The two Stadium Series games at MetLife Stadium this weekend increased the NHL's total of outdoor games to 41.
Now playing with his fifth NHL team as a member of the New Jersey Devils, Tyler Toffoli is no stranger to making new friends.
New Jersey made the playoffs last year for the first time since 2018 and beat the rival New York Rangers in the first round.
Bernier has retired after playing more than a decade in the NHL, a career that spanned six teams and included winning a Stanley Cup ring.
The contract will pay the 26-year-old Swiss forward an average of $8.8 million annually.
General manager Tom Fitzgerald announced the deal, which will pay the 24-year-old an average of $7.875 million annually.
Jonas Siegenthaler is deeply grateful for the backing he receives from the Asian fan base.
Now in his ninth NHL season, Severson has an optimistic outlook on the Devils future.
The 26-year-old Swiss winger has 31 goals and 21 assists in 57 games this season.
The 21-year-old Hughes represented New Jersey at NHL All-Star Weekend.
At 29, Hamilton is the fifth oldest player on the Devils roster and is embracing his role as a mentor to the team’s younger corps.
Selected 18th overall at the 2020 NHL Draft, Mercer is part of an exclusive group of Newfoundlanders drafted in the first round.
Mr. Hischier reporting to class. The Devils captain on what he would have been if he wasn't a hockey player and more.
A medical evaluation showed Hughes has a low-grade left MCL sprain.
A family member and a flashy Anaheim Ducks forward are two players who Jack Hughes would like to call teammates again one day.
The Devils did not give a timetable for his return
Hughes, the No. 1 pick overall in the 2019 NHL draft will earn an average salary of $8 million with the new contract.
Tomas Tatar has been impressed by the drive and talent of his young New Jersey Devils teammates in his first season with the team.
The Devils placed Hughes on injured reserve Thursday. They said he won’t need surgery at this time and he has started physical therapy.
With over 600 NHL games to his name, Dougie Hamilton is feeling like a seasoned veteran as he helps lead a young New Jersey Devils core.