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January 31, 2010
Devils fall to Kings, 3-2
NEWARK, N.J. -- Wayne Simmonds and Drew Doughty scored in the final 1:46 and the Los Angeles Kings won their sixth straight game, 3-2 over the New Jersey Devils on today. The winning streak is the Kings' longest since also winning six straight in 2002. Michal Handzus also...
Brodeur glad to be Devs' Iron Man
Glenn Hall's incredible record of 502 straight complete games for Detroit and Chicago in the 1950s and '60s is safe, but Martin Brodeur said he'd like to play all 82 some season. "Definitely. If they would give me the opportunity, I definitely would," said Brodeur, who is expected...
January 30, 2010
Zajac buys a victory
Jacques Lemaire's inspired shuffling produced magic. Then, he nearly overcoached himself out of victory last night. The Devils can lose all by themselves these days, thanks very much. Lemaire shifted Dainius Zubrus to the right side of Travis Zajac and Zach Parise, and they erupted for three goals before...
January 29, 2010
Zajac scores in OT, Devils beat Maple Leafs 5-4
Travis Zajac scored at 4:14 of overtime to give the New Jersey Devils a 5-4 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs on Friday night. After assisting on three goals in regulation, Zajac fired a shot from the top of the right circle that beat Vesa Toskala. Zach Parise set...
Devils' Martin holding out hope for Olympics
The timing is tight with no room for another setback, but Devils defenseman Paul Martin said he believes he can return from his broken arm in time to play for Team USA in the Olympics. "I'm optimistic. I have faith," Martin told The Post yesterday. "I know it's...
January 28, 2010
Devils thirst for punch
BUFFALO -- The offensively challenged Devils continued their recent slide, losing a 2-1 decision to the Sabres after last night's shootout loss. Brian Rolston scored, and Martin Brodeur made 30 saves for the Devils (34-16-2), who have scored just 12 times during an eight-game stretch in which they've...
January 27, 2010
Buffalo beats Devils in shootout
Jason Pominville and Jochen Hecht scored shootout goals and the Buffalo Sabres snapped a four-game winless streak with a 2-1 victory over the slumping New Jersey Devils on Wednesday night. Adam Mair scored in regulation, and Ryan Miller finished with 39 saves for Buffalo (31-14-7), which returned home after a...
Bad night for Marty in Ottawa
OTTAWA -- Not even the great Martin Brodeur was able to match Brian Elliott, who is playing as well as any goalie in the NHL right now. Elliott earned his third shutout and Alex Kovalev, Milan Michalek and Jason Spezza scored, as the Senators extended their winning streak to seven...
January 26, 2010
Senators shut out Devils, extend win streak to 7
Brian Elliott earned his third shutout, Alex Kovalev, Milan Michalek and Jason Spezza scored, and the Ottawa Senators extended their winning streak to seven games with a 3-0 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Tuesday night. Elliott, named the NHL's First Star of the Week on Monday, made...
Zubrus rushes back to lineup
Time will tell, and quickly, if Dainius Zubrus' one-practice comeback is hurried, regrettable folly. With the Olympics-compressed schedule prompting his now-or-never decision, the Devils forward joined the team yesterday for his first full practice since cracking his right kneecap on Nov. 19. After viewing Zubrus' stiff-legged and slow skating, coach...
January 25, 2010
Devs' Zubrus may be out until March
If it seems the Devils haven't had a full, healthy lineup yet this season, it's because they haven't. Not for one game. It's not likely to happen until after the Olympics, if then. The one long-termer who is at least skating, Dainius Zubrus, told The Post...
January 24, 2010
Salvador, Devs end Isles' streak
There's still life in the Devils who are still standing. There are still lessons for the blossoming Islanders to learn. The Devils didn't solve their injury and scoring woes, but because of them, last night's 4-2 comeback victory at Nassau Coliseum is a major accomplishment. For the...
January 23, 2010
Devils get dropped, now they might shop
The trade market finally is open, but these Devils need not worry. They're safe unless someone wants players who don't score. They Devils have managed 10 regulation goals, including an empty-netter, in their past eight games. Even with Martin Brodeur in net, that's a losing formula. After...
January 22, 2010
Gionta ready to face off vs. Devils in new jersey
Brian Gionta liked New Jersey, liked playing for the Devils and he certainly liked the Stanley Cup he won with them as a 24-year-old in 2002-03. Yet, the money from Montreal was too good this offseason -- the free-agent deal of $25 million over five years just too much for...
January 21, 2010
Whole lot of nothin' by Marty
The Jersey Juggernaut reopened for business, and put the emphasis on naught. Their magical season starting to unravel, the Devils reverted to their fundamental identity, the shut-down, defensive style so many loathe -- especially the opponents they beat that way. As usual, it worked wonders. They banked on Martin Brodeur...
January 20, 2010
Brodeur makes 22 saves, Devils beat Panthers 2-0
Martin Brodeur made 22 saves for his 108th NHL shutout and Travis Zajac scored the winning goal late in the second period as the New Jersey Devils snapped a three-game losing streak with a 2-0 victory over the Florida Panthers on Wednesday night. Dean McAmmond added an short-handed, empty-net goal...
Concussion puts Devs' Elias on IR
There's no debate this time, and it's clearly going to imperil Patrik Elias' Czech Olympic captaincy. The Devils' all-time leading scorer was diagnosed yesterday with concussion symptoms, the result of an open-ice hit in Denver Saturday. "He's doing fine. He saw a specialist, and he won't...
January 19, 2010
Devils' Elias has concussion symptoms
There's no debate this time, and it's clearly going to imperil Patrik Elias' Czech Olympic captaincy. The Devils' all-time leading scorer was diagnosed yesterday with concussion symptoms, the result of an open-ice hit in Denver on Saturday. "He's doing fine. He saw a specialist, and he won...
Devils have tired look
Devils coach Jacques Lemaire blamed the beating on fatigue. It can look that way when your team is a step slower. "We definitely looked tired," Lemaire said after his Jersey Juggernaut lost a third straight game in regulation for the first time this season, yesterday's 4-0 debacle to the...
January 18, 2010
Coach says Devils need rest
Jacques Lemaire blamed the beating on fatigue. It can look that way when your team is a step slower. "We definitely looked tired," the Devils coach said after his Jersey Juggernaut lost a third straight in regulation for the first time this season, a 4-0 debacle at Nassau Coliseum the...
DiPietro, Islanders shut out Devils, 4-0
Rick DiPietro made 20 saves for his first shutout in almost two years and Matt Moulson scored twice, leading the Islanders to a 4-0 win over the New Jersey Devils on Monday. It was Moulsonís third multigoal game this season. Mark Streit and Josh Bailey also had goals for...
Devils' Lamoriello: Elias needs rest, but not concussed
The Devils have a bad rep -- they'd say rap -- on concussions, like the one they're not saying franchise-record scorer Patrik Elias has suffered. Their history has a few blots, such as the concussion Oleg Tverdovsky tried to play through while the Devils called his ailment flu-like...
Lamoriello: Elias needs rest, but not concussed
The Devils have a bad rep -- they'd say rap -- on concussions, like the one they're not saying franchise-record scorer Patrik Elias has suffered. Their history has a few blots, such as the concussion Oleg Tverdovsky tried to play through while the Devils called his ailment flu-like...
January 17, 2010
Avalanche bash Devils and Elias
DENVER -- The Devils lost their second straight game for the first time since November, and may have lost Patrik Elias as well. Elias left the Devils' 3-1 defeat to the Avalanche yesterday with an apparent shoulder injury after being checked high by Colorado defenseman Ryan Wilson with 38 seconds...

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