The New Jersey Devils will play their first game of 2014 calendar year tomorrow against one of the best teams in the NHL, the Chicago Blackhawks. It will also mark the beginning of the second half of the Devils’ season. I have evaluated the three major components of the team as a whole, and given out grades on how I feel they have performed up to this point in the season. Here...
It didn't go as planned, but New Jersey managed to pull off a dramatic comeback victory over the Capitals to launch themselves into playoff position.
Led by big efforts from Jaromir Jagr, Andy Greene, and several other veterans, the Devils crawled out of a 4-2 deficit in the 3rd period and went on to top the Capitals in overtime.
Jagr, Zubrus, Greene and Zidlicky (2) scored...
The superstars did not disappoint.
Alex Ovechkin scored his league-leading 30th goal and Jaromir Jagr scored the 694th of his career to tie Mark Messier for seventh on the NHL’s all-time list.
But it was a player who seems to get little notice and not enough respect — both in the NHL and from USA Hockey officials — who made the timely plays that lifted the Devils into sole...
Andy Greene scored 43 seconds into overtime, Marek Zidlicky had two goals and the New Jersey Devils rallied past the Washington Capitals 5-4 Saturday night.
Greene knocked the rebound of a shot by Jaromir Jagr past Braden Holtby for the game-winner. Greene also had two assists.
Jagr scored his 13th goal and added two assists. Dainius Zubrus had a goal and an assist for New Jersey...
Via AP on Fox
December 21, 2013
It was the kind of comeback victory that saves coaches’ jobs.
More importantly, it was the kind of victory that has the potential to save a season if it indeed becomes a turning point.
“We can let it be (a season-changer). It’s on us to keep it going,” defenseman Andy Greene said about Saturday night’s 4-3 victory over the Boston Bruins in which the Devils scored twice...
By Kristin Tullo (@KToools)
For Andy Greene it was a “no brainer” to join Operation Hat Trick when he was asked to take part in a benefit game that would raise money for those affected by Hurricane Sandy in New York and New Jersey. Greene, along with 31 other NHL players, including two New Jersey teammates David Clarkson and Martin Brodeur, played in front of a sold out crowd...
Andy Greene returns to the lineup tonight when the Devils host the Rangers at 7 p.m. Martin Brodeur gets the start, while Steve Bernier, who was recalled yesterday from Albany (AHL),...
Between games, injuries and players being recalled from Albany it's been quite an eventful week for the New Jersey Devils. Here's the latest.
- As many of you know by now, Andy Greene is out four weeks with a fracture in one of his toes. This is a big loss for the Devils in my opinion as he has been pretty solid for the most part this season. Some fans like to get on him...
Greene was hit by a shot on Nov. 26 against Islanders
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