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Wait, or win? The Devils may have the chance to solidify their patched-up center position, and might have already asked the Oilers about 22-year-old Sam Gagner.The patience route was tangibly encouraged by Travis Zajac’s visit to practice yesterday, after having already started light solitary skating. It was reminder...
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According to a number of sources from Devils practice today, goaltender Martin Brodeur participated in most drills and told head coach Pete DeBoer he is available to play tomorrow night against Toronto.
Brodeur has been out since October 13th with a bruised right shoulder, and only returned to practice late last week. He admitted that the injury has only been rehabbed and isn&...
Zajac has resumed skating. (Getty/NHL Images)
The sight of a smiling Travis Zajac at the rink Monday was enough to spark new optimism for his speedy return.
The New Jersey Devils have activated goaltender Martin Brodeur off injured reserve.Brodeur hasn't played since Oct. 13 after suffering a shoulder injury in the first period of a game against the Los Angeles Kings. Brodeur tweaked the shoulder while attempting to make a diving save.The 39-year-old is expected to start in one of the Devils' back-to-back contests Wednesday against...
New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur is ready to return to action. When he does, however, hasn't been decided.
Brodeur hasn't played since Oct. 13 after suffering a shoulder injury in the first period of a game against the Los Angeles Kings. Brodeur tweaked the shoulder while attempting to make a diving save.
The 39-year-old is expected to start in one of the Devils...
Here are some thoughts, notes and interesting stats for you all to look over on this Halloween Monday.
- The Ottawa Senators have more 3rd period goals (21) than the Devils do total goals (20). That certainly needs to change.
- Despite the fact the Devils are missing their top two centers in Travis Zajac and Jacob Josefson they're 4-4-1 on the season. That's pretty...
It was confirmed in practice today that goaltender Martin Brodeur will return from injury and start tonight's game against the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Brodeur has been out since October 13th with a bruised shoulder, but he has been practicing since last week and replaced Keith Kinkaid on the roster on Monday.
Johan Hedberg has played in the team's last six games, going 2...
"This Day" takes a look at a moment in Devils history most probably think never even happened. When one thinks of comebacks, no one expects a big comeback from the Devils in a third period (especially in the 1980's). Yet the unthinkable did occur. Indeed it did on this day 26 years ago and it is something that if you talk to an oldtime New York Rangers fan, they...
Center says he has 'little bruise' but escaped serious injury
Keith Kinkaid returned to AHL Albany
Martin Brodeur and Johan Hedberg only goalies for practice
The New Jersey Devils have activated goaltender Martin Brodeur off injured reserve.
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Goaltender Martin Brodeur has been taken off injured reserve by the New Jersey Devils after being sidelined more than two weeks with a bruised right shoulder.
Martin Brodeur has said he's ready to play if the Devils want him to