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Shanahan's A Hit

Despite rumblings of a backlash against the NHL's tough new stance on headshots, Stu Hackel says Brendan Shanahan enjoys broad support. Also: Lokomotiv love and Stars woes.

Game 4: Devils Comeback Against Predators

The way this game started, I really thought I was going to sit through another game like we played against the Flyers to open the season. Thankfully the Devils would end up clawing their way back into this game but we will get to that. I thought the Devils came out with some jump and the Predators gave them an early power play but like  a typical Devils power play, they weren’t...

Is Hockey Fighting on the NHL’s Agenda?

From Bob McKenzie at TSN: There is a sense, certainly in many media circles, that the window of opportunity to wage the campaign against fighting has never been more wide open than right now, especially when new NHL disciplinarian Brendan Shanahan was doing a pre-season interview with the CBC’s Peter Mansbridge and on a question about fighting, answered something to the effect...

Devils earn back-to-back victories

Ilya Kovalchuk and Zach Parise scored shootout goals and the New Jersey Devils won their second straight game, beating the Los Angeles Kings 2-1 on Thursday night. Johan Hedberg, who replaced an injured Martin Brodeur at the start of the second period, made easy stops on Simon Gagne and Anze Kopitar on the Kings' shootout chances to send Los Angeles to its second straight loss...

Anton Stralman is on the ice at the Devils' morning skate

Unsigned defenseman back after attending to visa issues

Brodeur injured; Hedberg shines in Devils’ win

The Devils’ goaltending insurance policy paid off again. Johan Hedberg once more proved the perfect backup, blanking the Kings during his 45 minutes of relief of the injured Martin Brodeur, then stifling the visitors in the shootout to give the Devils a 2-1 victory in Newark tonight. Hedberg had a...

Devils Early Season Q&A With Todd and Mike

Photo courtesy of By Mike Luciano and Todd Cordell So far the New Jersey Devils have shown a lot of promise early on in the season but Devils fans shouldn’t be done holding their breath just yet. After making a few observations about the team’s play, I was fortunate enough to get some valuable input from my fellow Hockey Guy colleague Todd Cordell on the team’s...

Devils' Brodeur travels, still uncertain vs. Preds

The New Jersey Devils say injured goalie Martin Brodeur traveled with the team to Tennessee on Friday.

Devils-Kings: As they play

Cam Janssen, Rod Pelley make season debuts

Video- Brodeur Leaves Game With Injury

Martin Brodeur left tonight’s game with an apparent shoulder injury.

Brodeur leaves game after first period

Martin Brodeur was injured in the first period of tonight's game against Los Angeles and left the game with upper body soreness. Brodeur made a flurry of saves with just over eight minutes remaining in the frame, including a diving stop to his ...

Devils lift Brodeur after first period with injury

New Jersey goalie Martin Brodeur didn't return for the second period of the Devils' game against the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday because of upper-body soreness.

Los Angeles Kings (1-1-0) at New Jersey Devils (1-1-0), 7 p.m. (ET)

The Los Angeles Kings will play their first game of the season in North America tonight, as they visit the New Jersey Devils at Prudential Center.

New Jersey Devils (2-1-0) at Nashville Predators (2-1-0), 8 p.m. (ET)

After posting a winning record on their season-opening homestand, the New Jersey Devils hit the road for the first time this campaign as they battle the Nashville Predators.
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