The New Jersey Devils require reinforcements. Could there be a reunion with a former Devils fan favorite?
The Devils’ goaltending very much remains a question. Down in the AHL, things aren’t going any better for last year’s playoff hero on reassignment.
Elsewhere, would Columbus consider moving their young, Slovakian defenseman? If so, is Buffalo buying? Plus, is there a reason for Pittsburgh’s captain to not be an All-Star this season?
Let’s do that hockey.
New Jersey Devils
New Jersey Hockey Now: Is there a reunion to be had with Adam Henrique and the Devils? Fans in New Jersey would certainly love it. Elliotte Friedman chimes in.
More NJHN: The Devils wanted Akira Schmid to go to the AHL and get his rhythm back. It’s not going as planned. Analysis on Schmid’s AHL stint thus far and insight from Utica Comets reporter, Ben Birnell.
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NHL Trade Talk
Montreal Hockey Now: The Canadiens have parts to sell. MHN sifts through potential trade partners that could buy their parts and potential returns.
Buffalo Hockey Now: David Jiricek is certainly unhappy with his deployment in Columbus. If he were to, say… become available(?), should the Buffalo Sabres attempt to trade for the young Czech defenseman?
National Hockey Now
Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Sidney Crosby is headed to Toronto to compete in the 2024 NHL All-Star Game. However, here’s why Sidney Crosby should NOT be an All-Star, writes PHN’s Dave Molinari.
Colorado Hockey Now: Teams that travel out of the West have a “drastically different” experience than the teams in the East. The Avalanche roster, including former Devil Tomas Tatar, explains.
Philly Hockey Now: It’s pretty rare to see an NHL rookie at the front of the chase for the Frank J. Selke Trophy at the end of January. Flyers winger Tyson Foerster is in the conversation.
San Jose Sharks
San Jose Hockey Now: Told before the Sharks’ Pride Game on Saturday afternoon against the Sabres that there would be rainbow tape available for the players to use during warm-ups, Mike Hoffman chose to show his support.