A few days ago, we looked at the New Jersey Devils’ unrestricted free agents and who could return and who could test the market on July 1. Today, we’ll be looking at the organization’s eight restricted free agents, and there are some big names general manager Tom Fitzgerald has to get signed to long-term deals.
With their backs against the wall, the New Jersey Devils came up with a big-time performance to make it a series against the New York Rangers. Facing a 2-0 series deficit, they picked up a 2-1 overtime victory, thanks to Dougie Hamilton’s game-winner and an outstanding performance from rookie goaltender Akira Schmid. Here are four takeaways
Welcome to our daily rumours article brought to you by NHL Lines site Betway The Ducks have John Klingberg‘s no-trade list as he waits as trade bait Lisa Dillman of the Whillier Daily News: John Klingberg signed a one-year, $7 million deal with the Anaheim Ducks this past offseason and is well aware that he
The New Jersey Devils are back on the road tonight, taking on the Detroit Red Wings at Little Caesars Arena at 7:00 pm. It is a nationally televised game, so the Devils will be expected to bring their A-game, especially with the rest of the Metropolitan Division closing in on their second-place spot. New Jersey
In today’s NHL rumors rundown, Nikolaj Ehlers underwent surgery and will be out six-to-eight weeks. Can or will the Jets do anything to replace his production? Meanwhile, the New Jersey Devils have started negotiating with Jesper Bratt and the Edmonton Oilers are eyeing the kinds of players as possible trade options that don’t currently exist
Welcome to our daily rumours article brought to you by Betway Sports August 1st and Those UFA Lists? Luke Fox Of Sportsnet: August has arrived which means the arbitration or near arbitration game mixed in with some unrestricted free agents who have not quite signed yet. As mentioned in several places and outlets, a Nazem
In 2016, the New Jersey Devils selected Jesper Bratt in the sixth round of the annual Entry Draft. At the time, nobody expected him to make the NHL, let alone be a franchise player. After a career year in 2021-22, Bratt is still a restricted free agent. It’s safe to say that the Swedish native
Amanda Stein: New Jersey Devils GM Tom Fitzgerald said that he can’t control pending RFA Jesper Bratt and a potential offer sheet but adds “he’s a big part of our future. He’s a tremendous young player. We want Jesper here long-term. That’s my job, to work out a deal with his agent.” Bratt from the
Bratt on his contract situation Amanda Stein: New Jersey Devils pending RFA forward Jesper Bratt on what his contract situation means for his offseason: “I’m focusing on doing everything I can to be a better player next season hopefully the negotiation part will go well. I see New Jersey as my home.” Scheifele hasn’t asked
Welcome to New Jersey Devils Weekly! The Devils resume their schedule since their last game on Feb. 15. New Jersey plays three games in four days to close out the month of February — at the Pittsburgh Penguins on Feb. 24, at the Chicago Blackhawks on Feb. 25, and home against the Vancouver Canucks on
The New Jersey Devils have a record of 15-23-5 and are in last place in the Metropolitan Division entering games on Jan. 31. While the results are not surprising, given the roster is the youngest in the league and the strong competition in the Metro, it is disappointing. The team has struggled for years as
Jesper Bratt is back and that’s good news for the New Jersey Devils. First-year coach Lindy Ruff wasted no time inserting Bratt into his roster and giving him top-line minutes alongside Jack Hughes. His first game back, he didn’t score any points, but considering he hasn’t played since last season, he didn’t look particularly rusty.
The New Jersey Devils will have a lot of money to spend on unrestricted free agents and trades this offseason. But they’ll also have to keep a chunk of change aside for some notable restricted free agents (RFAs), one being Jesper Bratt. The Swedish winger was a sixth-round pick of the Devils in 2016 and has performed
This is the offseason that never ends. It seems like an eternity since Rasmus Dahlin scored the shootout-winning goal against the Washington Capitals. Had that been the end of the regular season, the Stanley Cup would be handed out, the NHL draft would be complete, the free agents would have landed and we’d be starting
Expectations were quite high for New Jersey Devils’ winger Jesper Bratt entering the season. He only played in 51 games in his second pro campaign in 2018-19 but produced at a 52-point over 82 games. The hope was he’d continue building on that step forward in 2019-20, but that’s not how things started out. He