Jacob Josefson is practicing today with the Devils after missing two days of camp.
Josefson won't be fantasy relevant.
Source: Rich Chere 01/15/13, 5:16 am EST
Jacob Josefson has suffered a fractured left wrist and will be out 4-6 weeks. #njdevils
Josefson misses the rest of the regular season and most of the playoffs.
Source: @NHLDevils 04/3/12, 5:08 pm EST
Devs' lines this morning: Carter-Josefson-Bernier
Josefson moves back down to the fourth line. He has a goal and seven points on the season.
Josefson and Clarkson in gray
Josefson moves up to the third line. He has a goal and seven points in 37 games.
Devils' lines today: Carter-Josefson-Bernier
Josefson moves into the fourth-line mix. Through 36 games, he has a goal and seven points.
Jacob Josefson moved up from fourth line
Josefson finally gets another look on the third line. The sophomore has two assists in 23 games.
Source: Rich Chere 02/29/12, 8:29 am EST
Ponikarovsky is with Josefson and Bernier.
Josefson takes over on the third line with Carter injured. He has an assist through 11 games.
Source: Tom Gulitti 02/3/12, 8:59 am EST
Jacob Josefson centered the fourth line with wingers Eric Boulton and Cam Janssen.
Coming off a poor game, Josefson moves down to the fourth line. He has an assist in 10 games.
Source: Nj.com 02/1/12, 7:23 am EST
Josefson and Taormina recalled from Albany.
Josefson comes back up from the AHL and likely will center the third line. He has an assist through nine games.
Devils assign Matt Taormina and Jacob Josefson to Albany.
Josefson has an assist in nine games. He likely rejoins the Devils after the break.
Jacob Josefson centering for Steve Zalewski and Daviod Clarkson.
Josefson is centering a two-way line this morning, playing alongside power forward David Clarkson. He has an assist over six games.
Source: Rich Chere 01/18/12, 6:20 am EST
Josefson skating on line with Mattias Tedenby and Ryan Carter.
Sounds like Josefson starts tonight's game on the third line. He has an assist over five games this season.
Source: Rich Chere 01/17/12, 6:02 am EST
Devils have called up centers Jacob Josefson and Brad Mills from Albany.
Josefson could help out on a scoring line should one or both of Adam Henrique or Petr Sykora not play tonight. The former 20th overall pick has an assist over five games.
Lamoriello said Volchenkov and Josefson skated back in NJ today and both are "close" to being ready to play.
Josefson has been limited to only five games this season, registering an assist. It will be interesting to see where he slots into the lineup.
Josefson did not accompany the Devils on their flight to Ottawa this afternoon. He remained in New Jersey to skate and work out on his own. There is a chance that he will join the team on its trip to Calgary, Edmonton and Winnipeg next week, but that hasn’t been decided, yet.
Josefson has been limited to only five games this season but is expected to draw back in within the next week. It remains to be seen if the 21-year-old will require a conditioning stint in Albany.
Source: Fire & Ice 01/1/12, 12:57 pm EST
Jacob Josefson, who had surgery on broken right clavicle Oct. 22, will see doctor today and could start skating on his own soon.
Josefson was expected to carry some of the load down the middle with Travis Zajac injured but got hurt. The former 20th overall pick scored three goals and 11 points over 33 career NHL games.
Source: Rich Chere 12/27/11, 6:30 am EST
Jacob Josefson (fractured right clavicle) is 4-8 weeks away. "It was a pretty significant injury. Not season-ending."
Relatively good news on the injury front for the Devils, who are hoping to get some more help up front. The young center only played five games before getting hurt but probably gets another shot at a scoring line.
Source: Rich Chere 12/13/11, 1:54 pm EST
Lamoriello said Jacob Josefson (fractured right clavicle) has been cleared to skate, but is still a while away from returning.
When Josefsen returns, he will need to fight for playing time. Expect him to return by the end of January and get a lengthy conditioning stint in the AHL.
Source: Tom Gulitti 12/7/11, 8:14 am EST
Josefson will miss three to four months.
Adam Henrique will get the first crack at replacing him down the middle but the Devils likely need a veteran to fill in for Josefson on a scoring line. Probably safe to drop him at this point.
Jacob Josefson suffered a broken right clavicle when he slid hard into the end boards with 3:05 left in the first period. Devils coach Pete DeBoer said he doesn’t know yet how long Josefson will be out, “but it’s a pretty significant injury.”
Josefson gets hurt for the second consecutive season at the worst possible time. With Travis Zajac already hurt, the team promoted him to a scoring line role. Look for the team to recall Adam Henrique in the meantime.
Source: Fire & Ice 10/21/11, 7:01 pm EST