Found February 07, 2012 on Hockey Fan Land:
Hockey This Week WHO: New Jersey Devils (30-19-3) vs New York Rangers (33-12-5)TIME: 7:00 P.M. ESTVENUE: Madison Square Garden, New York, New York  It was one week ago that Andy Greene’s alert dump-in led to a last minute tying goal that propelled the New Jersey Devils to a 4-3 shootout win over their arch rivals, the New York Rangers. Tonight the scenery changes but the goal remains the same for New Jersey, just win baby.  A victory tonight over the Rangers coupled with a Pittsburgh Penguins loss pushes the Devils to the fifth spot in the Eastern Conference. It also extends New Jersey’s winning streak to a season high five game.  Despite the Devils hot post-All-Star start, defeating Henrik Lundqvist at Madison Square Garden poses a whole new set of problems for New Jersey.  Lundqvist has dominated the Devils throughout his career going 23-9-5 with a 1.82 goals-against average and five shutouts in the regular season, including 30 saves in a 4-1 win at New Jersey back in December. He...

Rangers postgame host Al Trautwig suffers mini-meltdown over no-goal call (video)

  During Monday night’s New York Rangers-New Jersey Devils game, there was a questionable no-goal call by the referees that ultimately decided the outcome of the game. As you will see below, Rangers postgame host on MSG, veteran broadcaster Al Trautwig, is none too pleased with how it played out, as it ended up short-changing [...]

Devils, Cam Janssen anxious to face Rangers at remodeled Garden

Right winger back in lineup for first time since Jan. 19

Video: Torts, Players Prep for Devils

John Tortorella looks ahead to the Rangers' upcoming matchup against the New Jersey Devils after practice at the MSG Training Center yesterday... For the players thoughts on the Devils, click the "Read More" tab below.Marc Staal, Brandon Dubinsky, Brandon Prust and Henrik Lundqvist preview Tuesday's matchup against the New Jersey Devils... Remember to follow...

Brodeur blanks Rangers, Devils' run at 5 (AP)

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...

PHT: Brodeur blanks Rangers with some luck

PHT: Martin Brodeur helps red-hot Devils shut out Rangers, and he gets a little help along the way.

Martin Brodeur, Devils hold off Rangers, 1-0

Brodeur records first shutout of season after Rangers' goal in final seconds is disallowed

Devils and Rangers Start Game Off With A Bang

Just two seconds after the puck dropped, Cam Janssen and Eric Boulton of the Devils and Mike Rupp and Brandon Prust decided to put on a show simultaneously for the crowd at Madison Square Garden that night. Both combatants dropped their gloves and decided to duke it out for a little while. The video can be seen here.

Rangers & Devils Drop the Gloves Two Seconds into game

Two seconds into Tuesday nights New York Rangers and New Jersey Devils game the gloves were dropped and two seperate fights were on!  The Rangers Brandon Prust vs the Devils Eric Boulton and Mike Rupp of the Rangers against Cam Janssen of the Devils.    

Janssen back in the lineup

  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...

Brodeur, Devils shut out Rangers for 1-0 victory

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.

Devils' Travis Zajac will have Achilles examined in Winnipeg Wednesday

Adam Larsson not yet skating with bruised lower back

New Jersey Devils (30-19-3) at New York Rangers (33-12-5), 7 p.m. (ET)

The New Jersey Devils have matched their longest winning streak of the season and will try to keep rolling tonight, when they face the Eastern Conference-leading New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden.

Fantasy Hockey ONE (2/6)

  Yes Anton Volchenkov has more goals than Scott Gomez.  We know that was bad but Volchenkov was actually relevant in not just a hits and blocks sense yesterday.  Sundays can bring about unexpected fantasy surprises.  That is the nature of the beast in what was a very long Week 16 because of the All Star Break.  It is time to take a quick look back at that Sunday...
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