Scott Niedermayer

Anaheim Ducks #27 - Defenseman

  • Born: 08/31/73
  • Age: 48
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 195

DitD & Open Post - 8/31/20: Sons of Niedermayer Edition


New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 8/31/20

What the top pick would mean for the Penguins


It would have a major short-term and long-term impact.

Duck Tales: Will Corey Perry get into the Hall of Fame?


Perry is 23 goals short of 400 going into next season.

The 2000 Eastern Conference Finals: One of the New Jersey Devils’ Finest Moments Over the Second Rate Rivals


A somewhat in depth look back at the 2000 Eastern Conference Finals and some of the highlights that came from it.

Looking Back on the New Jersey Devils Hat Tricks Against the New York Rangers


In today’s post about the Devils - Rangers rivalry, we will take a look back on all of the hat tricks completed by Devils players.

Mogilny Snubbed Once Again by Hockey Hall of Fame


Former Sabres captain is more than deserving of a nod

Marian Hossa’s case to be first-ballot Hockey Hall of Famer

The former Blackhawks forward should make it in at some point, but is he worthy of being a first-ballot hall of famer?

Notable New Jersey Devils Deals in History: The Jason Arnott Trade (1998)


Jason Arnott, a player who the Devils traded for twice, is a name synonymous with the good ol’ days of success and grittiness

Notable New Jersey Devils Deals in History: The Claude Lemieux Trades


Claude Lemieux played a role in the first two Stanley Cups in New Jersey Devils history and he was one of the few players Lou Lamoriello traded for twice. Read up on the history of the two deals...

Who is your favorite Duck of all time?


There have been many great players in the franchise’s history, but you can only choose one.

The NHLPA will contest the NHL’s decision about free agents, which could help Montreal


The players association is trying to get young free agent signings, like Montreal’s Alexander Romanov, to be immediately eligible

What If Mike Van Ryn Wanted to Sign with the New Jersey Devils?


Mike Van Ryn was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in 1998. He wanted to be a free agent and he did so through a loophole in free agency and a winning arbitration case. This post goes over that and...