Strengths and Weaknesses of New Jersey Devils’ Top Stars

September 2nd, 2013 by Mark Goldberg Leave a reply »
With the New Jersey Devils set to open training camp in a manner of days, it is officially time to start looking forward to the upcoming season.

New Jersey is just about through with what unexpectedly became a tumultuous offseason, to say the least.

The loss of lead scorers Ilya Kovalchuk and David Clarkson may have created an impression that the Devils are suddenly lacking in star power. I am here to ensure New Jersey's faithful that that is not the case.

Despite losing a number of their best players, the Devils were able to add some significant talent to their roster. On top of that, they re-signed established players, including Patrik Elias and Adam Henrique.

Indeed, the Devils still have a handful of star players, new and old.

These stars, though, are of course human, just like any other player. They each have their flaws to go along with their talent.

Let's take a look at some of the most glaring weaknesses of the New Jersey Devils' top stars.

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