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“Pete has done an outstanding job,” Devils GM Lou Lamoriello said to Dave Hutchinson of The Star Ledger. “He knows what he wants. He’s comfortable and confident in his own skin and is open to suggestions. It’s his honesty and forthrightness that I like. He’s very communicative with his players.”
“All the guys want to play for Pete,” Parise said. “The mode and atmosphere around the locker room is great. He has done an awesome job.”
“You have to get guys to buy into your system and I think Pete has done that with his demeanor,” veteran goalie Martin Brodeur said. “He does a good job getting everybody involved, it’s not just a one-man show. Also, he understands the ups and downs of a season and is good about taking care of guys by giving them days off.”
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The New Jersey Devils added another asset to their solid lineup Friday night. The team sent away defenseman Kurtis Foster, forwards Nick Palmieri and Stephane Veilleux along with a second round pick in 2012 and a conditional third round draft pick in 2013 for Marek Zidlicky.The defenseman was drafted by the Rangers at 176th overall in 2001. He did not appear in any games with...
The New Jersey Devils acquired defenseman Marek Zidlicky from the Minnesota Wild in exchange for three players and two draft picks.
Devils president Lou Lamoriello announced during Friday's game that New Jersey sent defenseman Kurtis Foster, forwards Nick Palmieri and Stephane Veilleux, Washington's second-round choice in the 2012 draft and a conditional choice in 2013....
The Devils on Friday traded defenseman Kurtis Foster, forwards Nick Palmieri and Stephane Veilleux, a second-round pick and a conditional pick to the Minnesota Wild for disgruntled defenseman Marek Zidlicky.
Zidlicky is said to have waived his no-trade clause to join the Devils, where he is expected to add to...
The New Jersey Devils don't believe the addition of defenseman Marek Zidlicky will change the dynamic of a team playing its best hockey of the season.
It shouldn't affect the Devils' recent success against the Tampa Bay Lightning, either.
Zidlicky is expected to make his New Jersey debut Sunday against the Lightning, a team the Devils have routinely frustrated over...
The New Jersey Devils will try to match their longest winning streak of the season when they host the Vancouver Canucks tonight at Prudential Center.
The New Jersey Devils added experience to their shaky defense and acquired a leader for their power play in acquiring defenseman Marek Zidlicky from the Minnesota Wild in exchange for three players and two draft picks on Friday night. President Lou Lamoriello announced the deal during the second period of the Devils' game with the Vancouver Canucks, saying that defenseman Kurtis Foster,...
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