John Fischer

  • joined Nov 12, 2008
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I am a supporter of Jersey's Team: The New Jersey Devils. A fan since 1994 and a season ticket holder since the opening of the Rock, I began In Lou We Trust in October 2006 to discuss and express opinions, analysis, perspectives, and reactions to the news and events surrounding the Devils. The writing may be much, but the passion for the team to succeed drives my writing and the blog as a whole.

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Devils Stay Greene: $25 Million Extension Reaction


The New Jersey Devils locked up another potential free agent in 2015 by signing Andy Greene to a contract extension worth $25 million over five years. This reaction post looks at why it's a good...

Reviewing Goals Against Cory Schneider: Dec. 2013


Cory Schneider was hot in November but he was not in December. In 6 games, he conceded 18. How many of those were soft? How many of them featured another Devil making a notable error? This month's...

Reviewing Goals Against Cory Schneider: Nov. 2013


Cory Schneider got hot in November in the 2013-14 season. In six appearances, he got beaten only eight times. Find out what kinds of goals those eight were in this second part of the review of all...

Jacob Josefson Re-Signed: 2 Years, $800k/Year


Jacob Josefson was re-signed by the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday and it was revealed on Thursday that it was a two-year, one-way contract worth a total of $1.6 million. This reaction post asks the...

Reviewing Goals Against Cory Schneider: Oct. 2013


Cory Schneider will be the goaltender for the New Jersey Devils for time to come with his new contract. Let's take a closer look at the goals he allowed in his first season with the team. This post...

A Closer Look at Jagr's 24 Goals for NJ in 13-14


Jaromir Jagr led the New Jersey Devils in scoring last season, which was impressive given that he's on the wrong side of 40. Therefore, a closer look will be taken at all of his points. This post...

Cory Schneider Gets 7 Yr. Contract Extension


Cory Schneider will be a New Jersey Devil until he's 35. Today, the New Jersey Devils signed the goaltender to a 7-year contract extension worth $42 million. This post briefly explains why this is...

What Should Be Andy Greene's Next Contract?


There are two players on the New Jersey Devils that may get a contract extension soon: Cory Schneider and Andy Greene. Greene's case is more interesting and this post looks at comparable defensemen...

Waiver Exemptions: The Devils Have and Have-Nots


Waiver exemption in the NHL is based on games played, age of the first contract, and how long the player has been signed. This post looks at which New Jersey Devils in the organization still has it...

The 2014 Devils Free Agenzy Frenzy Open Post


This is an open post for readers to discuss everything that will happen on July 1, the first day for unrestricted free agent this year. The Devils have just over $13 million cap space and a nearly...

Bridge Deal: Devils Re-Sign Larsson - 1 Yr, $900k


Tom Gulitti confirmed this evening that Adam Larsson has been re-signed by the New Jersey Devils to a one-year, one-way deal worth $900,000. This reaction post explains why he got such a deal and...

Free Agency Frenzy Eve: Devils Buy Out Volchenkov


The New Jersey Devils have prepared for Free Agency Frenzy on July 1 by buying out Anton Volchenkov's contract. This goes over the various thoughts around the move that freed up $4.25 million of...

Buyout Beware: Devils & The 7 Bought Out Forwards


As of Sunday night, there have been seven bought out forwards in the National Hockey League. . Since the New Jersey Devils could improve at forward, this post looks at those seven players as to...

Devils Underwhelm at 2014 NHL Draft


The New Jersey Devils have a dearth of offensive forwards in their system and they didn't really address it with their 6 picks in the 2014 NHL Draft. While they picked some players with legitimate...

Devils Use Last Pick on Brandon Baddock


Unless they make a move for another pick, the New Jersey Devils used their last pick in the 2014 NHL Draft on a bruising 19-year old forward named Brandon Baddock of the Edmonton Oil Kings. This is...

Devils Draft Joey Dudek in 6th Rd. of 2014 Draft


The New Jersey Devils got Florida's sixth round pick by trading Krys Barch in 2013. They used that pick to take BC-committed forward Joey Dudek. This is a quick reaction post of the selection.

Devils Took Ryan Rehill at 131st Overall


The New Jersey Devils go back to the Western Hockey League to take another defenseman. At 131st overall, they drafted the hard-hitting, penalty-minute-earning, defensive-minded Ryan Rehill. This is...

Devils Obtain Connor Chatham at 71st Overall


In the third round of the NHL Draft, the New Jersey Devils drafted a large, potential energy forward in Connor Chatham. This is a quick reaction post to the selection.

Devils Took Josh Jacobs in 2nd Rd. of 2014 Draft


The New Jersey Devils had a chance to select a forward in the second round. Instead, they picked Josh Jacobs of the Indiana Ice at 41st overall. He's a defenseman who skates well and has good...

Devils Drafted John Quenneville at 30th Overall


The New Jersey Devils needed a forward and they drafted one: John Quenneville of the Brandon Wheat Kings. Learn more about his game and why this pick is OK - but perhaps not the best they could...

2014 NHL Draft Open Post


Tonight begins the 2014 NHL Entry Draft in Philadelphia with the first round; the rest will be conducted on Saturday. This post is an open thread for readers and Devils fans to discuss what's going...

SBN Mock Draft 2014: Devils Select Brayden Point


The SB Nation network of hockey blogs have put a mock draft together for the first round of the 2014 NHL Entry Draft. With the thirtieth overall pick, we've selected Brayden Point for the New...

Finally: Pat Burns to Get Inducted into HHOF


This is a short post highlighting the Hockey Hall of Fame announcing that the late, former New Jersey Devils head coach Pat Burns will be inducted this year.

Shane Gersich: 2014 Draft Prospect Profile


Shane Gersich jumped from Minnesota high school hockey to the USHL, playing for the USNTDP in 2013-14. Will he be drafted? What makes him stand out, if anything? Learn more in this prospect profile...

Devils 14-15 Schedule: 82 Games, 18 Back-to-Backs


Today, the NHL released the regular season schedule for the 2014-15 season. This post hits the highlights in the schedule for the New Jersey Devils along with a monthly breakdown of games.

Anthony DeAngelo: 2014 NHL Draft Prospect Profile


Anthony DeAngelo scored a lot of points and got into a lot of trouble with his mouth as a defenseman for the Sarnia Sting last season. This profile will look at what the Sewell, New Jersey native...

Devils Begin 14-15 on Road; Home Opener on 10/18


The full 2014-15 NHL schedule will be released tomorrow, but three dates for the New Jersey Devils have been announced. The Devils will start on the road with at least two games before their home...

Clark Bishop: 2014 NHL Draft Prospect Profile


Clark Bishop was a third overall pick in the QMJHL draft in 2012. Two seasons with Cape Breton, time with Team Canada U-18 team, and 55 points something later, Bishop may not get picked until after...

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