Rod Pelley addresses the media after a 5-1 loss against the Penguins.
Rod Pelley talks about the Devils first regulation loss of the season — a 4-1 setback against the Sound Tigers.
Introductions weren’t needed during the first couple of days of this year’s training camp. The majority of players, who have already reported to Prudential Center, are quite familiar with each other.
Rod Pelley discusses the start of training camp and gearing up for the upcoming season.
New Jersey Devils forward Stephen Gionta holds the top spot on the AHL Devils record list for games played with 371 between 2006-13. Close behind are four current Devils: Tim Sestito, Dan Kelly, Rod Pelley and Joe Whitney.
The Devils took strides in 2013-14, setting franchise records and earning a coveted playoff spot. The building blocks have already been laid for next season.
Tim Sestito called Rod Pelley “the heart and soul of this team.” Pelley, who rejoined the Devils organization last offseason, captained the Devils to a Calder Cup Playoff berth. Here’s a look at his 2013-14 campaign.
From a leadership standpoint, Rod Pelley spoke Thursday after practice about the team’s mentality heading into this weekend’s home games.
Despite unloading a season-high 53 shots, the Devils lost against the Phantoms, 4-3, Saturday at the Glens Falls Civic Center.
Go behind the scenes of the Devils video shoot for their participation in CBS 6’s “Be an Ally” campaign — an anti-bullying initiative .