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“I’m playing tomorrow. Marty looked like he had some discomfort during the game. I don’t know if he’s good to go or not, but I’m told to play,” Hedberg said.“I’m playing tomorrow. Marty looked like he had some discomfort during the game. I don’t know if he’s good to go or not, but I’m told to play,” Hedberg said to Rich Chere of The Star-Ledger.
Pete DeBoer wasn’t as sure as Hedberg though.
“We haven’t made that decision yet,” DeBoer said. “We’ll talk to (Brodeur) tomorrow morning and we’ll make that call. That’s the plan. I don’t foresee why he couldn’t. I’m not concerned. He had a lot of work last night. He had a pretty taxing game. So we’re giving him the day off. I don’t foresee his injury keeping him out.”
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Tuesday night, the New York Rangers trailed the New Jersey Devils 1-0 in the final seconds. As the Rangers rushed Martin Brodeur's goal, Marian Gaborik crashed into the Devils goaltender while Rangers captain Ryan Callahan appeared to score the tying goal. Even though it appeared Gaborik was helped into Brodeur by Devils defenseman Anton Volchenkov, the goal was disallowed...
Martin Brodeur and the New Jersey Devils thought the officials got it just right when they waved off the potential tying goal in the closing seconds. Not surprisingly, the New York Rangers had an opposite opinion as they had trouble digesting a frustrating 1-0 loss on Tuesday night. Brodeur was at his Hall of Fame best against his and the Devils' fiercest rival and he made half...
Martin Brodeur will not be able to build on his best performance of the year on Thursday night.
Brodeur will be out against the Blues in Newark with an ankle injury suffered in Tuesday’s 1-0 win over the Rangers. Johan Hedberg will get the start against St. Louis with...
Martin Brodeur stopped 30 shots for his first shutout this season and the record 117th of his NHL career Tuesday night, and the visiting New Jersey Devils beat the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers, 1-0, for their fifth consecutive win. David Clarkson gave Brodeur all the offense he needed with a first-period, power-play goal.
Martin Brodeur stopped 30 shots for his first shutout of the season and the record 117th of his NHL career, and the New Jersey Devils beat the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers 1-0 on Tuesday night for their fifth consecutive win.
PHT: Martin Brodeur helps red-hot Devils shut out Rangers, and he gets a little help along the way.
Brodeur records first shutout of season after Rangers' goal in final seconds is disallowed
Goalie twisted ankle against Rangers
The Devils are headed to MSG tonight looking to extend their winning streak to a season-high five games. Martin Brodeur will start in goal as the Devils try to take a 2-1 lead in their...
Martin Brodeur vs. Henrik Lundqvist
Match-up- Devils (30-19-3 - 63 points) @ Rangers (33-12-5 - 71 points)
TV - MSG, MSG Plus 2
Puck drop - 7:00 PM ET
Season series - Tied at 1
Last 10: New Jersey 7-2-1 / New York (R) 6-3-1
Projected starting goalies - Martin Brodeur (NJ) vs. Henrik Lundqvist (NYR)
Battle of the stats
Goals for/against per game
New York (R) - 2.76 / 1.96
New Jersey - 2.69 / 2.81
The St. Louis Blues are in the thick of a four-team race for the Central Division crown due in part to their success against Eastern Conference foes.
Facing the surging New Jersey Devils may provide one of their toughest tests yet.
New Jersey seeks its sixth straight victory Thursday night when it hosts St. Louis, which has earned 22 of a possible 24 points against the East this...
Jeff Frazee also practicing but Johan Hedberg has apparently been given the day off.