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Goaltender Martin Brodeur could be out a while yet. While dismissing the notion that Brodeur had suffered some sort of "setback", the general manager of the New Jersey Devils admitted his No. 1 netminder is still bothered by a sore back. (The Star-Ledger) “It’s his back. You know backs. He was day-to-day and now the doctors feel he needs to rest a little more,” Lou Lamoriello explained. “When will he come back? Will it be three days, four days, five days? It could be a week from now. We don’t know. He was day-to-day. It’s just taking a little longer. He just didn’t feel better.”Read more ESPN InsiderThe HockeyFanLand Insight:The New Jersey Devils are currently sitting in seventh place in the Eastern Conference with a record of: 10-8-5 we all witnessed last year that Martin Brodeur can still play at the highest level as he led his New Jersey Devils to the Stanley Cup Finals. So, it makes sense for New Jersey to take every precaution possible as they try to chase the ulti...
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from Rich Chere of the Star/Ledger,
Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur has not suffered a setback with his ailing back.
“No. Absolutely not. In fact, the opposite,” general manager Lou Lamoriello said today. “No setback. That I can assure you.”
So why is Brodeur, who is on injured reserve, no longer listed as day to day?
“It’s his back. You know backs...
David Clarkson and Patrik Elias scored in a shootout and the New Jersey Devils rallied from a late two-goal deficit to defeat the Buffalo Sabres 3-2 on Thursday night, snapping a season-high six game winless streak.
Elias and Adam Henrique got the Devils to the overtime, scoring in the final 6 1/2 minutes, with Elias tying the game on a rebound with 66 seconds left in regulation...
Sleep easy Devils Army, the streak is over!
Patrik Elias and David Clarkson were able to score on Ryan Miller, who backed up the injured Jhonas Enroth, and gave the Devils a much needed win snapping their six game losing streak. Hedberg made some huge saves including the two in a shootout to help end the streak.
With the Devils needing a win they turned to Johan Hedberg who...
New Jersey's longest losing streak of the season has ended, but the Devils still must improve if they're going to make a run in the other direction.
Looking to build on their first win in two weeks, the visiting Devils may face a stiff challenge from the Southeast Division-leading Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday night.
Adam Henrique and Patrik Elias scored third-period...
New Jersey coach Peter DeBoer is holding out hope that his team's worst stretch of the season is nearing an end.
The Devils look to avoid losing seven straight for the first time in 27 years Thursday night when they host the Buffalo Sabres, the only team DeBoer's squad has earned a point against in the last six games.
New Jersey (10-8-5) might have bottomed out by falling...
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By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo)
The Buffalo Sabres have thrown a bone to the New Jersey Devils who are winless in their last six games, by announcing that goaltender Jhonas Enroth will start for the Sabres tonight at the Prudential Center.
A team that is sure to be lacking confidence, the Devils recent scoring drought has been as much bad...
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By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo)
Getting chances early on Jhonas Enroth but not finding ways to finish and misplayed pucks by Johan Hedberg, Thursdays game seem to have all the ingredients to make New Jersey Devils’ players and fans believe it would be a night like the last six.
Unable to get a shot on goal on their first power play, the Sabres took...