Found January 12, 2012 on
GM says he isn't worried about Adam Larsson, Adam Henrique getting big heads
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Between the Devils playing on back-to-back nights, the All-Star game teams being announced and other things, it's been a busy couple of days. Here are some Devils thoughts as well as some notes on the All-Star rosters.
- First of all, congrats to Adam Henrique and Adam Larsson on making the rookie part of the All-Star team. They're both very deserving. It'll be fun...
New Jersey Devils forward Adam Henrique will miss Saturday's game against the Winnipeg Jets with a groin injury.The ailment kept the high-scoring rookie out of Friday's practice. He's considered day-to-day.Henrique comes into the weekend with 34 points (13 goals, 21 assists) in 40 games, one behind Edmonton's Ryan Nugent-Hopkins for the lead among first-year players...
For the time being forget Patrik Elias, Ilya Kovalchuk and Zach Parise. Year in and year out, Devils fans expect these three individuals to perform to the best of their abilities every game. Their season point totals should always hover above 80 points, and if they don’t, we all have something to say. However, there has been someone added to the team this year who has exceeded...
They'll compete in SuperSkills event
Rookie center goes against Edmonton's Taylor Hall
Devils GM Lou Lamoriello said Wednesday that No. 1 center Travis Zajac will remain off skates for several weeks to rest his surgically repaired Achilles tendon.
Zajac underwent surgery Aug. 18 of last year on the tendon he tore during training exercises and made his season debut Dec. 16 against...
Devils' GM Lou Lamoriello said today that Travis Zajac is still experiencing soreness and will use the next couple of weeks to rest up for a return following the upcoming All-Star break.
All-Star Weekend is set for Thursday, Jan. 26 to Sunda...
Zach Parise hit hard late in game by 'a minor league player trying to make a name'
Martin Brodeur will start in goal vs. Jets
Dainius Zubrus will center top line; Nick Palmieri to play
Dainius Zubrus centers line with Zach Parise and Ilya Kovalchuk
AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Jeff McIntoshThe Calgary Flames jumped out to a 4-0 first period lead and hung on for a 6-3 win against the visiting New Jersey Devils tonight. It was a fitting win to top off a night that celebrated Jarome Iginla’s 500th NHL goal in a pre-game ceremony with Lanny McDonald and Craig Conroy.
Calgary’s captain assisted on Jay Bouwmeester’s...
Adam Larsson needed three stitches in his chin