The Bruins’ penalty kill unit topped Bryce Salvador and the B’s power play to earn the Amica Coverage Play of the Week.
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Play 1: Bruins Penalty Kill
Play 2: Bryce Salvador
Play 3: Bruins Power Play
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Sometimes the game-changing plays aren’t always the flashiest ones, but just making a heads-up decision at the right moment.
In today’s edition of the Amica Coverage Cam, Andy Brickley breaks down some Devils backchecking, taking away a potential two-on-one opportunity from the Bruins. As Milan Lucic streaks into the offensive zone, he looks behind him for a trailer and slows...
Defenseman Bryce Salvador has been named the captain of the New Jersey Devils.
Coach Pete DeBoer announced the appointment after practice on Thursday, adding that Patrik Elias and Ilya Kovalchuk will remain the alternate captains.
Salvador replaces Zach Parise, who signed with Minnesota as a free agent after last season.
Salvador, who signed a three-year, $9.5 million pact in...
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January 17, 2013
Bryce Salvador - D - Devils Bryce Salvador wants to get the right deal in place rather than go for a quick solution in labor negotiations with the league. "The way I look at it is I'm focusing more on having the right deal, not so much on how many games we'll be able to play," said the New Jersey defenseman. "We need the right deal so this doesn't happen...
The New Jersey Devils have re-signed defenseman Bryce Salvador to a three-year contract worth $9.5 million, according to TSN. Salvador, 36, missed the entire 2010-2011 season with a concussion, but played in all 82 regular-season games this past season. Although Salvador had no goals and nine assists during the 2011-2012 regular season, he played a major role in New Jersey...
Defenseman Bryce Salvador, a key cog in New Jersey's run to the Stanley Cup Final, re-signed with the Devils on Tuesday.
Salvador, 36, who had four goals and 14 points in the postseason after a regular season in which he failed to find the net once, received a three-year deal, worth $9.5 million.
Teamed up with Marek Zidlicky, a midseason acquisition from Minnesota, Salvador...
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July 03, 2012
from Tom Gulitti of Fire & Ice, Defenseman Bryce Salvador would like to remain a Devil, but understands that he’ll have to wait his turn while general manager Lou Lamoreillo figures out what’s going on with captain Zach Parise and goaltender Martin Brodeur.
At the same time, though, Salvador is less than 48 hours away from being able to field offers as an unrestricted free...
The Stanley Cup playoffs usually produce a couple of unlikely heroes. Count New Jersey veteran defenseman Bryce Salvador as one.
Stuck without a goal in the regular season, Salvador has discovered a postseason scoring touch, and has been a key cog in helping the Devils reach the Eastern Conference finals for the first time since 2003.
After missing last season with an inner-ear...
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May 10, 2012
The New Jersey Devils turned up the heat and scored four third period goals to tie the Philadelphia Flyers in the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at one game apiece. The four unanswered goals led to a 4-1 victory after sloppy play in the first period.
The Devils now drive up the Jersey Turnpike to the friendly confines of the Prudential Center— taking away the Flyers home ice...