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The New Jersey Devils on Wednesday claimed forward Ryan Carter off waivers from the Florida Panthers.
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Our EA Sports NHL 12 Simulation Results: The Devils got goals from Elias and Sykora but it wasn’t enough as Mike Richards beat Johan Hedburg three times and Simone Gagne added an insurance goal late.
The Last Time These Two Met: On October 13th,...
Will make fifth straight start vs. Coyotes
Henrik Tallinder laughs off clumsy shift in L.A.
Had strong training camp with New Jersey
Eric Boulton does not practice
Dainius Zubrus scores twice for New Jersey, which snaps the Kings' four-game winning streak and franchise-record shutout streak.Dainius Zubrus scores twice for New Jersey, which snaps the Kings' four-game winning streak and franchise-record shutout streak.
Assists on Nick Palmieri's late goal
Like it will in February and March when NHL teams are in the thick of a playoff race, division play has dominated the Coyotes' schedule to this point. But they'll play outside the division when they host the New Jersey Devils on Thursday.
The Panthers must officially decide whether to keep the rookie Erik Gudbranson after the teams ninth game Thursday night against Ottawa.
Panthers rookie defenseman Erik Gudbranson received the word in practice today that he will be staying with Florida.
Dainius Zubrus scored two of New Jersey's three second-period goals and ended the Los Angeles Kings' franchise-record shutout streak after more than 221 minutes during the Devils' 3-0 victory Tuesday night. Johan Hedberg made 31 saves in his 18th career shutout, and Patrik Elias had a goal and an assist as the Devils snapped the Kings' four-game winning streak with...
By Bill Whitehead
“Playoffs?…You kidding me? Playoffs!” Those, of course, are the immortal words of an astounded Jim Mora during a legendary NFL press conference in 2001, but with a strong start to the season, many in Pantherland are thinking about the postseason. And the actions of Florida general manager Dale Tallon, like last Saturday afternoon when he made a major alteration...
The Panthers rallied to tie it with 47.1 seconds left, and then gave up the winning tally with only 2.5 seconds remaining.
The suddenly-hot Ottawa Senators will shoot for a fourth straight victory when they host the Florida Panthers in tonight's clash at Scotiabank Place.