The New Jersey Devils development camp wrapped itself up following the Team Red vs. Team White scrimmage on Friday morning. The Devils’ prospects will now head back home for the summer before venturing off to wherever it is they’re playing hockey this fall. Some may be invited to training camp, it’s possible we see them sooner. The Devils added some center depth on Friday signing a veteran forward to a two-way contract. Chase Cheslock showed out at development camp this week and we got some insight to his draft day chaos. Plus, the Pittsburgh Penguins debunked some Tristan Jarry rumors, can they strike a deal for Erik Karlsson next? The Philadelphia Flyers waived Tony DeAngelo to buy out his contract and more,
Let’s get to some news.
New Jersey Devils
New Jersey Hockey Now: The Devils added some depth on Friday signing NHL veteran forward Chris Tierney to a one-year, two-way contract.
NJ Advance Media: The Devils drafted Chase Cheslock in the fifth round of the 2023 NHL Entry Draft. His draft day story is a bit chaotic.
National Hockey Now
Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Rumors ran rampant through fans, media, and sports talk radio alike that Penguins goaltender Tristan Jarry was dealing with a chronic hip condition. A team source in Pittsburgh refuted the report.
Florida Hockey Now: With the goaltending excellence department led by franchise legend Roberto Luongo in Florida, the Panthers are ahead of the game in grooming goaltenders.
San Jose Sharks
San Jose Hockey Now: By no means is Erik Karlsson to the Penguins a lock. But, sources indicate Pittsburgh is his desired destination. Can the two sides make it happen?
Philly Hockey Now: The Tony DeAngelo saga in Philadelphia ended on Friday. They placed DeAngelo on waivers on Friday and plan to buy out his contract if/when he clears waivers on Saturday.
Calgary Hockey Now: Even if the veterans return to Calgary despite their trade requests, the Flames can ice a younger, more balanced lineup in 2023-24.
Buffalo Hockey Now: On Friday, the Sabres announced they’ve signed 2023 second-round draft pick Anton Wahlberg to a three-year, entry-level contract.
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