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The Hockey Guys:
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By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo)
New Jersey Devils forward, David Clarkson, was the star of the evening in Newark once again last night, this time in front of 200 smiling, grateful faces from the Hockey In Newark program, where Clarkson and the NHLPA’s Goals and Dreams program donated 50 sets of brand new equipment.
The Goals & Dreams program allowed for Clarkson to choose an organization in which he would donate equipment and after talking to co-founder of Hockey In Newark, Keith Veltre, Clarkson said it was a “no brainer” to choose the organization right in the heart of the city the Devils now call home.
Prior to the re-location of the Devils to Newark, hockey becoming popular in the city of Newark was just an idea in the minds of two East Side teachers who wanted to share their passion for the sport of, with a hope that it would catch on.
Handed a team of five players and equipment that would even make the kids from The Mighty Ducks blush, Dennis Rup...
BEST OF MAXIM
Travis Zajac scored 40 seconds into the game and there was a collective groan in Flyer land. Same old same old, but that feeling was short lived as Philadelphia stormed back scoring three times in the first period to carry […]
The New Jersey Devils' five-game winning streak came to an abrupt end on Tuesday evening. The Devils were defeated by a fiesty Carolina Hurricanes team in a game that could have easily gone the Devils' way. After falling behind 2-1 going into the third, the Devils tied the game at two, but allowed two more unanswered goals before time ran out.
While the game did not...
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By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo)
On February 15, 2000 Martin Brodeur scored his second career goal and the first ever game-winner by a goaltender in the National Hockey League.
Philadelphia Flyers forward, Daymond Langkow, misplayed the puck which would result in a Devils goal during a delayed penalty call. Brodeur was the last Devil on...
The Hurricanes managed to pull out a 4-2 win over the New Jersey Devils last night and they did it on the back of one of their weakest offensive performances of the young season. The Devils held Carolina to only nine scoring chances at even strength and 12 overall, which are season lows for the Hurricanes this season. New Jersey is also only the third team this season to outchance...
from Scott Burnside of ESPN,
And so, without further ado, some first-quarter superlatives and, well, whatever the opposite of a superlative might be:
Dominating Performance By A Non-Star Player
David Clarkson, New Jersey Devils
Clarkson might have played in the shadows of Zach Parise, Ilya Kovalchuk and Martin Brodeur as the Devils went to the Stanley Cup finals in...
Carolina Hurricanes (6-4-1) @ New Jersey Devils (8-1-3)
This is Carolina’s first trip to the rock this season. The Canes are 6-3-1 in their last 10 and 4-2-1 on the road. Carolina is currently sitting in 1st place in the Southeast Division and in 3rd place overall in the Eastern Conference
The Devils Last Game
They rolled into Pittsburgh and behind...