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September 30, 2008
DEVILS' ZUBRUS READY TO SHOW HE'S WORTH IT
The contract was always the issue, Dainius Zubrus' free agent $3.4 million (five years) exceeding the salaries last season of John Madden, Jay Pandolfo, Paul Martin, Jamie Langenbrunner or Zach Parise. Some called him Zubust last year (13 goals)...
September 29, 2008
DEVILS KEEP BRODEUR ON ICE
Brent Sutter said yesterday that Kevin Weekes would get the start tonight in goal when the Devils host the Capitals, meaning Martin Brodeur will have to wait to play his first full preseason game. He can wait. "I know what to expect by now,"...
September 28, 2008
DEVILS ROOKIE VRANA MAKING MARK
There's no vacant place to put him, but if Petr Vrana keeps playing the way he has in preseason, the Devils will have to find one. Vrana has been the most impressive rookie in the Devils' three preseason games. "That was his best game," coach...
September 27, 2008
DEV ITCHIN' FOR A FIGHT
The Devils' captain must be feeling better. He had a scrap with teammate Dainius Zubrus during practice yesterday. "I'm turning over a new leaf," Jamie Langenbrunner said. "You're going to see me fight a lot more this season." He won't be...
September 26, 2008
DEVILS ROUNDING OUT FINAL ROSTER
With training camp winding down, and the regular season starting Oct. 10, now is the time for some Devils to show they belong on the ice in New Jersey as opposed to Lowell, the AHL affiliate of the team, to start the season. Coach Brent Sutter said...
September 24, 2008
DEVILS' MADDEN ISN'T READY FOR RANGERS
This Devils' VIP, very important player, approaches exhibition games with relish. Jumping into preseason against the Rangers tonight in Newark slathers on the mustard. "We're looking to turn things around this year. Last year, we weren't happy...
September 23, 2008
ZACK, DEVS ARE RIGHT ON THE MONEY
PHILADELPHIA - Still two seasons from the sort of salary his performance commands, Zack Parise resists grousing about being the league's lowest-paid team leading scorer among non-capped vets. "It's hard to complain when you're making [$2.5...
September 22, 2008
DEVILS CENTER HOPES ON ROLSTON'S RETURN
PHILADELPHIA - The Devils' latest bid to create a No. 1 center begins here tonight. In launching his second Devils go-round in their exhibition opener here, Brian Rolston returns to New Jersey with much greater responsibilities. Signed July 1 for...
September 20, 2008
REST NOT IN BRODEUR'S PLANS
Burnout, bah. Poised to become the winningest goalie of all time, Martin Brodeur plans to continue his remarkable workload. "I expect to play at least 70 games, for sure," Brodeur told The Post yesterday. "I don't plan on changing anything...
September 19, 2008
DEVILS GLAD ROLSTON'S BACK
There was a twinkle in Brent Sutter's eye, excitement in his voice. The former 100-point man said he thinks he has a new offensive weapon that provides top-line speed. "When you get a player like Brian Rolston, it changes things," the Devils'...
September 18, 2008
LOU REMAINS IN WHITE'S CORNER
Painful as it is, sometimes Lou Lamoriello deserves credit. He stuck by Colin White when cynical possibilities exist. Tomorrow is the ghastly anniversary of the day when a self-deflected, preseason practice puck struck White's right eye, leaving...
September 17, 2008
SUTTER: I'M NOT ANTI-EUROPEAN
With his world-wide prospects officially opening their bids for Devils jobs yesterday, coach Brent Sutter denied suggestions he leans toward North American players and away from Europeans. "That's nonsense. That's not true," Sutter told The Post...
September 9, 2008
MADDEN, GIONTA WAIT ON DEVILS
The re-signing window is already open, but the Devils have not started preventing it from becoming their too-familiar barn door out. Lou Lamoriello has yet to offer contract extensions to keep John Madden and Brian Gionta from unrestricted free...

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