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Johan Hedberg vs. Pekka Rinne
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Last night's game between the Devils and Predators was a tale of two games. The Predators clearly were in control for the first part of the game and the Devils picked up steam toward the end.It was clearly the best effort of the season for the Predators at both ends of the ice. Barry Trotz was not displeased with the effort and appeared to find more positives than negatives...
New Jersey Devils 2-1-0
Nashville Predators 2-1-0
The Nashville Predators will be looking to rebound after Thursday’s 5-2 loss to Phoenix at Bridgestone Arena when they host the New Jersey Devils Saturday night. The Devils are coming off of a 2-1 shootout win against Los Angeles on Thursday.
Star goaltender, Martin Brodeur, is unlikely to get the start in goal. The Canadian Olympian...
Nashville lost its second consecutive game at Bridgestone Arena as the New Jersey Devils came back from a 2-goal deficit to beat the Predators 3-2 in a shootout.
Late in the second period, the Predators were set to go on the power play when the Devils got called for too many men on the ice at 18:53 of the middle frame. Leading 2-0 on the strength of first period goals by Colin Wilson...
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...
On Sunday, the Nashville Predators loaded up the plane and made the 1,755-mile trip to Edmonton, Alberta, which is the first stop on their three-city visit to Western Canada.The opportunity for the team to get out of town after a month of grueling preseason camp and nothing but short out and back, hectic road trips will provide a chance for the players to relax as a group away from...
The Predators' "puck luck" caught up with them last night in a 5-2 loss to Phoenix, which was the Coyote's first win of the season. Here is a round-up of stories about the game.Our game story was about Brian McGrattan's Predator debut. We also had Barry Trotz's postgame video.Josh Cooper had his game story, notes column, and postgame ponderings.David Climer...
New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur is expected to miss at least one game after injuring his shoulder in Thursday's game against the Los Angeles Kings.
Brodeur, who has been listed as day-to-day, said there was a slight chance he could serve as a backup for Saturday's game against Nashville.
"I kind of hurt it more than I usually tweak it, so the process of...
Photo courtesy of NorthJersey.com
By Mike Luciano and Todd Cordell
So far the New Jersey Devils have shown a lot of promise early on in the season but Devils fans shouldn’t be done holding their breath just yet. After making a few observations about the team’s play, I was fortunate enough to get some valuable input from my fellow Hockey Guy colleague Todd Cordell on the team’s...
Apologies for a technical breakdown on our standard postgame video of Barry Trotz's presser. Here is the audio instead. More Later... Buddy Oakes for PredsOntheGlass
Matchup - Devils (2-1-0) @ Predators (2-1-0)
TV - MSG Plus 2
Puck drop - 8:00 PM ET
Projected starting goalies - Johan Hedberg (NJ) vs. Pekka Rinne (NSH)
Here are the projected lines for the Predators:
Colin Wilson - David Legwand - Craig Smith
Martin Erat - Nick Spaling - Sergei Kostitsyn
Jordin Tootoo - Cal O'Reilly - Matt Halischuk
The New Jersey Devils say injured goalie Martin Brodeur traveled with the team to Tennessee on Friday.
The Devils’ goaltending insurance policy paid off again.
Johan Hedberg once more proved the perfect backup, blanking the Kings during his 45 minutes of relief of the injured Martin Brodeur, then stifling the visitors in the shootout to give the Devils a 2-1 victory in Newark tonight.
Hedberg had a...
After posting a winning record on their season-opening homestand, the New Jersey Devils hit the road for the first time this campaign as they battle the Nashville Predators.
Ilya Kovalchuk and Zach Parise each scored in a shootout to lead the New Jersey Devils to a 3-2 victory over the Nashville Predators.
Says right shoulder is improving 'big time'