Nick Bjugstad

Nick Bjugstad

Height/Weight: 6' 6"/209 lbs
Born: Minneapolis, Minnesota
Draft: 2010 1st round (19th pick) by the
Shoots: R
  • The Hockey Writers

    3 Coyotes Players the Devils Should Target this Offseason - The Hockey Writers New Jersey Devils Latest News, Analysis & More

    The worst-kept secret in hockey is that the Arizona Coyotes are poised to move to Utah and start play in Salt Lake City next season. While the location change is unlikely to impact the New Jersey Devils, it may allow them to supplement their roster with players who don't want to make the move. You wouldn't know it from their record, but Arizona has a roster of talented players who could fit well in New Jersey. With all that in mind, here are three players who the Devils should target from the team formerly known as the Coyotes.


    Will Nick Bjugstad Score a Goal Against the Kraken on April 9?

    Can we expect Nick Bjugstad lighting the lamp when the Arizona Coyotes clash with the Seattle Kraken at 10:00 PM ET on Tuesday? To assist you with your wagers, check out the stats and trends below. Catch over 1,000 out of market NHL games , plus original programming, with ESPN+ or the Disney Bundle. Sportsbook promo codes Sportsbook Promo Code Offer BetMGM Click Here Get a $40 Amazon Gift Card & Up To $1,500 Back In Bonus Bets DraftKings Click Here Bet $5 Get $200 In bonus bets instantly! FanDuel Click Here Bet $5 Get $200 in Bonus Bets if Your Team Wins bet365 Click Here First Bet Safety Net up to $2000 or Bet $5 and Get $150 in Bonus Bets Will Nick Bjugstad score a goal against the Kraken?

  • Reuters

    Coyotes score 6 unanswered goals to rally past Knights

    Michael Carcone scored twice while Alex Kerfoot added one goal and one assist as the host Arizona Coyotes scored six unanswered goals in the third period to beat the Vegas Golden Knights 7-4 Friday night in Tempe, Ariz. Josh Doan, Nick Bjugstad, Josh Brown and Logan Cooley also tallied for the Coyotes (32-39-5, 69 points), who trailed 4-1 eight minutes into the third period before mounting an incredible comeback against the defending Stanley Cup champs. Goaltender Karel Vejmelka made 20 saves.