Cam Janssen

Height: 6' 0"
Weight: 210
Birth Place: St. Louis, Missouri
Draft: 2002 4th round (117th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • NBC Sports

    Bennett, Grigorenko, Chiasson among notable players to not receive qualifying offers

    Monday was the deadline for teams to extend qualifying offers to pending restricted free agents, and there were a number of notable ones to not receive such an offer from their teams, making them eligible for unrestricted free agency on July 1. Among some of the bigger names to not receive offers were Washington Capitals forward Brett Connolly, St. Louis Blues forward Nail Yakupov, New Jersey Devils forward Beau Bennett, Colorado Avalanche forward Mikhail Grigorenko, and Calgary Flames forward Alex Chiasson. Connolly scored 15 goals in only 66 games for the Capitals this season, and it sounds like even though he did not receive a qualifying offer on Monday the team would still like to re-sign him.


    Metropolitan Division free-agency preview

    Andrew Knoll Arguably the NHL's best division last season, the Metropolitan featured the Stanley Cup-champion Pittsburgh Penguins, the Presidents' Trophy-winning Washington Capitals and the upstart Columbus Blue Jackets. Here's what those three teams -- and the rest of the division -- are up against heading into free agency. (Free agents are unrestricted, unless otherwise noted.) Notable free agents: G Cam Ward, G Eddie Lack Needs: Forwards, forwards, forwards. The Canes would like to add quality and consistency to their young group up front. If they do not retain Lack, they will need a backup goalie. Six of their defensemen are headed for restricted free agency next summer. Cap space: $25.7

  • A New Era Begins With Binghamton Devils
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    A New Era Begins With Binghamton Devils

    Welcome aboard to the New Jersey Devils! The Binghamton Devils will begin their inaugural season for the 2017-’18 campaign in a little over three and a half months from now as opening day is slated for October 7th and there is excitement in the air. Believe me when I say this - as many fans will find it hard to disagree - that we are absolutely thrilled with the new arrival of the New Jersey Devils’ organization to Binghamton. It was a nice run with the Ottawa Senators and the BSens, but many felt like the time had come for a change on both fronts. The fans have spoken out Season ticket sales and packages are on the rise over previous seasons as I have heard many are included from the Tri-City