Found January 20, 2012 on
Running With The Devils:
This week the Devils played 3 games in the Friday to Thursday stretch. We watched them finish up a 4 game road trip in Winnipeg on Saturday afternoon where they won 2-1 and then returned home to face the same Jets on Tuesday night where they won 5-1. That was followed up by a 4-1 loss to the Bruins at home last night but Devin will have a more in depth coverage of these games in his Second Look column coming up on Monday.
Ilya Kovalchuk – I have to start with him because he’s starting to turn heads around the NHL. Offensively he is finally starting to resemble the guy that played in Atlanta. He leads the Devils with 19 goals and is second on the list in points with 40. He has 7 goals in his last seven games, and five two-point games over the same span but it is his sudden defensive element that is allowing Peter Deboer to trust throwing Kovalchuk out on the ice in all types of situations. I’ve been hard on Kovalchuk so far, I’ll admit that but if this continues, then I can complet...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
The New Jersey Devils have two seasoned goaltenders on their roster this season. One, 38-year-old Johan Hedberg, has been a backup most of his NHL career. The other, 39-year-old Martin Brodeur, is a lock for the Hall of Fame.
But with the two seeing action in 21 and 29 of the team's 46 games, respectively, the surprising Hedberg is performing best in Newark this year.
from Josh Kosman and Mark Everson of the New York Post, The National Hockey League is in talks with the money-losing New Jersey Devils to advance the team money so it can continue to operate through the season, The Post has learned.
Under the NHL plan, Devils controlling owner Jeffery Vanderbeek would continue to run the team while he pursues a long-term financing solution, sources...
Ivan Pravilov brought youth team to New Jersey last season
from Mike Mazeo of ESPN New York, Devils coach Peter DeBoer expressed his frustration over what he felt should’ve been a penalty prior the Bruins’ go-ahead goal on Thursday night.
Seconds before Nathan Hornton’s 17th goal of the season on the power play at 7:10 of the third period broke a 1-all tie, the Boston winger knocked into Matt Taormina at the blue line, sending the...
It wasn’t pretty, but the Bruins were once again dominant in the final period, scoring four unanswered goals in the third to beat the New Jersey Devils, 4-1.
Petr Sykora got the Devils on the board late in the first, beating Tim Thomas to give the Devils a 1-0 lead after the first 20, but Thomas was a mystery that New Jersey could not solve from that point on.
The second period...
Winger says he doesn't care if he's changing opinions
The Devils have won three in a row and host Boston tonight at 7 p.m. Adam Henrique returns to the lineup after missing the last two games.
Henrik Tallinder a surprise scratch with 'lower body' injury
Tallinder out for 6-8 weeks with acute thrombophlebitis of the lower left leg
The Devils blue line was dealt a blow Thursday when it was announced that Henrik Tallinder could miss up to two months.
"Henrik Tallinder has been diagnosed with acute thrombophlebitis of the lower left leg and will be out six to eight wee...
New Jersey Devils defenseman Henrik Tallinder is going to be sidelined six to eight weeks because of a blood clot in his left leg.
No call when Matt Taormina is clipped before power play goal
Bruins at Prudential Center
The surging New Jersey Devils will try to exact a measure of revenge against the Boston Bruins tonight, when the clubs meet at the Prudential Center in Newark.
Mired in somewhat of a mini-slump, the Boston Bruins needed only one good period to beat the New Jersey Devils and get back on track.