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February 27, 2010
Checking in
The Post’s Dan Martin tracks yesterday’s best Olympic performances by Rangers, Devils and Islanders players. ZACH PARISE - Devils USA Continued to make a name for himself in Vancouver, adding a goal and an assist in the decisive first period, when the U.S. did all of its...
February 25, 2010
Checking in with Devils, Islanders in Vancouver
The Post’s Dan Martin tracks yesterday’s best Olympic performances by Rangers, Devils and Islanders. ZACH PARISE USA The Americans got 43 shots on Jonas Hiller, and Parise was the only one to beat the Swiss goalie. Parise pounced on a rebound of a Brian Rafalski shot on the...
February 22, 2010
Checking in with Devils and Rangers in Vancouver
The Post’s Dan Martin tracks yesterday’s best Olympic performances by Rangers, Devils and Islanders. JAMIE LANGENBRUNNER USA Langenbrunner scored the Americans’ key fourth goal, making it 4-2, in their 5-3 upset of Canada last night. He also assisted on the first goal, by Brian Rafalski. Langenbrunner, playing 19...
February 20, 2010
Checking in with Rangers and Devils in Vancouver
The Post’s Dan Martin tracks yesterday’s best Olympic performances by Rangers, Devils and Islanders: PATRIK ELIAS Czech Republic Helped seal the Czechs’ 5-2 win over Latvia last night with a shorthanded empty-netter after an assist earlier in the match. MARIAN GABORIK Slovakia The Rangers forward had six shots...
February 19, 2010
Checking in with Rangers and Devils in Vancouver
The Post’s Dan Martin tracks yesterday’s best Olympic performances by Rangers, Devils and Islanders: MARTIN BRODEUR Canada Brodeur wasn’t at his best, making 21 saves in regulation and overtime, as Canada saw a 2-0 lead disappear against Switzerland. But the Devils goalie found his form and stopped...
Favorites survive scare from Swiss
VANCOUVER -- Inside the Creekside Lounge on Howe Street, the expressions up and down the bar were eclectic and they spoke volumes: surprise. Shock. A little anger. A little more trepidation. And a whole lot of fear. Canada and Switzerland had played 60 minutes of deadlocked hockey. They had played...
February 18, 2010
Checking in with Rangers and Devils in Vancouver
The Post’s Dan Martin tracks yesterday’s best Olympic performances by Rangers, Devils and Islanders: HENRIK LUNDQVIST, Sweden After leading Sweden to gold in 2006 without recording a shutout, Lundqvist stopped all 21 shots he faced in a 2-0 win over Germany last night. Despite not getting much offensive...
February 16, 2010
Devs' time to refuel
The Devils will return a different team than the one that skidded into the Olympic break. Whether they'll be better depends on whether coach Jacques Lemaire can restrain himself and un-burn them out. They'll be better just for the returns from fractures of Paul Martin and David Clarkson...
February 14, 2010
Capt. Langenbrunner pushing Team USA to new ice miracle
Bronze, bah. Silver, so what? Team USA’s captain thinks his team can pull off the ultimate Olympic hockey miracle. Jamie Langenbrunner says he has no illusions, only ambitions for the red, white and blue squad that opens the Olympics Tuesday against Switzerland. “I’m going into the tournament expecting...
Marty shelled as Devils go down
RALEIGH, N.C. -- In his final game before joining Team Canada for the Olympics, Martin Brodeur lasted a little more than two periods, and that wasn't a good thing for the scuffling Devils. Brodeur was pulled early in the third period after surrendering his fourth goal and the...
February 13, 2010
Whitney leads Hurricanes past Devils, 5-2
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Ray Whitney scored two power-play goals in a minute in the second period, rookie goalie Justin Peters won his second game in two outings and the Carolina Hurricanes beat the New Jersey Devils 5-2 tonight. Jussi Jokinen also scored two goals, including an empty-netter, and Zach...
Big score for Devs' Big Shot
It was just one goal, the giveaway caps poured from the stands anyway. For finally connecting, but more for what those Devils fans hope is coming, it was Hats Off to the Big Shot. "Maybe next time, I'll get a real [hat trick]," Ilya Kovalchuk said after his first...
February 12, 2010
Kovalchuk scores to lead Devils past Predators
Ilya Kovalchuk made his first goal with the slumping Devils a big one, snapping a third-period tie to lead New Jersey to a 5-2 victory over the Nashville Predators on Friday night. Acquired in a blockbuster trade with Atlanta last week, Kovalchuk took a pass from Patrik Elias and beat...
Parise's a go for us squad
Everybody pulling for the U.S. hockey team in the Olympics, you can now take a big sigh of relief. Zach Parise, who was scratched for the Devils' 3-2 overtime loss to the Flyers on Wednesday with an undisclosed upper-body injury, will be just fine when he's set to...
February 11, 2010
Parise sits as reeling Devils fall to Flyers
It's not just a Devils' concern anymore. It's a national issue, and the U.S. Olympic team can breathe a sigh of relief that its top player, Zach Parise, doesn't believe the injury that sidelined him last night is a long-term pain in the neck. Despite that...
February 10, 2010
Gagne scores in overtime, Flyers beat Devils
Simon Gagne scored at 3:27 of overtime and the Philadelphia Flyers rallied once again to beat the New Jersey 3-2 on Wednesday night. Gagne had chances on a wraparound and a shot in close before beating Martin Brodeur with a shot from between the circles to give the Flyers...
Kovalchuk, scoreless as Devil, growing impatient
The Devils' Big Shot doesn't act like one. He just wishes he was scoring like one. Ilya Kovalchuk has yet to score his first goal as a Devil, zipped on 18 official shots in his first three games with New Jersey. He fired nine in Monday's 3-2 loss...
February 9, 2010
Collapse after scary injury to Salmela
PHILADELPHIA -- With their latest likely concussion case walking and talking, the discussion turned from Anssi Salmela's face-plant to the way the Devils crash after being dented. For the fifth straight game, the Devils last night gave up three straight goals, losing for the fourth time in that stretch...
February 8, 2010
Richards' goal leads Flyers past Devils 3-2
Mike Richards scored the go-ahead goal with less than eight minutes left in the third period, leading the Philadelphia Flyers to a 3-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils on Monday night. Richards pushed Kimmo Timonen's pass from behind the goal past Martin Brodeur, and Flyers goalie Michael Leighton...
With Kovalchuk, Devils have wing and prayer
PHILADELPHIA -- Perhaps Lou Lamoriello will pay Ilya Kovalchuk $10 million to score goals. He's already paying $5 million for a checking winger. Nobody can be this obstinate. If there is a shortage of left wings around the NHL, it is because the Devils are hoarding them, and then...
February 7, 2010
King Henrik rallies Rangers to skid-stopper
It was a night on which all the King's men played well, but let's face it, far more often that not the Rangers are Humpty Dumptys unless the King himself is at the top of his game. And that, friends, is just where Henrik Lundqvist was last night...
Ilya stands up to Avery, becomes real Devil
In only his second game with the Devils, the superstar Lou Lamoriello brought in to score goals scored even larger points with his new teammates -- and surely New Jersey fans when they learn this. By standing up for Martin Brodeur against Sean Avery in last night's 3-1 loss...

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