The New Jersey Devils finalized their roster, making several moves to make the team cap compliant by today’s 3 p.m. deadline.
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As the deadline for Devils' president and general manager Lou Lamoriello to get under the cap quickly approaches, several players names have been thrown into the fire of possible cap casualties.
Amid the usual Brian Rolston or Colin White discussion, one name has flown under the radar but presents the most intriguing situation. David Clarkson, the Devils' gritty power-forward, could be the biggest draw for teams looking to poach quality talent at a low price.
For a look at the reasons why Clarkson could end up traded, read after the jump!
We will soon know what the fallout of signing Ilya Kovalchuk is. The Devils must be under the $59.4 million payroll cap by 3 p.m. Wednesday, which is just a little over 48 hours away. There are some moves that have been highly talked about over the last few days and some other moves that we can only guess at. Only Lou knows what he is going to do.
Devils' president and general manager Lou Lamoriello announced that defenseman Bryce Salvador will be out indefinitely after being diagnosed with a concussion today.
There has been no decision on whether or not to place Salvador on the long-term injured reserve list.
The Devils continued to trim their training camp roster today, reassigning goalie Jeff Frazee, defenseman Eric Gelinas and releasing Marcus Nilson.
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