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The Bruins return to action Wednesday night in New Jersey, where they will look to begin a new win streak after falling 4-2 in Dallas on Saturday. The Bruins remain fully healthy for this one. Rich Peverley will have to monitor his nagging undisclosed injury throughout the season, but he returned on Saturday and practiced Monday and Tuesday. He will remain in the lineup, which keeps Zach Hamill as the healthy scratch up front. Steven Kampfer will also remain the odd man out on defense, while Tim Thomas was the first goalie off the ice at the morning skate. That...
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On the 11th Day of Christmas, the Devils already have given away 12 shameful shorties.
As they race on-pace to shatter the NHL's record of 22 short-handed goals allowed in a season, the Devils' coach appears stumped.
"I don't have the answer," Pete DeBoer said yesterday, preparing for the Stanley Cup champion...
Devils coming off perhaps their worst defeat of the season, a 6-1 home loss to Boston
Defenseman has missed one game with lower body strain
Devils defenseman Matt Taormina has been selected to the 2012 AHL All-Star Classic roster. The festivities will take place at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall on Jan. 29-30.
Taormina has appeared in 23 AHL games this season, producing four ...
Elias was a second-round pick (51st overall) in the 1994 Entry Draft.
from Adam Proteau of The Hockey News, When the NHL replaced chief disciplinarian Colin Campbell with Brendan Shanahan last spring and gave him the reassuring title of senior vice-president, player safety, I really wanted to believe things were going to change. But we’re nearly halfway through the 2011-12 season – and the further we get into it, the clearer it is that Sheriff...
NEWARK, N.J. - The New Jersey Devils saw the class of the NHL Wednesday night at Prudential Center and how wide...
Anton Volchenkov, Travis Zajac still out
The Boston Bruins will try to rebound from a rare loss when they visit the New Jersey Devils for this evening's game at the Prudential Center.