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During the New Jersey Devils three game win streak this past week, backup goalie Johan Hedberg went 3-0 with a .945 percent save percentage including two shootouts where he was a perfect 4-4. Hedberg was called to duty in New Jersey's 2-1 shootout win over Los Angeles after Martin Brodeur left with a shoulder injury. Hedberg went 16-16 in relief of Brodeur and shut the door in overtime and sudden death. So is Hedberg the answer in net? Head coach Pete DeBoer said earlier this month that he would need both goalies to perform at a high level during their nine games in October, but Hedberg has now appeared in three of the team's four games. Brodeur is battling his third injury in the past four years, and was outplayed by the Philadelphia Flyers in the season opener. Brodeur is a future Hall of Famer who has earned his spot in this organization over the years. He has broken most of the NHL goaltending records and has won three Stanley Cups with the New Jersey Devils. But w...

Devils To Honor Michael “Doc” Emrick, Brodeur Update

Little has been said about a status update surrounding Devils goalie Martin Brodeur. He has already met with the team doctor, and Lou Lamoriello said that Brodeur was “status-quo.” Not exactly the most uplifting words to hear. Brodeur has already been ruled out of Fridays game against the Sharks. Once again the Devils turn to Johan Hedberg to rally the troops in search of another...

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Game 4: Devils Comeback Against Predators

The way this game started, I really thought I was going to sit through another game like we played against the Flyers to open the season. Thankfully the Devils would end up clawing their way back into this game but we will get to that. I thought the Devils came out with some jump and the Predators gave them an early power play but like  a typical Devils power play, they weren’t...

Devils' Martin Brodeur to miss 7-10 days with shoulder injury

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Devils Starting Strong Without Brodeur

By Mike Luciano (@mikeluci) The New Jersey Devils have four games under their belt and are off to an acceptable 3-1 start to their 2011-2012 NHL campaign. To the rest of the hockey world, it might be a little premature to start making a fuss of any kind over a team’s record at this point in the regular season. Considering how the Devils are looking to downplay running last year’s...

Devils' Brodeur out at least another week

Surgery is not required, the Devils say, but Martin Brodeur will still miss another 7-10 days with the right shoulder injury he suffered last Thursday. The decision was made after Brodeur received second opinions on the injury, suffered when landing on his right arm diving across the goalmouth to stop...

Devils without Martin Brodeur at practice once again

Shoulder injury likely to keep goalie from Friday's game against Sharks

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Why Predators fans shouldn’t be reaching for the panic button…

The Nashville Predators got the 2011-12 season off to a rockin’ start. In front of 100+ traveling Predators fans in Columbus and St. Louis, they charged to the front of the Central Division pack. It was hardly perfect hockey but hey, who cares? The Preds were 2-0-0 and were winning games against inferior opponents. Spirits were high in Smashville as the home opener was in a few...

Devils rookie Adam Larsson sidelined with lower body soreness

Goalie Martin Brodeur (right shoulder) also misses practice

Slap Shot: Metro Puck: Brodeur Aches, DiPietro Returns, Lundqvist Shines

The Devils' Martin Brodeur will miss 7-10 days with a shoulder injury, while Rick DiPietro resumes practicing with the Islanders and Henrik Lundqvist carries the Rangers to victory in Vancouver.

After major penalty, Devils' David Clarkson endures a major ribbing

Goalie Martin Brodeur kids his buddy

Devils: Adam Larsson back on the ice; Keith Kinkaid returns

Martin Brodeur still sidelined
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