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Season 2018-2019

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This club in 2018-2019: NHL

 
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GKeith Kinkaid04.07.1989190 cm82 kgleft
GEddie Läck05.01.1988194 cm83 kgleft
GCory Schneider18.03.1986188 cm88 kgleft
DWill Butcher06.01.1995178 cm90 kgleft
DAndy Greene (C)30.10.1982181 cm88 kgleft
DEric Gryba14.04.1988190 cm97 kgright
DBen Lovejoy20.02.1984188 cm97 kgright
DMirco Müller21.03.1995191 cm85 kgleft
DSteven Santini07.03.1995188 cm94 kgright
DDamon Severson07.08.1994188 cm95 kgright
DSami Vatanen03.06.1991175 cm75 kgright
DYegor Yakovlev17.09.1991180 cm83 kgN/A
FJoey Anderson19.06.1998180 cm86 kgright
CBrian Boyle18.12.1984200 cm110 kgleft
LWJesper Bratt30.07.1998179 cm80 kgleft
FBlake Coleman28.11.1991180 cm90 kgleft
RWJean-Sébastien Dea08.02.1994180 cm- kgright
LWTaylor Hall14.11.1991184 cm84 kgleft
RWNico Hischier04.01.1999184 cm81 kgleft
FMarcus Johansson06.10.1990181 cm86 kgleft
RWStefan Noesen12.02.1993185 cm88 kgright
FKyle Palmieri01.02.1991180 cm88 kgright
CKevin Rooney21.05.1993188 cm86 kgleft
RWDrew Stafford30.10.1985187 cm92 kgright
LWMiles Wood13.09.1995185 cm75 kgleft
FPavel Zacha06.04.1997191 cm95 kgleft
CTravis Zajac13.05.1985187 cm89 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Roland Melanson28.06.1960Goalie coach
Alain Nasreddine10.07.1975Assistant Coach
Tom Fitzgerald28.08.1968AGM
Mike Grier05.01.1975Assistant Coach
Rick Kowalsky20.03.1972Assistant Coach
John Hynes10.02.1975Head Coach
Ray Shero28.07.1962GM

* no longer in the club

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Founded in Kansas City as Kansas City Scouts in 1974, moved to Denver as Colorado Rockies in 1976, before finally settling in New Jersey as Devils in 1982. Reached playoffs just once in their first 13 seasons, but since 1987 the franchise has been almost ever-present in the post season, finnishing with a winning record every year between 1992 and 2010. Won three Stanley Cups. Moved to brand new Prudential Center before 2007-08 season.

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Stanley Cup Champions 1995, 2000 & 2003. Four Stanley Cup finals appearances. Nine Atlantic Division titles.

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Washington Capitals get new coach

After one season in Tampa Bay and two seasons behind the New Jersey Devils' bench as an assistant coach, Adam Oates has his first job as head coach. He has signed with the Washington Capitals, replacing his former teammate Dale Hunter.

(26 Jun 2012)
 

Patrik Elias becomes New Jersey Devils best scorer

Scoring twice in Devils' victory against Montreal Canadians, 35 years old New Jersey captain Patrik Elias becomes the Devils' all-time points leader with 845. Elias played 993 games in NHL, all with Devils' jersey
"It just feels nice," said Elias to ESPN. "It just feels that you're doing something right and it keeps me going. Hopefully, I have a lot more in me, obviously, but at this moment I'm enjoying it."

(18 Dec 2011)
 

New Jersey Devils retired Scott Niedermayer’s number

Fomer defenseman Scott Niedermayer has his number 27 retired Friday, when New Jersey Devils honored him in a ceremony before the game.
Niedermayer played for New Jersey from 1992-2004 before joining the Anaheim Ducks in 2005, amassing 172 goals and 568 assists in 1,263 games and winning three Stanley Cups with the Devils and a fourth in Anaheim in 2007.
Among all NHL players, Niedermayer is the only one to have won a Stanley Cup championship, Olympic gold medal, World Cup, World Championship, World Junior Championship and a Memorial Cup. "It was an honor and a privilege to be a New Jersey Devil all those years," he told during the ceremony. "These are memories I will cherish all my life."

(17 Dec 2011)
 

Jacob Josefson out with broken right collarbone

New Jersey Devils Swedish center Jacob Josefson underwent surgery Saturday morning and will be out three to four months after having broken his right collarbone after a spill into the boards with 3:05 left in the first period in 4-3 shootout home defeat against the San Jose Sharks. Strange coincidence, Josefson suffered another injury during a game against Sharks last season: he was forced to undergo surgery for a torn ligament in his thumb, missing ice for almost four months.

(23 Oct 2011)
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