The Devils will be without a pair of regulars for the final few weeks as the team announced that winger Miles Wood and defenseman Jonas Siegenthaler have been ruled out for the remainder of the season. Wood has missed the majority of the year after undergoing hip surgery following an...
After two straight losses on the road, Devils look to build off recent success at Prudential Center. The Devils return home to complete a back-to-back set on Military Appreciation Night. You can watch the game on MSG+ 2 or MSG or listen on the Devils Hockey Network. Read the game...
It may have been easier if he was a golfer. There is no team to think about, it's just you, your club, and the ball. "The hardest thing for me is if I played golf, it wouldn't be a problem because it's all about me, but when you bring a team environment into that choice, you're not only hurting yourself, but you're hurting the team. That was the toughest pill to swallow," Wood shared in an exclusive interview with NJD.TV.
Today we learned Devils Forward Miles Wood is expected to rejoin the team in the 7-10 days. When asked about Wood’s availability, head coach Lindy Ruff said, “hopeful he can return to full practice within the next seven to ten days.”. Wood has yet to play this regular...
The Hockey Writers
New Jersey Devils forward Miles Wood suffered an injury to his right hip on Oct. 4, 2021, during a preseason game against the Washington Capitals. After considering his options he chose to have surgery. Dr. Bryan Kelly of the Hospital for Special Surgery will treat Wood, who will be out of the lineup indefinitely.
The New Jersey Devils have announced that Miles Wood underwent surgery on his right hip and is out indefinitely. The team explains the timeline so far:. During the Oct. 4 preseason game versus the Washington Capitals, Wood suffered an injury to his right hip. After exhausting all conservative measures, and in consultation with team medical providers and external specialists, Miles has elected to receive surgery.
Asbury Park Press
The return to the ice for Devils forward Miles Wood will remain long, but Monday morning saw the team finally provide details as to why. Wood has elected to receive surgery, announced by the team Monday in a statement, after "exhausting all conservative measures and in consultation with team medical providers and external specialists".
Devils’ biggest standouts, disappointments as team nears midway point of 2020-21 | Jack Hughes, Miles Wood, Nikita Gusev, more
The Devils will hit the midpoint of the 2020-21 NHL season when they play their 28th game on Saturday against Pittsburgh Penguins. The opening half of the schedule has featured plenty of highs and lows. A strong start was disrupted by a two-week shutdown due to a COVID-19 outbreak, and while playing four games per weeks since resuming, the Devils haven’t been able to keep pace in the standings. An 11-game home losing streak likely ended the team’s chances of returning to the postseason for the first time in three seasons.
Although the 8-12-3 Devils aren’t winning much, head coach Lindy Ruff is seeing silver linings in the NHL’s youngest team. Sign up for Devils Insider: Get exclusive news, behind-the-scenes observations and the ability to text message directly with beat writers. When Ruff was asked if there were any pleasant surprises...