Chris McKelvie

#59LW,
Height: 6' 1"
Weight: 190
Born:
Birth Place: New Brighton, Minnesota
Draft: Undrafted
Shoots: L
  • Travis Zajac could miss six months for Devils after surgery
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    Travis Zajac could miss six months for Devils after surgery

    It’s around this time that NHL players begin to ramp up their training for the upcoming season. Players like Travis Zajac of the New Jersey Devils, who could miss up to six months (!) of the 2017-18 season after an injury suffered last week. “This morning, Travis Zajac underwent successful surgery to repair a torn left pectoral muscle that was suffered last week during off-season training.

  • Could NJ Become an Actual Destination For FAs?
    All About The Jersey

    Could NJ Become an Actual Destination For FAs?

    As you may have heard, this past year’s Hobey Baker Award winner for the top player in college hockey, defenseman Will Butcher, elected not to sign with his initial draft team, Colorado, but instead pursue free agency. Like Jimmy Vesey last year, this is an option for some college players who play long enough in the amateur ranks before turning pro that they can skate around their initial draft team and test the waters. Last year, there was potential buzz that Vesey could end up with the New Jersey Devils; however, as any fan knows, New Jersey has almost never been a destination that most free agents who command a market would actually choose. So, as you would expect, he signed up to play his

  • Five NHL teams who have improved the most so far this summer
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    Five NHL teams who have improved the most so far this summer

    Many mainstream analysts considered the Coyotes a disaster after head coach Dave Tippett parted ways with the organization. However, wunderkind general manager John Chayka masterfully maneuvered his roster into a respectable, veteran-filled team. Bringing in Niklas Hjalmarsson from Chicago for bottom-pair defenseman Connor Murphy and prospect Laurent Dauphin was a much-needed deal bringing a proven winner with excellent puck-possession skills to a talented backend, including Oliver Ekman-Larsson and 19-year-old Jakob Chychrun. Offensively, trading for center Derek Stepan gives new coach Rick Tocchet a top-line player up the middle. Meanwhile, the likes of Clayton Keller, Max Domi, Dylan Strome