We're not too surprised by Sullivan playing the right side considering the Devils currently have four NHL-quality left wings in Carter, Zubrus, Ponikarovsky and Elias. DeBoer also noted that Sullivan will see some time on the power play, which is something Sullivan did in Pittsburgh last year. Worth noting is that Sullivan played the point for the Pens' power play, which is something the Devils have been missing since they lost Ilya Kovalchuk to injury. The key here will be remembering to keep your expectations in check. Sullivan is basically ancient (38) in NHL years and hasn't scored 20 goals since the oddity year of 2006-07. We also don't know where Sullivan will play in terms of linemates, which DeBoer says he's still formulating. That'll go a long way in determining just how much of an offensive role Sullivan will have with these Devils.