Petr Sykora

New Jersey Devils #15 - Right Wing

  • Born: 11/19/76
  • Age: 45
  • Height: 6-0
  • Weight: 190

Let’s Remember a Devils Guy: Steve Thomas


With the NHL’s return to play in limbo at the moment, let’s take this opportunity to remember a Guy in Devils history: Steve Thomas. We salute his three brilliantly mundane years in New Jersey.

The Penguins’ World Cup of Hockey: Czech Republic


A new series: splitting up the best Penguins by country for an imaginary tournament

NHL Mock Draft 2020: New Jersey Devils Select Cole Perfetti with No. 7 Pick


The New Jersey Devils have three first round picks, which also means three picks in the annual SB Nation NHL Mock Draft. With the first one, we selected center Cole Perfetti of the Saginaw Spirit...

Duck Tales: What is the Ducks’ best 6-country lineup?


The Athletic’s Sean McIndoe put together an interesting piece, and his all-time Anaheim lineup is stacked!

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.

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: Doug Gilmour


The Devils were trying to prove 1995 wasn’t a fluke and needed something to push them over the edge. We look at the deal that did it from the perspective of each team, as well as Doug Gilmor.

Notable New Jersey Devils Deals in History: The Alexander Mogilny Trade


Alexander Mogilny’s first stint with the New Jersey Devils included back-to-back Stanley Cup Finals appearances and one championship. His time with the Devils was short in the grand scheme of his...

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...

Setting the forward lines for the Pittsburgh Penguins


When hockey comes back, so too does the choices for the Pens

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...