New Jersey Devils Player News: Last 24 hours, All Positions

News: Greene recorded two assists in Sunday's 4-1 win over the Sabres.
Impact: Greene's night was given a little boost, with the Devils' defenseman picking up a shorthanded helper on New Jersey's empty-net goal. The two-point performance ended a nine-game drought for Greene and moves him up to 17 points through 59 games. He was also a plus-3 in Sunday's win to lead all skaters.
News: Schneider made 34 saves Sunday in a 4-1 win over Buffalo.
Impact: Schneider, after going over a year without a win, has won two games in a row. Since returning from a serious abdominal injury, the 32-year-old American has a .925 save percentage, putting him in the discussion for spot-start duty in most fantasy formats, though New Jersey's collective struggles limit the playability of its goaltenders. With the win, Schneider's record improves to 2-7-2 with a 3.69 GAA and .883 save percentage.
News: Hall (lower body) skated by himself before Sunday morning's practice, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Impact: This is a big step for Hall's recovery, and coach John Hynes said Hall is still on pace to return at some point this year. He'll need to get some full practices under his belt before that's possible. The Devils could desperately use him as they've lost 13 of 23 games without Hall in the lineup.
News: Zacha has an upper-body injury and won't play in Sunday's game versus the Sabres, Mike Morreale of NHL.com reports.
Impact: Zacha hasn't missed a game yet this season, scoring 11 goals and adding six helpers in 53 outings. Kevin Rooney may bump up to third-line center as Zacha looks to get healthy for Tuesday's game versus the Penguins.
News: Schneider will make the home start in Sunday's game versus the Sabres, Amanda Stein of the Devils' official site reports.
Impact: Goalie struggles have plagued the Devils this season, and Schneider has been a major factor in that. However, he came in as relief for Keith Kinkaid in Friday's game versus the Wild, stopping all 15 shots and allowing the Devils to erase a three-goal deficit to eventually win in overtime. He'll look to carry that momentum into Sunday's contest versus the league's 22nd-ranked offense.