Only when it is determined that he is at 100 percent will he participate with the teamStevens in doubt for playoffs Mar 29, 2004
We've watched David's progress on the college level, and feel he is ready for the next stepDevils sign former No. 1 pick Apr 09, 2003
Corey Schwab is a veteran who has spent a number of years as a backup goaltenderDevils sign free agent Schwab Jul 08, 2002
Pat Burns was my first choice and this was a thought process over the past few weeksIn Sports from United Press International Jun 13, 2002
Pat Burns was my first choice and this was a thought process over the past few weeksDevils fire Constantine, hire Burns Jun 13, 2002
Louis "Lou" Lamoriello (born October 21, 1942 in Providence, Rhode Island) is the CEO, president, and general manager of the New Jersey Devils of the National Hockey League (NHL). Lamoriello, who has been with the Devils since 1987, has served longer than any current general manager in the league with a single franchise.
He played a key part in negotiating the settlement of the 2004–05 NHL lockout.
Prior to joining the Devils, Lamoriello was a math teacher at Johnston (R.I.) High School for several years ending in the early 1970s.