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2019 1.50.8 1 16:30
3y Avg. 0.250.3 - 0 11:03

Fantasy News

  • Avalanche's Joshua Jacobs: Joins Avs on two-way deal

    Jacobs signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Avalanche on Wednesday. Jacobs had 15 points in 51 contests with AHL Chicago last season. The 26-year-old defenseman hasn't played in the NHL since 2019-20 and has just three games at hockey's highest level in his career, so he should be expected to play almost all of 2022-23 with AHL Colorado.
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  • Hurricanes' Joshua Jacobs: Lands on waivers

    Jacobs was placed on waivers Sunday, The Athletic's Sara Civian reports. Jacobs managed just 31 points in 142 games over the past three seasons at AHL Binghamton. Furthermore, with just three games under his belt at the NHL level over that same span, he is not expected to crack the Canes' lineup this season.
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  • Hurricanes' Joshua Jacobs: Gets two-way deal

    Jacobs signed a one-year, two-way contract with the Hurricanes on Wednesday, per CapFriendly. Jacobs has played just three NHL games, and he didn't get into any last season. The defenseman logged three assists in 19 games with AHL Binghamton in the Devils' organization, and he'll likely link up with AHL Chicago to begin 2021-22.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Returns to AHL Binghamton

    Jacobs was sent down to AHL Binghamton on Tuesday, per CapFriendly. Jacobs didn't get into an NHL game this season, but he spent large chunks of the campaign on the taxi squad.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Joins taxi squad

    Jacobs was promoted to the taxi squad Saturday, per CapFriendly. Jacobs will serve as defensive depth for the Devils while he's on the taxi squad. He hasn't made his season debut at the NHL level yet.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Reassigned to AHL

    Jacobs was sent to AHL Binghamton on Friday, per CapFriendly. Jacobs continues shuffling between levels but has yet to see any NHL action this season. He has two assists in 10 AHL games.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Promoted to taxi squad

    Jacobs was added to New Jersey's taxi squad Friday. Jacobs will be on hand as an emergency option for Friday's clash with the Capitals. He has yet to appear in an NHL contest this season.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Jettisoned to minors

    Jacobs was assigned to AHL Binghamton on Sunday. Jacobs was recalled March 10 but never drew into an NHL game. The 25-year-old has posted one point through six AHL contests this year.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Bumped up to taxi squad

    Jacobs was promoted from AHL Binghamton to the Devils' taxi squad Wednesday. Jacobs will presumably be on hand as an emergency option for Thursday's game against the Islanders. He has yet to crack New Jersey's lineup this season.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Assigned to AHL affiliate

    Jacobs was assigned to AHL Binghamton on Friday. Jacobs has yet to appear in an NHL contest this season and could be in for an extended stay in the minors. He went scoreless in two games with the Devils last campaign.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Joins taxi squad

    Jacobs was promoted to New Jersey's taxi squad Friday. Jacobs will swap places with Matt Tennyson, who was sent down to AHL Binghamton to make room for Jacobs on the taxi squad.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Demoted to minors

    Jacobs was sent down to AHL Binghamton on Monday. With the Devils starting to get players back from the COVID-19 protocol list, Jacobs will head down to the minors. It's likely this won't be the last time Jacobs shifts between levels, but most of his games this year are likely to come in the minors.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Secures one-year pact

    Jacobs inked a one-year, two-way contract with New Jersey on Wednesday. Jacobs was limited to just two games with the Devils last season, instead spending the bulk of his campaign in the minors with AHL Binghamton. In 54 minor-league contests, the 24-year-old blueliner garnered five goals, 10 helpers and 20 PIM. Selected by the club in the second round of the 2014 NHL Draft, Jacobs could see an improved chance at securing a spot on the 23-man roster next year, especially if Fredrik Claesson or Dakota Mermis are allowed to walk in free agency.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Sent to bus league

    New Jersey assigned Jacobs to AHL Binghamton on Friday, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports. Jacobs appeared in two games during his brief stay with the big club, going scoreless while averaging 16:35 of ice time. The 24-year-old blueliner will return to a prominent role with Binghamton, where he's notched 14 points while posting a plus-10 rating in 50 games this campaign.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Summoned to The Show

    New Jersey promoted Jacobs from AHL Binghamton on Thursday. The Devils only had six healthy defensemen on their roster prior to Jacobs' promotion, so he'll be on hand as an insurance policy for Thursday's game against San Jose. The 24-year-old American has notched 14 points in 50 games with Binghamton this season.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Lands two-way deal

    Jacobs signed a one-year, two-way contract with New Jersey on Monday. Jacobs made his NHL debut last season versus Boston on March 21, in which he registered one shot, two hits and one block in 14:54 of ice time. In the minors, the 23-year-old notched 13 points in 69 appearances. The 2014 second-round pick figures to continue featuring primarily in the minors during the 2019-20 campaign, but could see a game or two with the Devils.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Qualified by Devils

    Jacobs received a qualifying offer from New Jersey on Tuesday. Jacobs appeared in one game for New Jersey last season, finishing with a minus-one rating and failing to find the scoresheet in 14:54 of ice time. He now has the option to either accept New Jersey's qualifying offer, agree to a multi-year deal with his current club, or wait and try and find a better situation on the open market once free agency opens up.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Returns to minors

    Jacobs was reassigned to AHL Binghamton on Saturday. While the right-shot defenseman seems to have lost some luster on his prospect status as a second-rounder from the 2014 draft, Jacobs at least made his NHL debut with the Devils on Thursday, picking up 14:51 of ice time to go with two hits and a blocked shot in a 5-1 loss to the Bruins. As a pending restricted free agent, Jacobs could be a part of the future plans in New Jersey, but he'll still have to receive a qualifying offer in the summer.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Called up from minors

    Jacobs was promoted from AHL Binghamton on Thursday and will make his NHL debut versus the Bruins, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports. Jacobs will slot into the third pairing due to Will Butcher's (illness) absence. The 23-year-old Jacobs was selected by the Devils in the second round of the 2014 NHL Draft and has spent the last three seasons playing in the AHL, where he tallied 37 points in 165 games. The blueliner will have just eight games to convince team brass to give him a shot at a roster spot heading into the 2019-20 campaign.
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  • Devils' Joshua Jacobs: Inks three-year deal with New Jersey

    Jacobs signed a three-year, entry-level contract with the Devils on Friday. Jacobs contract will begin with the 2016-17 season. In the meantime, the 20-year-old blueliner will report to AHL Albany on an amateur tryout contract for the remainder of the season. Jacobs played well in the OHL this season, notching 24 points with an admirable plus-26 rating over 67 games. The Michigan native will likely spend the majority of the 2016-17 campaign developing his game in the AHL.
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