nov. 1, is out.
    • Mirco Mueller (IR, fractured collarbone, two games missed) suffered on Nov. 12 is out 10-12 weeks from time of the surgery Nov. 16.

    Games Lost to Injury/Illness: 68

    MILESTONES

    GREENE – Reached 200TH PT of career/Devils w/ goal, Nov. 12 at CHI.

    HALL – Reached 400TH PT of NHL career w/ goal, Nov. 12 at CHI.

    JOHANSSON – 5PTS for 300 in NHL. I.R.

    BOYLE – 6G for 100 in NHL.

     

     

    RECENT TRANSACTIONS
    Oct. 20: Placed G Cory Schneider (lower body) on I.R. (retro to Oct. 19). Recalled G Scott Wedgewood from Binghamton (AHL) under emergency conditions.

     

    Oct. 28: Traded G Scott Wedgewood to Arizona in exchange for Arizona’s fifth-round selection (previously acquired in the Michael Stone trade w/ CGY).  Activated G Cory Schneider off I.R.

     

    Nov. 1: Placed F Kyle Palmieri (lower body) on I.R., retroactive to 10/22/17. Activated F Brian Boyle (Chronic Myeloid Leukemia) off I.R. 

     

    Nov. 9: Placed F Marcus Johansson (concussion) on I.R., retro to Nov. 1. Activated F Kyle Palmieri (lower body) off I.R., retro. to Oct. 22.

     

    Nov. 15: Activated F Michael McLeod (lower body) off I.R.; he was immediately assigned to Mississauga (OHL). Placed D Mirco Mueller (broken left clavicle) on I.R., retro to Nov. 12).

     

    Nov. 16: Activated C Travis Zajac off I.R.

     

    MILES AND MILESTONES

    On Nov. 12 at CHI., New Jersey stormed-back from a three-goal deficit to defeat th, 7-5.  It was the first time since Apr. 18, 2006 at MTL that New Jersey overcame a three-goal deficit to win in regulation.

     

    Miles Wood had the first hat-trick (2PP/1EV) of his NHL career and added an assist for his first four-point game.  Taylor Hall tallied his 400th NHL point (72nd w/ NJD) with a goal in the second period, while captain Andy Greene recorded his 200th career/Devils’ point; also from a second period goal. 

     

    ROOKIE DIARIES

    The first episode of this seasons Devils All-Access: Rookie Diaries features rookie forward Nico Hischier. The 2017 first overall pick discusses his first few weeks in the NHL as well as coming to New Jersey after the draft. Watch using the link below or find on all Devils’ Social Media Channels.

    https://www.nhl.com/devils/video/rookie-diaries-ep-1-hischier/t-277437418/c-54565703

     

    HOCKEY FIGHTS CANCER

    On Nov. 24 vs. Vancouver, the Devils will host their Hockey Fights Cancer Night. During Hockey Fights Cancer Awareness Month, all 31 teams join the hockey family’s fight against cancer by hosting a Hockey Fights Cancer Awareness Night. Players, fans, team-personnel and partners come together to raise money and awareness for hockey’s most important fight.

     

    CONGRATULATIONS DAVE ANDREYCHUK!

    Former Devil, Dave Andreychuk, was officially inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Tuesday.  He was a member of the Devils for three-plus seasons (1996-99) and scored 64G-86A-150pts in 224GP. He was traded by the Maple Leafs to New Jersey for NJD’s second-round choice (Marek Posmyk) in the 1996 NHL Draft and New Jersey’s third-round choice (traded back to New Jersey – Andre Lakos) in the 1999 NHL Draft.  

     

    He scored his 500th NHL goal as a member of the Devils on Mar. 15, 1997 vs. WSH.

     

    ROAD WARRIORS

    The Devils are 6-2-2 away from Prudential Center to start the season, and were the last team to remain undefeated on the road until Nov. 3 at EDM, 6-3 L.  Their 5-0-0 road record to start the season was the club’s best road start since 2009-10, when they started 9-0-0 on the road.   

     

    JOHNNY ROCKET

    John Moore scored the game-winning goal in overtime on Oct. 19 at OTT.  He now has five OT game-winners with New Jersey, which is the most by any NHL defenseman since 3-on-3 overtime was implemented in the 2015-16 season. In just his third season with the Devils (5, 2015-17) he ranks second in OT goals by a defenseman in franchise history behind Hall-of-Famer Scott Niedermayer (8, 1991-2004).

     

    THAT’S HIGHLY OFFENSIVE

    After 19 games, the Devils have a total of 61 regulation/OT goals, which ranks eighth (tie, COL/CHI/OTT/LA)* in the NHL.  In 2016-17, the club had scored just 46 regulation/OT goals after 19 GP.

    *As of Nov. 19 

     

    CHILD’S PLAY

    Defenseman Will Butcher leads all NHL rookies with 14 assists (tie, M. Barzal – NYI) and is ranked fourth (tie, Nico Hischier – NJD and A. Kerfoot – COL)* in points. Eight of his 14 helpers have been on the power play, which ranks sixth (tie, six others)* in the NHL.

    On Oct. 14 at NYR, Butcher set an NHL record, becoming the first rookie defenseman in NHL history to have at least eight assists in his first five career games.

    Jesper Bratt scored the game-deciding goal in the shootout, Oct. 27 vs. OTT, in his first career shootout attempt.  Bratt also notched the game-winner with 4:23 remaining in regulaton the next evening vs. Arizona.

     

    Nico Hischier is currently fourth (tie, M. Sergachev – TB)* among all NHL rookies with 14 points (3G-11A). 

     *As of Nov. 19 

     

    ACTING LIKE A BRATT

    Rookie Jesper Bratt, New Jersey’s sixth-round choice (162nd overall) in the 2016 NHL Draft, set a new franchise record for the most points in the first two games of his NHL career with 3G-2A-5PTS. In addition, he is one of only five NHL players in the last 17 seasons to record five points through his first two NHL games. 

    • Others were: Radim Vrbata (2001-02), Brent Seabrook (2005-06), Anze Kopitar (2006-07), Vladimir Tarasenko (2012-13)

    *credit NHL PR 

     

    GETTING GIBBY WITH IT

    On Oct. 11 at Toronto, Brian Gibbons scored the first three-on-five shorthanded goal in franchise history. He set a new career-high after scoring his sixth goal, in just his 12th game of 2017-18, on Nov. 3 at EDM.  In 66 NHL games between Columbus and Pittsburgh before signing with New Jersey in the offseason, he had five total goals and 17 assists for 22PTS.

     

    Gibbons also scored a shorthanded goal, on a penalty shot, on Oct. 28 vs. ARI.  He ranks second in the NHL (tie, seven others) with two shorthanded goals this season.

     

    A BUTCHER’ED PERFORMANCE

    Defenseman Will Butcher set a new franchise record for the most points in a Devils’ debut. The 22-year-old blueliner made his NHL/Devils debut on Oct. 7 vs. Colorado and recorded three assists (3PTS). Butcher signed a two-year, entry-level contract with New Jersey on August 27 after spending four seasons playing collegiate hockey at University of Denver (NCHC). He was the 2017 Hobey Baker Award winner as the best hockey player in the NCAA.  He captained Denver to the 2017 NCAA Championship.

     

    A NEW ERA

    The Devils have eight players aged 23 or younger on their roster.

    Jesper Bratt – 19
    Nico Hischier – 18
    Pavel Zacha – 20
    Will Butcher – 22
    Mirco Mueller – 22
    Steven Santini – 22
    Damon Severson – 23
    Miles Wood – 22

    New Jersey Roster Age by Year: updated 11/16

    • 2017-18: 26.4
    • 2016-17: 27.4
    • 2015-16: 27.7
    • 2014-15: 30.3
    • 2013-14: 29.8
    • 2012-13: 29.5

    Active Roster By Nation (*indicates leads NHL)

    • USA – 15*
    • Canada – 4
    • Switzerland – 2
    • Sweden – 1
    • Czech Republic – 1

     

    NOVEMBER BIRTHDAYS!

    Nick Lappin – Nov. 1

    Evan Cormier – Nov. 6

    Brandon Gignac – Nov. 7

    Taylor Hall – Nov. 14

    Viktor Loov – Nov. 16

    John Moore – Nov. 19

    Nikita Popugaev – Nov. 20

    Jimmy Hayes – Nov. 21

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

     

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