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Topic - Lou Lamoriello
The NHL reduced its penalty against the New Jersey Devils on Thursday for signing Ilya Kovalchuk in 2010.
Martin Brodeur never had to make a decision on whether to waive his no-trade clause with the New Jersey Devils.
Martin Brodeur is staying with the New Jersey Devils.
Martin Brodeur has been the masked face of the New Jersey Devils for 20 years.
While he thoroughly enjoyed the Olympics in Sochi, Jaromir Jagr of the New Jersey Devils and the Czech Republic left the Winter Games without a medal.
When Ilya Kovalchuk took his talents - a rare blend of skill, speed and strength - home to Russia last summer, he walked away from $77 million and the 15-year NHL contract he signed in 2010.
Ilya Kovalchuk took his talents - a rare blend of skill, speed and strength - home to Russia last summer.
Ilya Kovalchuk took his talents — a rare blend of skill, speed and strength — home to Russia last summer. It doesn't sound as if Kovalchuk has any regrets about his abrupt retirement from the NHL.
Philadelphia 76ers owner Josh Harris is the new owner of the New Jersey Devils.
Jagr has 681 goals and 1,007 assists in 1,391 career regular-season games with Pittsburgh, Washington, the New York Rangers, Philadelphia, Dallas and Boston.
Star forward Ilya Kovalchuk stunned the New Jersey Devils on Thursday, retiring from the NHL to return to his native Russia.
New Jersey superstar forward Ilya Kovalchuk is retiring from the NHL and returning to Russia. The Devils announced the stunning news Thursday afternoon in a statement, saying that the 30-year-old Kovalchuk had alerted general manager and president Lou Lamoriello earlier this year that he wanted to return home with his family after 11 seasons in the NHL.
Claude Julien doesn't pay much attention to compliments or criticism.
More than two decades later, the former Pittsburgh right wing can help the Boston Bruins win their second title in three seasons.
The New Jersey Devils have acquired forward Steve Sullivan from the Phoenix Coyotes for a seventh-round pick in the 2014 NHL draft.
"He is still a top six forward," Lamoriello said.
"We like our team right now," Lamoriello said. "Certainly our goaltending is improved. Our defense is improved because of the experience of the young guys and up front we are going to be a four-line team. We have power-play people and penalty killers. This will be one of the bigger teams we've had in size."