The Nashville Predators have acquired veteran forward Brian Boyle from the New Jersey Devils for a second-round pick in the June NHL draft.
It was love at first skate for Nico Hischier, but what he'd be doing instead if hockey hadn't panned out and more in his Player Q&A!
Pick a sport, any sport, and Blake Coleman has probably played it.
New Jersey coach John Hynes received a multiyear contract extension, a reward for making the playoffs last season for the first time since the Devils reached the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals.
For Jerry York, the long-time NCAA bench boss, Boyle worked hard to make a lasting impact on and off the ice at Boston College.
Warning: This video contains some serious frosted tips.
Brian Boyle understandably becomes emotional when queried about what the past three weeks have been like for him.
New Jersey Devils forward Brian Boyle has played in his 700th NHL game.
Jordin Tootoo, the first Inuk player in the history of the NHL, has announced his retirement from the league after 13 seasons.
Leon Draistail, Nico Hischier, and Tobias Rieder talk about their excitement to lace up their skates at home as part of the NHL Global Series.
At a mere 5-foot-7, Brian Gionta knew the odds would be long at getting an opportunity to play in the NHL some 20 years ago after being drafted by the New Jersey Devils.
The New Jersey Devils have re-signed defenceman Steven Santini to a three-year, $4.25 million contract.
There’s no doubt Taylor Hall has some serious hockey skills. His SPF skills, however, could use some work.
The New Jersey Devils have agreed to terms with forwards Blake Coleman and Stefan Noesen.
Steve Hall has been their for his son, Taylor, every step of the way. The 2017-18 Ted Lindsay Award finalist shares the best yet simplest advice he's gotten from his dad over the years.
Dad jokes, bad jokes – is there really a difference? Tyler Seguin and Taylor Hall popped by the NHLPA.com studio to try their hand at delivering some cringeworthy dad jokes!
Players vote Taylor Hall, Nathan MacKinnon and Connor McDavid as TLA Finalists. All three players are former first-overall draft picks.
In this week’s episode, we learn that Joe Nieuwendyk didn’t always have his sights set on hockey. In fact, it wasn’t even his best sport!
For a player whose explosive skating skills make him appear to be in perpetual motion, it’s Taylor Hall’s ability to put things on pause that have his teammates speaking volumes.
There's no stopping Taylor Hall, unquestionably the New Jersey Devils' most valuable player in their quest to end a five-year playoff drought.