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November 30, 2010
Wife of Burns robbed after funeral for former Devils coach
MONTREAL -- Someone broke into the car of Pat Burns' widow within hours of his funeral, Montreal police said Tuesday. Police said the thieves would have known whose belongings they were stealing when they ransacked Line Burns' car, taking about 30 autographed hockey sweaters from Burns' personal collection. "They went...
November 29, 2010
Devils attend funeral for former coach Burns
MONTREAL -- Pat Burns, who coached the New Jersey Devils to the 2003 Stanley Cup title, was remembered Monday for his booming voice, big heart and the ability to draw the most out of his players. Players, coaches and executives from across hockey gathered for his funeral. Burns died of...
November 28, 2010
Backup goalie keeping unpredictable Devils afloat
They bow to doormats and beat the best. The irrational, unpredictable Devils still possess a spark of life because Johan Hedberg is stopping pucks, somehow, some way, once more emphasizing the supremacy of goaltending in hockey. The Devils' offense, their supposed strength, remains in hibernation, managing two goals in their...
Devs could save season by dealing . . . Brodeur
Yesterday's victory over the Flyers that represented a 360 from Friday's folly on Long Island does not change Devils Surgeon General Lou Lamoriello's mandate going forward, for though his team went 3-1 last week, the GM's primary obligation is to conduct hockey triage the rest of...
November 27, 2010
Devils in shootout win over Flyers
Travis Zajac scored in the fourth round of a shootout today to give the New Jersey Devils a 2-1 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers. Johan Hedberg made fourth straight start in goal for New Jesey with Martin Brodeur sidelined with a bruised elbow. He had 40 saves through overtime. Adam...
Isles' skid-snapping win be-Devils MacLean
Laugh no longer at the Islanders, at least not first while the Devils are mentioned in the same breath. Losing so convincingly, comprehensively, humiliatingly to the league's worst at Nassau Coliseum yesterday surely puts coach John MacLean back on the hot seat should the Devils fall to the Flyers...
November 26, 2010
Tedenby big stick for Devils
For all they have spent on high-priced forwards, the irony is that a tiny rookie is leading the Devils out of their early-season disaster. With four points in the Devils' last three games, six points in his first seven NHL games, Mattias Tedenby has been what Ilya Kovalchuk was supposed...
November 25, 2010
Devils finally on a win streak
It was a hideous game, tryptophan on ice, yet to the Devils it was beautiful. They finally have a winning streak, which they'll try to stretch to three tomorrow afternoon at Nassau Coliseum. "We're trying to get our confidence back, which was really shattered," goalie Johan Hedberg said...
November 24, 2010
Hedberg stops 3 shootout shots in Devils' win
Johan Hedberg stopped all three shots in a shootout, and Ilya Kovalchuk scored the only goal as the New Jersey Devils beat the Calgary Flames 2-1 on Wednesday night for their first winning streak of the season. David Clarkson netted the Devils' only goal in regulation as New Jersey spoiled...
It might be deja boo for Sutter
The cheers Monday were for the late Pat Burns. Another ex-coach, Brent Sutter, may hear different sentiments tonight. The Devils simply hope the results will be the same. "It's irrelevant to me," Sutter said in considering he might be booed tonight when the Flames visit Newark. "People don't...
November 23, 2010
Devs' battle cry: Take that!
If it wasn't intervention, last night's stunning highlight of the Devils' season surely included inspiration. There were explanations galore for the Devils' dazzling eruption from the depths of despair last night -- flat Caps, tight defense, perfect goaltending, an overdue scoring explosion. They all coincided on the night...
November 22, 2010
Hedberg stops 30 shots as Devils blank Caps
Johan Hedberg made 30 saves for his 15th career shutout and the struggling New Jersey Devils stunned the NHL-leading Washington Capitals 5-0 on Monday night. Jason Arnott scored twice while rookie Mattias Tedenby and Patrik Elias each had a goal and an assist for the Devils, who snapped a three-game...
Devils will have moment of silence for Burns
The Devils will ask for a moment of silence and show a video tribute before Monday's game against the Capitals in Newark in memory of Pat Burns, their 2003 Stanley Cup coach who passed away Friday. A funeral Mass will be held next Monday at the Montreal cathedral for...
Fayne joins Devils' banged-up defense
If he makes his NHL debut tonight against the Caps in Newark, emergency recall Mark Fayne will become the Devils' 11th defenseman only 21 games into the season. The total becomes a baker's dozen when injured Bryce Salvador and Anssi Salmela, idled thus far, are added. All six of...
Devils near rock bottom
This train wreck just doesn't stop. Fresh from being swept on a three-game road trip, the Devils return to Newark tonight to face the league-leading Caps. Damage limitation might be in order. There are so many failures that have left the Devils 29th in the league at 5-13-2 in...
November 21, 2010
Under hard exterior, Burns had soft side
ST. LOUIS -- He was tough, gruff, and didn't suffer fools gladly. But in his last best chance to ever win a Stanley Cup and fulfill his lifetime dream, you learned everything you needed to know about Pat Burns. He put Ken Daneyko in the 2003 finals Game 7...
Devils complete winless road trip
ST. LOUIS -- Grasping at anything that looks like a lifeline, the drowning Devils played the hometown angle with goalie Mike McKenna's first start for New Jersey. That didn't work, either. Disbanding isn't an option, and with all their no-trades, a worthwhile deal looks improbable and general...
November 20, 2010
Slumping Devils bounced by Blues, 3-2
ST. LOUIS — Brad Winchester scored the winning goal 5:15 in the third period and Jaroslav Halak stopped 35 shots to lift the St. Louis Blues to a 3-2 victory over the slumping New Jersey Devils tonight. Alex Pietrangelo and Eric Brewer also scored and Matt D'Agostini had two...
Former Devils coach dies
Hockey is mourning former Devils coach Pat Burns, the last to lead New Jersey to a Stanley Cup, who died in Sherbrooke, Quebec, yesterday at age 58 after a six-year battle with cancer. The only-ever three-time NHL Coach of the Year, Burns ran the bench for the Canadiens, Maple Leafs...
Lou says MacLean not Devils' problem
ST. LOUIS -- Save the axe for the turkey. With his ominous 20-game Devils evaluation looming, Lou Lamoriello has absolved John MacLean and his staff. "There is no problem with the coaching," the Devils' general manager told The Post. "Right now, what has to happen is our best players have...
November 19, 2010
Former Devils coach Burns dies
Pat Burns, who coached the Devils to the 2003 Stanley Cup died Friday from cancer in Sherbrooke, Quebec. He was 58. “On behalf of the ownership, management, staff, and players of the New Jersey Devils, we are all deeply saddened by the loss of Pat Burns,” Lou Lamoriello said in...
Devils feel Brodeur's pain
TORONTO -- While the Devils called a players' meeting to save their sinking season, Martin Brodeur is calling his doctor and heading to New Jersey to heal his ailing right elbow. Brodeur, who missed 50 games two seasons ago from left elbow surgery, said he may sit out until he...
November 18, 2010
MacLean may be on firing line
TORONTO -- It wouldn't be fair, but should the Devils lose here tonight, that would be about the only remaining reason John MacLean might avoid the looming axe. But everyone knows life isn't fair. If they can't beat the dogmeat Leafs, who snapped an eight-game losing streak...
November 17, 2010
Devs' Taormina sidelined
The Post has learned that rookie defenseman Matt Taormina will miss the remaining two games of the Devils' road trip with what has been diagnosed as a sprained left ankle. Taormina's status is considered "day-to-day," but he will not accompany the team to Toronto tomorrow nor St. Louis Saturday...
November 16, 2010
Back-to-back wins remain elusive
BOSTON -- These are the Devils. Really. At least until they prove they aren't. Their one step forward in an overtime win Friday against the Oilers proved only prelude to another pratfall. They were blanked 3-0 by the Bruins last night, and there were few reasons to dispute the...

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