The Devils signed defensemen Eric Gryba and John Ramage and forward Kurtis Gabriel to one-year, two-way deals on Sunday, the team announced.
Gryba's contrat includes $350,000 in guaranteed money and would be worth $700,000 at the NHL level, while Ramage's deal includes $150,000 guaranteed and would be worth $650,000 in the NHL. Gabriel is guaranteed to earn $100,000 and will make $650,000 at the NHL level.
The 30-year-old Gryba appeared in 21 games for the Edmonton Oilers last season and 24 games for AHL Bakersfield. Since debuting in the 2012-13 season with the Ottawa Senators, Gryba has totaled seven goals and 36 points in 279 games.
Ramage, 27, has only appeared in two NHL games in his pro career -- one in the 2014-15 season with the Calgary Flames and another in the 2015-16 season with the Columbus Blue Jackets. With three AHL teams last season, Ramage totaled four goals and 11 assists in 66 games.
Gabriel, 25, has played in 16 NHL games with the Minnesota Wild over the past three seasons. Last year, he appeared in 42 games with AHL Iowa, tallying three goals and five assists.