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October 31, 2008
PARISE ON 'STREAK' TO STARDOM
Nearly lost in their third straight loss was the brightest shining light of the Devils' season - the continuing rise to stardom of Zach Parise. Parise is the long-delayed payoff from one of Lou Lamoriello's long-odds pit bull obsessions - St...
October 30, 2008
DEVS BETRAY BRODEUR IN LOSS
In all 15 of his regular seasons, Martin Brodeur never faced this many shots. The Devils feel lucky he stopped 43 of the record 48 to salvage a charity point. It was only appropriate that this shootout of a game went to the other kind of shootout...
October 29, 2008
KIDS' NIGHT FOR DEVILS
The Devils need their latest call-ups to be more than awestruck visitors. They need them to help prevent their first minor losing streak of the season from turning into something serious. One of their earlier injury replacements, Pierre-Luc...
October 28, 2008
DEVILS' CAPTAIN IMPROVING
Jamie Langenbrunner couldn't practice for the Devils yesterday, saying he "wasn't good enough to skate yet." The captain, believed to be suffering from a charley horse, missed Saturday's game against the Flyers. He was improving and did some bike...
October 26, 2008
DEVS FALL AFTER PUNK PHILLY FAN'S SMOKY STUNT
PHILADELPHIA - A hostile crowd is the accepted burden of a pro athlete. Having to play under attack from a flaming missile tossed out of the stands is not part of the contract. This one - possibly a road flare of the kind used during highway...
October 25, 2008
LARRY STAYS TRUE TO DEVS
It used to be the ambitious, upstart Devils who would mine the legendary Canadiens legacy: Jacques Lemaire, Stephane Richer, Claude Lemieux, Lyle Odelein. That river is running the other way, now. Sources say the Habs, now celebrating their 100th...
DEVS LOSE GAME ... MAYBE CAPTAIN
The Devils can only hope they didn't lose another key forward for today while they were losing so much else last night. Captain Jamie Langenbrunner said he'll try to play in today's 4 p.m. rematch in Philly after leaving last night's 6-3 loss to...
October 24, 2008
RE-SIGNING MADDEN VITAL FOR DEVS
They're watching, they like what they see, and they hope Lou Lamoriello fails to do anything about it, again. "They" are scouts from around the league, and they see vital Devil John Madden performing preventative surgery on opposing offenses on a...
October 23, 2008
DEVILS, BRODEUR WALLOP STARS
As much as they could, six months later, the Devils shut up Sean Avery by shutout. Do not doubt that it was important to them. "He made a mockery of our goalie and team last year, a little. I don't think that's ever going to happen again," Devils...
CLAUDE: I'D TOP SEAN AS BIGGEST RINK FINK
LET the record show that Sean Avery and Claude Lemieux played against one another twice in the NHL, once in 2001-02 and once in 2002-03 when Avery competed for the Red Wings and Lemieux for the Coyotes. That was before Avery became who and what he...
NO JERSEY JUSTICE FOR SEAN
THEY got their two points, they did what they had to do, they retained their focus, they spoke in almost universally bland hockey cliches, and what the Devils also did was allow Sean Avery to skate out of Newark unscathed last night, even if his...
October 22, 2008
DEVILS TAKE AIM AT STARS, AVERY
Actually calling nemesis Sean Avery by name, last name, Martin Brodeur told The Post that "The Pest," shut up so far, won't put up tonight. "What's he going to do? He's not going to fight anybody," Brodeur said yesterday. "That's the type of...
October 21, 2008
DEVS BULK UP WITH LEBLOND
Bobby Holik is now out for up to a month with a broken pinky and Brian Rolston remains sidelined with a high ankle sprain. The absence of both forwards forced the Devils to make a move, and yesterday they called up enforcer Pierre-Luc Leblond...
October 19, 2008
HOLIK HURT AS DEVILS' OFFENSE HEATS UP IN DC
WASHINGTON - A second straight road victory, a second straight injured Devils signee. The Devils finally scored more than twice, completing a 3-1 road swing with a comeback 4-3 shootout triumph over the Caps here last night. But again, victory was...
October 18, 2008
LOSS OF ROLSTON A WORRY FOR DEVS
WASHINGTON - Hoping for the best, the Devils are more realistically bracing for the worst on Brian Rolston's sprained right ankle. "It depends how quickly he heals. It could be a few days, a few weeks, it could be a month. I don't know," coach...
October 17, 2008
BRODEUR NOTCHES 97TH CAREER SHUTOUT
ATLANTA - It was a goaltending masterpiece, but Martin Brodeur's first shutout of the season was tempered by the high ankle sprain suffered by last night's only scorer, the Devils' most-expensive-ever free agent signing. "We'll see how it comes...
BRODEUR NOTCHES 97TH CAREER SHUTOUT
ATLANTA - It was a goaltending masterpiece, but Martin Brodeur's first shutout of the season was tempered by the high ankle sprain suffered by last night's only scorer, the Devils' most-expensive-ever free agent signing. "We'll see how it comes...
October 16, 2008
'POWER' OUTAGE IS REAL DEVIL DOWNER
Devils head coach Brent Sutter thinks his power-play unit is trying to be too perfect. Maybe that's why it's struggling. The 2-1 Devils travel to Atlanta tonight to face the Thrashers in the third contest of a four-game road trip (7 p.m.; MSG...
October 14, 2008
DEATH OF NY PROSPECT SHOCKS DEVS
The Devils' hearts went out to the family of Rangers first-rounder Alexei Cherepanov - especially the one that was recently repaired. "It gives you a whole new perspective on life," said Devils' winger Barry Tallackson, who underwent surgery last...

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