Found December 05, 2011 on
Team practices in New Jersey today
BEST OF MAXIM
In the few games that Ilya Kovalchuk played in Philips Arena as a visitor after the Thrashers traded him in February 2010 to New Jersey, it was common for fans to shower him with boos every time he touched the puck.
Who knew that when the Thrashers moved to Winnipeg this past offseason that that tradition would seemingly travel with them.
When New Jersey played at the MTS Centre...
Devils' losing streak now at a season-high four games
Brodeur gets the nod Tuesday vs. Leafs.
Martin Brodeur will start Tuesday when the Devils try to snap a four-game skid with a visit...
Goalie says he wouldn't prefer to move on from New Jersey
Yesterday, the NHL Board of Governors approved a new league alignment that will eliminate the current format of two conferences and six divisions and implement a new four conference league. The four new groups will have either seven or eight teams in each, and will eventually be named after former NHL players.
Not much will change for the New Jersey Devils, as the entire Atlantic...
Suggests he may be one reason the franchise moved from Atlanta
May have suffered chest distress on hit from Arturs Kulda
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The Last 10 Games: New Jersey is 4-6-0 (and falling) while the Leafs are 5-4-1
Season Series: Toronto leads 1-0 after beating NJ 5-3 on Nov 2nd
Know Your Enemy: Puckin Eh
What We Think of the Leafs: There is only one original six team I can’t stand and that is not the Toronto Maple Leafs so hats off to them for the season...
“They should support me, maybe I’m one of the reasons they moved here.”
-Ilya Kovalchuk of the New Jersey Devils, responding to the Winnipeg fans who booed him tonight. More on the Devils from Rich Chere of the Star-Ledger.
Joffrey Lupul registered a hat trick for the Toronto Maple Leafs the last time they played the New Jersey Devils. The Leafs are counting on Lupul to break out again when they host the Devils tonight at Air Canada Centre.