NEWARK -- Regardless of what happens to goaltender Martin Brodeur this week, the Devils could be buyers before the NHL trade deadline on Wednesday.
The Devils have scored 13 goals in three games since the Olympic break, but their 2.39 goals per game rank 24th among 30 clubs.
He returned to the Flames in 2012 following an unusual transaction in which he was traded in the middle of a game.
Representing Canada internationally on four occasions, Cammalleri won bronze and silver medals at the 20 World Junior Championships respectively.
The Devils' other veterans in the final year of a contract are defensemen Marek Zidlicky and Mark Fayne, and checking-line forwards Stephen Gionta, Ryan Carter and Steve Bernier. “I think we’ve seen that in the past where there have been surprises.
He has 223 career goals, but just 13 in 43 games this season.
“Different things pop up every day now until the deadline,” forward Adam Henrique said. You never know what's actually going on unless you’re sitting there in the meetings.
If Wayne Gretzky’s been traded, anybody can be traded.
I don’t know think there’s going to be any major moves, but I think you always try to look to see if you can make the team better.