Kinkaid will start Monday in San Jose.
Schneider will start Sunday in Anaheim.
Bratt (illness) is expected to be back in the Devils lineup on Thursday.
Kinkaid will start Thursday in Los Angeles.
Kinkaid surrendered four goals on 20 shots in the Devils loss to the Lightning on Monday. Things are going downhill for Kinkaid and the Devils. New Jersey’s No.1 netminder has lost five in a row (0-2-3) while posting a disastrous 4.18 GAA and .872 SV%. Despite some recent struggles he has a a great matchup tonight if you feel like being risky.
Bratt (illness) is not on the ice for warmups; will not play vs. the Lightning.
Kinkaid will start Monday vs. the Lightning.
Kinkaid allowed four goals on 38 shots in the Devils loss to the Jets on Saturday. Despite losing four in a row and allowing four goals in every game, Kinkaid will start for the fourth consecutive game. The Devils are on a five-game slide and were just pounded by the Lightning in Tampa Bay last Sunday.
Bratt (illness) will be a game-time decision on Monday.
Bratt missed the Devils morning skate on Monday and is listed as a game-time decision for tonight's game vs. the Lightning. Stefan Noesen skated in Bratt's spot on the second line, so look for him to get top-6 minutes tonight if Bratt is unavailable.
Source: Chris Ryan 12/3/18, 10:39 am EST
Kinkaid is in the starter's net at the Devils morning skate.
Kinkaid allowed four goals on 38 shots in the Devils loss to the Jets on Saturday. Despite losing four in a row and allowing four goals in every game, it looks like Kinkaid will start for the fourth consecutive game. The Devils are on a five-game slid and were just pounded by the Lightning in Tampa Bay last Sunday.
Kinkaid will start Saturday vs. the Jets.
Kinkaid allowed four goals on 29 shots in the Devils loss in Washington last night. With Cory Schneider struggling mightily this season, the Devils will go back to Kinkaid for the second night in a row. Kinkaid has allowed a combined 12 goals on 98 shots (.878 SV%) in his last three starts (0-1-2).
The Devils have activated Steven Santini (broken jaw) from IR.
The Devils have assigned Michael McLeod to Binghamton (AHL).
McLeod will make his NHL debut on Friday.
McLeod was a first-round pick in 2016 (No.12 overall) and will skate on the Devils fourth line on Friday. The 20-year-old is a great skater, who had 44 points (16G / 28A) in 38 games with Mississauga (OHL) last year and has picked up 10 points (3G / 7A) in 21 AHL contests this season. He replaces Stefan Noesen in the lineup.
Johansson (lower-body) will be back in the Devils lineup on Friday.
Johansson missed Monday’s game in Florida but will play Friday in Washington. Johansson has eight points (3G / 5A), 39 shots and a minus-8 rating in 21 games this season. He replaces Jean-Sebastian Dea, who was claimed off of waivers by the Penguins.
Muller will draw back into the Devils lineup on Friday.
Mueller has been a healthy scratch for the last two games but will replace Egor Yakovlev in the lineup on Friday. Mueller has five assists, 19 shots and a minus-5 rating in 20 games this season.
Yakovlev will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Yakovlev has been in the lineup for the last two games but will be scratched for Mirco Mueller on Friday. Yakovlev has two assists in six games this season.
Noesen will be a healthy scratch on Friday.
Noesen was in the lineup for the last two games, scoring his second goal of the season on Sunday. Noesen will come out of the lineup to allow Michael McLeod to make his NHL debut.
Kinkaid will start Friday in Washington.
Kinkaid allowed four goals on 34 shots in the Devils overtime loss in Florida on Monday. Kinkaid has been a bit unlucky as of late, losing three of his last four in overtime (1-0-3) with a 3.15 GAA and .896 SV%. In his first game against the Capitals, Kinkaid stopped all 21 shots he faced in a 6-0 shutout win.
Anderson underwent surgery on his broken ankle and is out indefinitely.
Anderson broke his ankle against Montreal on November 21st and will miss an extended period of time after undergoing surgery. With Anderson out, Michael McLeod was recalled from Binghamton (AHL).
The Devils have recalled Michael McLeod from Binghamton (AHL).
McLeod, 20, was the No.12 overall pick in 2016. The 6-foot-2, 188 lbs centre has not had a great season, picking up just 10 points (3G / 7A) in 21 AHL games but it was enough to earn him a call-up.