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As the Los Angeles Kings celebrated winning the Stanley Cup, they lost track of one important item: the puck. Devils forward Patrik Elias was the most likely person to have it, as he was seen picking the puck up off the ice during the Kings' celebration. However Elias says that while he did pick up the puck, he does not have it and he has no idea where the puck could have ended up, according to NJ.com. "I don't have it. I have no idea where it is," Elias told NJ.com. "I grabbed it when the whistle blew. I had...
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Kings fans, your nightmare is over.
The New Jersey Devils' Patrik Elias returned from his long vacation, unpacked his equipment bag and there it was, the missing puck from the closing moments of Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Final.
Bounty hunters, feel free to stand down.
Elias had told the Newark Star-Ledger on Wednesday that he thought he did not have the puck but would check...
After being lost since the Los Angeles Kings won their first ever Stanley Cup back on June 11, the clinching puck has finally been recovered.
The Los Angeles Kings received a phone call from the New Jersey Devils saying that the puck had been found. Patrik Elias, the last to be seen with the puck, returned home from a recent vacation and found the puck in his equipment bag. Elias...
According to L.A. Kings GM Dean Lombardi, the team has agreed to terms with Conn Smythe-winning goaltender Jonathan Quick for a 10-year contract extension. This is amazing news for the Kings, who have already set their sights on a repeat. It is apparent that Lombardi’s plan is to keep the team pretty much the same. Jarret Stoll and Colin Fraser have both just been re-signed, leaving...
This is why we love free agency
From reader Josh K.
Lyrics to "Zach Parise" to tune of "Take it Easy." These may be complete ****, not a whole lot of jobbing in there but figured I'd pass it along.
Bein' King Shero,
Trying to loosen some dough,
I got 7 skaters on my mind.
2 I wanna re-up
4 I gotta...
Martin Brodeur has signed a new two-year contract to remain with the New Jersey Devils.
Pat Brisson, Brodeur's Los Angeles-based agent, confirmed the deal Monday morning in an email to The Associated Press.
The deal is worth $9 million and more than likely will allow the 40-year-old goaltender to finish his career with the Devils.
The NHL's all-time winningest goaltender...
Soâ¦ What Will Uncle Lou Do? That is the question.
Here is a snapshot of the Devils UFA crop Uncle Lou will be dealing with:
Zach Parise, Martin Brodeur, Bryce Salvador, Alex Ponikarovsky, Johan Hedberg, Ryan Carter, Petr Sykora, Peter Harrold, Steve Bernier, Stephen Gionta, Cam Janssen, Jay Leach, Brad Mills, Tim Sestito.
Much noise has been made of Zach Parise, the...
The Los Angeles Kings and Pittsburgh Penguins just got a little better for the next ten plus years. It was announced today that, the Kings have agreed to terms that will keep Conn Smythe winner, Jonathan Quick, in Los Angeles through the 2022-2023 season, and the Penguins have locked up former Olympic gold medalist, Sidney Crosby, through the 2024-2025 season.It is rumored that the...
Just days away from free agency, we all know and have come to expect silly rumors to come out from fake accounts and random fans, but two New Jersey Devils related rumors came out today from reputable sources and Devils fans won't want to hear them. Here are some notes on those rumors as well as some other Devils related topics.
- Given Martin Brodeur has won three Stanley...
We're now just three days away from free agency which means NHL franchises, including the New Jersey Devils, are making their last minute push to get players re-signed and to finalize their plans heading into free agency. Here are some notes on the latest with Devils unrestricted free agents, the rise of the salary cap and more.
- It slipped under the radar, but Cam Janssen...
TSN’s Darren Dreger offers tidbits about Justin Schultz’s “decision” (what, no TSN special?) and Martin Brodeur’s future in his latest “Dreger Report.” Regarding Schultz?
The Edmonton Oilers recruited a couple of former greats to help lure college free agent Justin Schultz west. Wayne Gretzky and Paul Coffey both spoke with Schultz on Edmonton’s behalf.
via Darren Dreger tweet, Martin Brodeur very likely to test free agent market. Brodeur has hired Pat Brisson (CAA) to represent him. Bidders get ready!
By Malik Report standards, five entries in a day is downright delinquent, this sniffly blogger had laid down for an afternoon nap simply because I assumed Brendan Shanahan would obviously be named one of the Hockey Hall of Fame’s 2012 inductees, only to wake and find out that Adam Oates, Joe Sakic, Pavel Bure and Mats Sundin were named to the Hall, but not Shanahan on Tuesday afternoon...