Scott Clemmensen has signed a one-year, two-way deal with the Devils (Gulitti, July 1).
He played in the Florida Panthers organization last year, appearing in 17 games and putting up an .896 save percentage.
Clemmensen was in the Devils organization from 2001-2009.
The Devils have re-signed Steve Bernier for one year and $600,000 (Gulitti, July 1).
Bernier appeared in 78 games for the Devils last season, tallying 12 points (3 goals, 9 assists), with a -15 +/- and 33 penalty minutes.
Bernier has been with the Devils since 2011.
The Devils have signed RW Martin Havlat to a one-year deal worth $1.5 million (Chere, July 1).
Havlat, 33, was recently bought out by San Jose.
Havlat had 12 goals and 10 assists in 48 games for the Sharks last season.
The Devils have signed LW Mike Cammalleri to a five-year deal worth $25 million (Dreger, July 1).
The Devils attempted to trade for Cammalleri during last season’s trade deadline, but were unsuccessful.
Cammalleri, 32, spent the last three seasons with Calgary.
Last season for the Flames, Cammalleri had 26 goals and 19 assists in 63 games played.
Unrestricted free agent defenseman Mark Fayne has signed a four-year deal with Edmonton (Team release, July 1).
Fayne’s deal with Edmonton is worth $14 million (Chere, July 1).
It was expected that Fayne would leave the Devils.
Lou Lamoriello hinted five days ago that the club wouldn’t go all-out to re-sign Fayne.
Fayne, 27, had his best year with the Devils in 2011-12, when he played in all 82 games while scoring four goals and tallying 13 assists.
The Devils will qualify all of their restricted free agent (Chere, June 30).
Jacob Josefson and Adam Larsson are the two players who will be qualified.
The team will not qualify Riley Boychuk or Harry Young. Young will sign an AHL contract, though (Chere, June 30).
The Devils have placed Anton Volchenkov on unconditional waivers for purpose of a buyout (Gulitti, June 30).
The team will clear $4.25 million in cap space the next two seasons after using their compliance buyout on Volchenkov (Gulitti, June 30).
The Devils took four players in the NHL Draft on Saturday after taking John Quenneville in the first round on Friday.
The Nets took Josh Jacobs in the second round. Jacobs is a 6-2, defenseman who scored five goals and had 23 points last season for the Indiana Ice of the USHL.
“My biggest assets as a player I think are my shot, my skating ability and my transitional game. My hockey sense as well,” Jacobs said told the Star-Ledger on Saturday. “On the flip side, what I need to work on are my hands and puck skills to become a better player and ultimately a New Jersey Devil one day.”
In the third round, the Devils took Connor Chatham from the Plymouth Whalers. Chatham is a big physical forward at 6-3, 225-pounds and had 13 goals and 18 assists for Pymouth of the OHL.
In the fifth round the Devils added Ryan Rehill, a 6-3, 215-pound defenseman from Kamloops of the WHL. The defenseman had four goals and 16 assists with 182 penalty minutes last season. He also was involved in 15 fights in 72 games.
The Devils also had two sixth round picks. With the first, they took high school center Joey Dudek from Kimball Union Academy in New Hampshire. Dudek is committed to Boston College. With their last pick, Brandon Baddock of the Edmonton Oil Kings was taken, a 6-4 , 206-pound left wing.
The Devils took Brandon Baddock, a left wing from Edmonton of the WHL, with the No. 161 pick.
Baddock played in 56 games this past season for Edmonton and the 6-3 winger had 17 points including six goals on the season.
The Devils selected Ryan Rehill, a 6-foot-2 defenseman, with the No. 131 overall pick on Saturday.
Rehill plays at Kamloops of the WHL and had 20 points- – 4 goals — in 72 games.