Found November 21, 2011 on
Winger: 'I don't think I played well enough to be in tonight'
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Billionaire investor, hockey enthusiast and Wendy's owner Nelson Peltz is weighing a plan to buy the New Jersey Devils' $250 million debt, a source close to the situation told the New York Post Tuesday.
The plan being discussed by Peltz, whose Triarc Companies owns the fast-food chain, includes lining up an equity investor to buy the money-losing NHL team should the current...
from Josh Kosman of the NY Post, Billionaire investor and hockey enthusiast Nelson Peltz is weighing a plan to buy the $250 million in debt of the troubled New Jersey Devils, a source close to the situation told The Post.
The plan being discussed by Peltz, whose Triarc Companies owns Wendy’s, includes lining up an equity investor to buy the money-losing NHL team should the current...
"Play until the final whistle blows."
It's been a saying in sports for years. Don't give up, don't stop playing until the final whistle. But for the New Jersey Devils, last night was an example of what happens when you stop playing after two periods.
New Jersey held a 3-0 lead early in the first period, but then Florida scored four unanswered goals between...
The Devils announced they have assigned forward Eric Boulton to Albany (AHL) for conditioning.
Boulton will suit up for Albany this weekend. They visit Rochester on Friday, Adirondack on Saturday and Springfield on Sunday. The A-Devils (9-6-1-...
Rod Pelley back in New Jersey lineup
Two friendly wagers on who'll score more points
Hasn’t played in a second-round playoff series since 2007
The New Jersey Devils will aim for a third straight win in the finale of a five-game road trip, as they visit the first-place Florida Panthers for tonight's battle at BankAtlantic Center.
Made a phone call to Lou Lamoriello to discuss Tyler Myers, Shawn Matthias hits to head
Defenseman suffered cut lip, bloody forehead
Pete DeBoer looking for energy from Sestito
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