Devils chairman/managing partner Jeff Vanderbeek, GM Lou Lamoriello and Ilya Kovalchuk's agent, Jay Grossman, met with NHL executives at the league's New York office Monday, a league source told ESPN.
A crazy first day of free agency in the NHL was highlighted by defensemen re-signing or changing teams for big money, writes E.J. Hradek.
With these Devils in transition, there wasn't much Larry Robinson could do to get the team on track.
The Devils could offer Scott Niedermayer money, but they couldn't give him his brother as a teammate.
Martin Brodeur's World Cup title butressed his reputation as the game's best goalie.
The Devils look like shadows of their Cup-winning selves. Can they find their game before being bounced by Philly?
After enduring skepticism of his abilities, Flyers goalie Robert Esche made his critics eat their words in Game 1.
For New Jersey Devils defenseman Scott Niedermayer, praise is in the engraved name of a Stanley Cup holder.
Most of the shoppers at the NHL trade deadline are after the same thing. But how much are they willing to pay?
Who's for sale on the NHL trade market? Would you believe life-long Ranger Brian Leetch is among the many?
The Devils without Scott Stevens on the blue line is a strange sight, but a welcome one for opponents.
After a Jekyll-and-Hyde season last year, the Predators are aiming for consistency and the playoffs.
GM Lou Lamoriello brought in the best kind of teacher for his two rookie defensemen -- an ex-Canadien.
With Dominik Hasek's return to Motown, the next logical question: What will become of Curtis Joseph?
Both Martin Brodeur and Jean-Sebastien Giguere ended up with hardware, but it was Brodeur who got the bigger prize.
For the Mighty Ducks to dance with Lord Stanley's Cup, Jiggy must steal it, EJ Hradek writes.