Found February 03, 2012 on NY Post:
The Devils’ prize rookie draftee might miss tomorrow’s visit to Philadelphia because of the crumpling hit P.K. Subban laid on him last night. The Canadiens think Adam Larsson should sit out anyway by suspension. The sight of Larsson stretched out on the ice was an example of vigilante...

Devils rookie D Larsson injures back vs. Canadiens

New Jersey Devils rookie defenseman Adam Larsson exited Thursday's game versus the Montreal Canadiens with a bruised lower back. The fourth overall pick of the draft, Larsson was blasted by Montreal blue-liner P.K. Subban along the wall near the Canadiens's bench. "I thought it was a clean hit," New Jersey coach Peter DeBoer said. It was not immediately known...

Devils down Montreal Canadiens, 5-3, though Adam Larsson injures knee

Devils rebound after allowing first two goals of the game

Video- Big Hit Of The Night Candidate

P.K. Subban on Adam Larsson.  No penalty and no update on Larsson.

Canadiens recall Aaron Palushaj from the Hamilton Bulldogs

Tweet PRESS RELEASE MONTREAL (February 3, 2012) – The Montreal Canadiens announced today that forward Aaron Palushaj has been rec...

Scott Gomez is one day away from reaching a one year goal scoring drought

Scott Gomez: History Will be Made -- or will it? The Montreal Canadian center/forward last scored a goal on Feb. 5, 2011 against the NY Rangers. That's roughly $7.3 million dollars per goal.... Full story at Bob's Blitz ~

Shocker: Habs blow a lead

This time, it was 3-1. And they lost 5-3. Sure, there were some awful calls by the referee, and the winning goal was very questionable due to a trip on Erik Cole that led to the play, but the Habs blew this one. Plain and simple. Perhaps that is part of the reason that Randy Cunneyworth appeared close to coming onto the ice after the Cole non-call. He was furious. Shaking. And...

Capitals' Rechlicz hopes to see Canadiens' Bourque Saturday

Nicklas Backstrom still hasn't played since suffering a concussion from a cheap-shot elbow to the head from Rene Bourque on Jan. 3. Then a Calgary Flames forward and now with the Montreal Canadiens, Bourque served his five-game NHL suspension but is back in the lineup. He was back in time ...

Capitals' Vokoun shuts out Canadiens

MONTREAL — Tomas Vokoun's first career game came with the Montreal Canadiens in Philadelphia on Feb. 6, 1997. He got shelled for four goals on 14 shots and was yanked after one period. At 20 years old, that could have been his only chance as he faded away along with ...

Devils-Canadiens: As they play

Martin Brodeur vs. Carey Price

Devils' Adam Larsson not practicing, won't play vs. Flyers; Ryan Carter also out with hand injury

Devils have a light workout following 5-3 victory over Montreal on Thursday night.

Devils plagued by injuries as they begin tough stretch against Philadelphia Flyers

Devils play at Philadelphia today without Adam Larsson, Ryan Carter
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