The Devils have recalled Pavel Zacha from Binghamton (AHL).
Zacha struggled to start the season with New Jersey, failing to pick up a point in his first 10 games. Since being sent to Binghamton, the former No.6 overall pick had five assists in four games. Zacha has been brought back up because Brian Boyle has landed on IR.
Source: @NJDevils 11/13/18, 10:30 am EST
The Devils assigned Pavel Zacha to Binghamton (AHL).
Zacha has not recorded a point in 10 games this season, so he heads to the AHL for the first time since 2015-16. Zacha has been a solid defensive centre for the Devils, but they were expecting to get more offence out of him when they picked him No.6 overall in 2015. His move to the AHL will allow him to play huge offensive minutes and try to re-discover that part of his game.
Source: @NJDevils 11/3/18, 10:11 am EST
Zacha (upper-body) will be back in the Devils lineup on Friday.
Zacha has missed the last six games but will return tonight vs. the Penguins. There’s no word as of now, who Zacha will replace in the lineup. He has just six goals and 13 assists (19 points) in 60 games this season.
Zacha (upper-body) will remain in New Jersey during the start of the Devils’ road-trip.
Zacha missed the last two games with an upper-body injury and will miss at least a few more games. Zacha won’t travel during the start of the road-trip, but could join the team at some point during the trip. Brian Gibbons will likely remain at centre while Zacha is sidelined.
Zacha (upper-body) will not play Thursday vs. the Jets.
Zacha was hurt Tuesday vs. the Canadiens and will not play against Winnipeg on Thursday. Zacha has been held pointless in his last eight games, so his fantasy value has plummeted anyways. Brian Gibbons (thumb) may be ready to replace Zacha in the lineup tonight.
Zacha left Tuesday’s game with an undisclosed injury and did not return.
Zacha played just 8:53 TOI and did not return for the third period of yesterday’s win over the Canadiens. The Devils didn’t have an update on Zacha’s status postgame, so consider him questionable heading into Thursday’s game vs. the Jets.
Source: Chris Ryan 03/7/18, 9:46 am EST
Zacha will be back in to centre the Devils second line on Saturday.
Zacha will not be in the Devils lineup on Saturday.
Zacha (healthy scratch) will draw back into the Devils lineup on Monday.
Zacha will be a healthy scratch on Thursday.
Zacha (concussion) will return to the Devils’ lineup on Sunday.
Zacha (concussion) will not play on Saturday.
Zacha was in practice on Friday, but won’t be in the lineup tonight in Boston. It will be the fourth straight game that he has missed due to a concussion. Monitor his status prior to tomorrow’s game vs. the Blue Jackets—they’ll go with 11 forwards and seven defensemen with Zacha and Michael Cammalleri out tonight.
Source: Chris Ryan 03/4/17, 6:51 am EST
The Devils have placed Pavel Zacha (concussion) on IR.
Zacha will miss his second straight game with a concussion and was moved to IR on Monday to create a roster spot to call-up Blake Coleman from Albany (AHL). There’s no word when Zacha will be available to re-join the lineup.
Source: Chris Ryan 02/27/17, 8:29 am EST
Zacha (head) will not play Saturday vs. the Rangers.
Zacha (healthy scratch) will be back in the Devils' lineup on Monday.
Zacha was a healthy scratch for the last two games, but will replace Jacob Josefson in the lineup tonight vs. the Bruins. Zacha’s offensive numbers leave little to be desired at this point in his career—he has collected just two goals and five assists in 30 games this season.
Source: Chris Ryan 01/2/17, 7:26 am EST
Zacha (face) will return to the lineup on Thursday.
Zacha has missed the last four games with a face injury, but will be back in the lineup tonight in St. Louis. Zacha, who is expected to centre the third line, has two goals and five assists (seven points) in 24 games this season.
Zacha (facial laceration) will not play Tuesday vs. the Canucks.
Zacha was cut during Saturday’s win in Nashville and will miss his first game of the season on Tuesday. Zacha has picked up two goals and five assists (seven points) in 24 games this season—expect Zacha to be replaced by either Beau Bennett or Sergey Kalinin, who were both cleared to play on Monday.
The Devils have recalled Pavel Zacha from Sarnia (OHL).
Zacha, 19, was the Devils first round pick (6th overall) in 2015 and has finished up his second season with Sarnia. In 51 regular season games he collected 64 points (28G / 36A) and 13 points (6G / 7A) in seven playoff games. Look for him to make his NHL debut in the Devils’ season finale.
Source: @NJDevilsPR 04/8/16, 9:00 am EST
The Devils have sent Pavel Zacha to Sarnia (OHL).
Zacha, 18, was the sixth overall pick in this summer’s draft, but was unable to crack the Devils opening night roster. Zacha heads back to the OHL, where he had 16 goals and 18 assists (34 points) in 37 games a season ago.
Source: Dan Rosen 10/6/15, 12:47 pm EST
The Devils have selected Pavel Zacha with the 6th overall pick.
Source: Rich Chere 06/26/15, 3:51 pm EST