Found May 22, 2012 on Predneck Nation:
MONDAY’S RESULT NEW JERSEY 4, NEW YORK 1; series tied 2-2  New Jersey captain Zach Parise scored on the power play and into an empty net and added an assist to lead the Devils to a 4-1 win over the Rangers. Devils goaltenderMartin Brodeur made 28 saves and added his fourth assist of these playoffs, breaking the old record of three in a single post season.  A countdown of the night’s best moments, from Martin Brodeur’s nifty puck handling ability to some bad blood settling into the series and the game winning goal.  Visit and tune to NHL Network for all of the latest playoff news, highlights and analysis. BETTER WITH AGE Martin Brodeur turned 40 on May 6th, since then he has held opponents to less than three goals in six straight games. The last time he had a streak like that in the post season was in 2000.  OFFENSE FROM THE DEFENSE Devils defenseman Bryce Salvador scored a goal and added an assist. He has ten points in 16 playoff games after having just nine points in 82 ga

Marty's Still Got It

Coming into the 2011-12 NHL campaign, many people in the hockey world wondered how much future Hall of Fame netminder Martin Brodeur had to give for the New Jersey Devils.Well, many months later and into the Eastern Conference Finals, Brodeur has silenced his critics by performing more than admirably for his hockey club all season/postseason long. In fact, with the way Brodeur has...

Wild, NHL players to take part in charity game

ST. PAUL, Minn. Several Minnesota Wild and other NHL players, including New Jersey Devils star Zach Parise, will be part of a charity hockey game on June 20 at Ridder Arena on the University of Minnesota campus. Players currently scheduled to attend include Josh Harding and Nate Prosser from the Wild, Washington Capitals forward Matt Hendricks, Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Jamie...

Fighting Sioux own the night in Devils win

NBCSN ice level announcer/personality Pierre McGuire couldn't seem to say it enough as he kept mentioning the two outstanding players from Grand Forks, ND. While Zach Parise (2002-04) and Travis Zajac (2004-06) are former Fighting Sioux Hockey players - they never played hockey together during their time at UND. Parise left UND in 2004 after playing two season for the Fighting...

Philadelphia Flyers must clear cap space to make changes

The Flyers haven’t ruled defenseman Chris Pronger out for next season, but there little evidence to suggest he will return. Severe post-concussion syndrome threatens to end his NHL career.Should Pronger sit, Philadelphia would gain $5 million in salary cap space once the season begins. That possibility could inspire the Flyers to spend to the cap limit this summer while taking...

Mike Rupp's 'Sucker Punch' Not Exactly Clean, But Suspension Talk Is Ludicrous (Video)

Mike Rupp isn't on the ice to score goals. He's on the ice to stir the pot. Well, consider the pot stirred. Rupp looked like a man on a mission when he took the ice with the Rangers trailing 3-0 in the third period of Monday's Game 4. He roughed up Steve Bernier at the faceoff circle, dropped Peter Harrold behind the net and gave Anton Volchenkov a decent push. Rupp&...

Morning Skate: May 22

The Morning After:Yesterday’s results:Devils 4, Rangers 1RLD 3 stars of the night:1. Zach Parise (2 goals, assist)2. Martin Brodeur (27 saves, win)3. Bryce Salvador (goal, assist)---Tonight’s slate:Kings @ Coyotes, 9:00 ET, Game 5#8 Los Angeles Kings @ #3 Phoenix CoyotesGame 5… 9:00 ET… TV: NBC Sports Network, CBCSeries: 3-1 KingsPlayers to watch:PHX-    Ray WhitneySave...

New Jersey Devils Defeat The New York Rangers 5-3 And Lead Series 3-2

A late goal by Ryan Carter put the Devils ahead 4-3 and Zach Parise added an empty-netter to seal the game. The Devils jumped out to a 3-0 only to find the Rangers come back to tie the game up early in the 3rd period. Game 6 is Friday night in New Jersey. Will the Rangers force a game 7? Here is Carter’s game winning goal…

Devils on brink of playing for Cup

The Los Angeles Kings await. But the New Jersey Devils still have some work to do. Sixth-seeded New Jersey is within one win of going back to the finals for the first time since the Devils won their third Stanley Cup in 2003. After blowing a 3-0 lead and then pulling out a 5-3 victory over the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden Wednesday night, the Devils can wrap it up...

Fantasy Hockey Playoff ONE: Battle Of The Hudson FORE!

  It is Monday already and time for Game 4 of the Eastern Conference Finals between the New Jersey Devils and New York Rangers. The Rangers are up two games to one after a 3-0 win on Saturday Afternoon that caused the blocked shot issue to ring true once again (20 blocked shots unofficially). There is this feeling that neither team can seem to put together two games...

Thursday (5/24/12) Heaadlines

Bergen Record - Devils push Rangers to the brink with 5-3 win at the Garden Bergen Record - Martin Brodeur, Henrik Lundqvist not at their best in Game 5 Bergen Record - Rangers notes: Brandon Dubinsky returns Bergen Record - Rangers-Devils stars in Game 5 New York Post - Devils get last laugh after Blueshirts erase 3-0 holeNew York Post - Gabby, Callahan finally deliverNew York...

Devils dominate Rangers to tie series

NEWARK, N.J. - Trailing two games to one, the New Jersey Devils needed to play with a sense of urgency in Game 4 of their Eastern Conference final series with the New York Rangers Monday night. It didn't take long to see that the Devils were ready to dominate their arch enemies in every facet of the game. Zach Parise ended his recent scoring drought with two third-period goals...
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