• Devils' Janssen Out Indefinitely

    News: Cam Janssen has been ruled out indefinitely after suffering an upper-body injury Tuesday while playing with AHL Albany, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
    Analysis: Cam Janssen was waived by the Devils at the end of training camp and is strictly an organizational depth player for the team at this stage of his career. The injury will only hurt his chances of making his way back to New Jersey anytime soon.
  • Devils Place Janssen On Waivers

    News: The Devils placed Cam Janssen on waivers Monday, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
    Analysis: Cam Janssen shuffled between the Devils and AHL Albany the last two seasons, and it looks like he will do the same this year, so long as he clears waivers.
  • Devils' Janssen Signs One-Year, Two-Way Deal

    News: Cam Janssen has re-signed with the Devils for 2014-15, agreeing to a one-year, two-way deal worth $575,000, The Record reports.
    Analysis: The 30-year-old wing was due to hit free agency on July 1, but the new deal will keep him with the Devils organization for at least one more season. He split time between the NFL and AHL last season, scoring three goals and recording 22 penalty minutes in 24 appearances for New Jersey.
  • Devils' Janssen Sent To Albany

    News: Cam Janssen was reassigned to AHL Albany on Tuesday, The Record's Tom Gulitti reports.
    Analysis: After passing through waivers unclaimed, Cam Janssen will take up residence in Albany for the foreseeable future. The 29-year-old has averaged less than five minutes of ice time in 24 games with the Devils this season, but he has recorded three goals and a plus-3 rating.
  • Devils Place Janssen On Waivers

    News: Cam Janssen was placed on waivers by the Devils on Monday, Renaud Lavoie of the Montreal Journal reports.
    Analysis: Cam Janssen has played in 24 games for the Devils this season, scoring three goals over that stretch to go along with 22 penalty minutes. The enforcer could head to the AHL if he clears waivers.
  • Devils' Janssen Healthy

    News: Cam Janssen (knee) will be in the lineup Wednesday against the Senators, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
    Analysis: Cam Janssen appeared to injure his knee during Tuesday's practice, but won't end up missing any time because of it. The winger, who has three goals and a plus-3 rating in 19 games this season, should be considered fully healthy moving forward.
  • Devils' Janssen Skates Wednesday

    News: Cam Janssen (knee) appeared to be skating well Wednesday morning, Rich Chere of the Star-Ledger reports.
    Analysis: Cam Janssen injured his knee at practice Tuesday, but returned to the ice Wednesday, and seemed to be skating at full speed. There's no official word on whether or not he'll play Wednesday against the Senators, but he looks like a good bet to be in the lineup at this point.
  • Devils' Janssen Suffers Minor Injury In Practice

    News: Cam Janssen suffered an apparent right knee injury after wiping out during in a one-on-one drill during Tuesday's practice, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
    Analysis: Coach Pete DeBoer met with the press after practice, indicating that Cam Janssen's injury was a scare more than anything and he still expects the winger to play Wednesday against Ottawa. The few fantasy players who count on Janssen can probably feel comfortable inserting him in their lineups.
  • Devils' Janssen Debuts With Goal

    News: Cam Janssen skated less than four minutes in his season debut with the Devils, but picked up his first goal of the year Thursday in a 3-0 win over Philadelphia.
    Analysis: Cam Janssen's better known for his goon points than his offense, as his last goal came way back in the 2010-11 season as a member of the Blues. Don't count on more.
  • Devils Recall Janssen

    News: The Devils recalled Cam Janssen from AHL Albany, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
    Analysis: With just one assist in 11 games with Albany this season, the veteran winger won't provide much offensive production for the Devils, but he has racked up 752 PIMs in 312 career NHL games to date.