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Devils (14-12-1) are going for their third straight victory this afternoon.
BEST OF MAXIM
What a game!! I spent the better portion of the first half of the game pretty much cursing at the entire Devils team. They couldn’t seem to do anything right most of Marty Brodeur so when he got the hook, I wasn’t surprised or displeased.
The first two goals were ridiculous. Usually Marty is great and playing his rebounds but on these two he put them in bad spots and got burned...
Yesterday in CBC's afternoon game the New Jersey Devils fell to the Montreal Canadiens 2-1 in New Jersey. Here are some notes on that game, as well as some other notes on the Devils and teams around the league.
- Travis Zajac has been practicing with the Devils for the last little while and he will travel with the team on this upcoming two-game road trip. Zajac will not play...
Brodeur gets the call Saturday. (Getty/NHL Images)
Martin Brodeur will be back between the pipes Saturday, when the Devils host Montreal for a 1 p.m. matinee at P...
A new weekly feature here at Running With The Devils is going to be our “Stock Up / Stock Down “ report. These reports will happen every Friday afternoon where we look back at the games from the previous Friday Night through Thursday Night (in this case Dec 2nd – December 8th) and pick a few guys whose stock is up or down. Some weeks it might be all up or and some weeks it...
Devils return to practice this morning following a 5-4 victory over Ottawa in a shootout.
Rookie Adam Henrique scored on a backhander in the fourth round of the shootout to give the host New Jersey Devils a 5-4 victory against the Ottawa Senators. Zach Parise and Patrik Elias also scored in the shootout for the Devils, who trailed 3-0 with about 5 minutes left in the second period before scoring four unanswered goals.
Devils rallied from a 3-0 deficit against Ottawa.
Cam Janssen scored it a decisive win for Mark Fraser.
Fraser stepped up in a big way Thursday, when he dropped the gloves and came out on top in his fight with Ottawa's Zenon Konopka.
Fraser, in the lineup for just the fourth time this s...
Treading water doesn’t lead anywhere, and it would be a stretch to credit the Devils with even that. The season is one-third over and they can’t wait for Travis Zajac to join their lineup, perhaps late this week.
The Devils have lost five of their last seven, both...
The Devils on Friday announced they have placed Andy Greene (non-displaced toe fracture) on injured reserve retroactive to Dec. 6. Cam Janssen (chest contusion) was placed on injured reserve retroactive to Dec. 3
Greene missed Thursday's comeba...
Last night's gut-wrenching loss to the New Jersey Devils in overtime at Scotiabank might have briefly sucked the life out of the entire fan base, but the Ottawa Senators weren't the only team to be embarrassed in a late-game collapse on Thursday.
Thanks to quality friends over in Columbus and Montreal, Ottawa was able to share the always-dreaded honor of snatching defeat...
Anton Volchenkov still sidelined with hand injury
Matchup- Canadiens (11-11-7 29 points) @ Devils (14-12-1 - 29 points)
TV - CBC, RDS (HD), MSG Plus, NHLN-US
Puck drop - 1:00 PM ET
Last 10: Canadiens 3-3-4 / New Jersey 5-5-0
Projected starting goalies - Carey Price (MTL) vs. Martin Brodeur (NJ)
Battle of the stats
Goals for/against per game
Montreal - 2.45 / 2.45
New Jersey - 2.37 / 2.85
Carey Price denied Zach Parise on a penalty shot in the final minute to secure the Canadiens' 2-1 win over the Devils.
Devils' Nick Palmieri scores first goal since Nov. 15 after being recalled last week