20-Year-Old Left Wing – New Jersey Devils
Stefan Matteau Contract Information:
Matteau and New Jersey agreed to a three-year, entry-level contract in August of 2012.
Matteau is nursing an upper-body injury, Tom Gulitti of the Bergen Record reports.
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Matteau saw 17 games in the NHL before the Devils returned him to Blainsville of the QMJHL, registering three points and seeing scant ice time. He's a budding power forward with an offensive skill set the Devils hope will show up sooner than later. He'll have a shot to make the team out of training camp, but how much of an impact he'll have remains to be seen. He's still a project at this point in his career, albeit one with much potential.
With a last name that sends shivers down the spine of the entire New Jersey fan base, Matteau was selected as the club's first-round pick in this past June's draft. More famous presently for being the son of former Ranger Stephane Matteau, the man who scored the Game 7, overtime-winning goal in the 1994 Eastern Conference Finals against New Jersey, Stefan showed a bit of sandpaper and grit to his junior tenure with the US National Development team, earning 93 penalty minutes and 10 points over 18 games last year. Still a ways from the NHL, Matteau projects as a two-way forward once he reaches the NHL.