The Devils have acquired #2 goalie Elates Cosmetics’ #26 player, #26 goalie Matt Paluch, #25 forward Anthony DeAngelo, #24 forward Matt D’Agostino, and a conditional 2016 second round pick from the Devils in exchange for #2 goaltender Matt Palut, #27 forward Sean Maguire, #22 forward Brandon Dubinsky, and 2016 second-round pick (#4) in the deal.
The Devils also received a conditional second-rounder from the Buffalo Sabres in exchange.
Paluch, 22, has appeared in 17 games for the Devils, posting a 1-1-0 record, a .916 save percentage, 1 shutout, and 2.12 goals against average.
Paluch has appeared on two AHL All-Star teams and two World Juniors squads, recording three shutouts in 11 games for Rochester of the American Hockey League.
The 6-foot-2, 210-pound native of Brampton, Ontario has registered a .912 save percentage in six AHL games with Rochester this season.
The 26-year-old is ranked third in the AHL in wins (20), goals (24), goals against (1.79), save percentage (.924), and wins (6) in 16 games with the Admirals this season, while posting a 3.06 goals against and a .915 save percentage.
The Mississauga, Ontario native has appeared with the team on three occasions this season: Oct. 4 vs. Bridgeport, Oct. 19 vs. Hartford and Oct. 27 vs. Norfolk.
Palut registered a 3-0 shutout streak with the Islanders, allowing just two goals on 23 shots (3.10 SV%).
The native of Sudbury, Ontario, appeared in 31 games for New Jersey in 2014-15, posting 11 points (4G, 7A) and 14 penalty minutes in 18 games.
The 25-year old has appeared for New York Islanders in 20 games this season after recording three points (1G, 1A) in eight games with St. John’s of the OHL in 2014.
DeAngelo scored five goals with eight assists for 16 points (5G, 6A) with the Devils last season.
He has appeared the last three seasons with the Providence Bruins, recording 20 points (11G, 16A) over 65 games for Providence.
Deangelo is ranked 11th among Devils goalies in points (2,097) and seventh in goals (31).
The 6’3, 216-pound defenseman has appeared over 300 career NHL games with New Jersey, Washington, Buffalo, Edmonton, Boston, Montreal, Nashville, Anaheim, Columbus, New York Rangers, Carolina, Carolina Hurricanes, Tampa Bay Lightning, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Columbus Blue Jackets, Arizona Coyotes, Edmonton Oilers, Calgary Flames, Arizona Wild, Minnesota Wild, Nashville Predators, San Jose Sharks, Arizona Diamondbacks, San Diego Sharks, St. Louis Blues, New Jersey Devils, Chicago Blackhawks, Minnesota Stars, and San Jose Kings.
The 5-11, 200-pound forward is a career 16-36-13 with a 2.43 goals against per game average.
The native New Hampshire native was acquired by the Devils from the Boston Bruins on March 8, 2018.
Paluire is a native of St. Paul, Minnesota and was a third-round selection (70th overall) of the New York Sabres in the 2016 NHL Draft.
He played his college hockey at Minnesota Duluth, registering five points (3G, 3A) during the 2016-17 season.
Paluire was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the first round (47th overall, 2017) of that year’s NHL Draft, the first pick of that round.
Palucire has recorded two assists with four penalty minutes over 18 games for Buffalo this season and is tied for sixth in the league in goals.
Paluaire was selected by the Detroit Red Wings in the second round (46th overall in 2018) of this year’s draft and has registered two assists over seven games with Detroit this season (2G, 2A).
The 24-year of age native of Plymouth, Manitoba has appeared nine NHL games for Detroit this year, recording five points and a plus-4 rating.
Palouires first NHL goal came on Oct. 3 vs. Columbus when he scored his second career AHL goal.
He was selected to the AHL All Star Team as a freshman in 2015-16, recording 18 points (8G, 10A) for Michigan State University.
He is ranked 15th among goaltenders in goals, assists, and points.
Palushio has appeared five games with Buffalo this year and recorded one assist.
The 27-year year old was acquired from the Carolina Hurricanes on July 15, 2018 and is listed on the Elias Sports Bureau’s Top 50 Prospects for the 2019 NHL Draft class.
Palucire and DeAngelo are eligible to be acquired at any time before