Scott Stevens will not be part of the New Jersey Devils' coaching staff.
After missing out on the New Jersey Devils' head coaching gig, Scott Stevens is hoping to stay with the organization as an assistant coach.
Lou Lamoriello being sued for $2.39 million in U.S. District court by former president of Devils Arena Entertainment, Richard Krezwick.
In a strange development, the New Jersey Devils will essentially employ Scott Stevens and Adam Oates as "co-coaches" through the 2014-15 season.
Scott Stevens will serve as a member of the New Jersey coaching staff next season.
Scott Stevens has retired.
Martin Brodeur believes that defenseman Scott Stevens is set to retire.
The New York Post is reporting that sources close to Scott Stevens say Stevens is leaning towards returning to the Devils this season after recovering from post-concussion syndrome.
There has still been no decision from Scott Stevens if he will retire this year.
The Devils are being patient waiting for captain Scott Stevens to decide if he wants to continue his NHL career.
Scott Stevens has fully recovered from post-concussion syndrome and is deciding if he wants to return for one more hockey season.
Scott Stevens has reported that is healthy and ready to play this season.
Scott Stevens (post-concussion syndrome) has resumed taking part in his off-season workout program.
Devils' GM Lou Lamoriello told reporters that Scott Stevens is doing very well and that the Devils expect him back this upcoming season.