After being one of the worst offensive teams in the NHL this past season the New Jersey Devils have undergone some significant roster changes in an effort to add some scoring punch to their lineup.
and they signed veteran forward Brian Boyle as a free agent. Joining a team that already has Taylor Hall,<strong>authentic John Tavares jersey</strong>, they were able to take advantage of the Washington Capitals’ salary cap crunch and pick up Marcus Johansson for a couple of draft picks, Kyle Palmieri,They were fortunate enough to get the No. 1 overall pick in the draft and select Nico Hischier,<strong>adida Taylor Hall jersey</strong>, Adam Henrique they should be better. At least on paper.
They are also hoping for some help from within their own organizational pipeline of talent. One player that might be able to make an impact is 2015 third-round pick Blake Speers.
Speers surprisingly made the Devils’ roster a season ago out of training camp and briefly appeared in three games (and impressing the coaching staff) before being sent back to the Ontario Hockey League.
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