The Los Angeles Kings have plenty of respect for the New Jersey Devils, as the two Stanley Cup Finalists share many qualities.
The New Jersey Devils are in the Stanley Cup Finals for the fifth time in team history, and they will attempt to capture their fourth championship as their series with the Los Angeles Kings begins on Wednesday night at Prudential Center.
Most of the talk about the Devils and their run to the Stanley Cup finals has focused on Martin Brodeur, Ilya Kovalchuk, Zach Parise and Peter DeBoer. The guy who tends to get lost in all the talk is Travis Zajac.
Peter DeBoer shook up the Devils’ forward lines and his players responded by dominating Game 4 and evening the Eastern Conference Finals.
John Tortorella doesn’t say much to the media. But when he does, the Rangers’ fiery head coach makes it count.
The Devils played the waiting game but are now ready to face the Rangers in the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Devils hope Claude Giroux has already played his last game of the season.
The Devils took Game 4 of the Eastern Conference semifinals and are a win away from reaching the Eastern Conference Finals.
Martin Brodeur stopped 24 shots for his 100th postseason win, and a three-goal first period was enough to help the New Jersey Devils spoil the Florida Panthers’ long-awaited return to the Stanley Cup playoffs in a 3-2 victory Friday night.
The Devils defeated the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday night, 3-1.
New Jersey Devils forward Dainius Zubrus issued a statement Saturday following the suspected suicide of a Ukrainian coach who mentored Zubrus as a teen.
The Devils continued their perfection after the All-Star break as they defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-2 on Sunday afternoon.
Kurtis Foster scored a pair of power-play goals, and the New Jersey Devils held on for a 6-4 victory over the Philadelphia Flyers on Saturday afternoon.
Patrik Elias scored the game-winning goal as the Devils defeated the Winnipeg Jets 2-1 on Saturday.
Adam Henrique begins the week second among NHL rookies with 32 points, second only to Edmonton’s Ryan Nugent-Hopkins, the number one overall pick in last year’s NHL Entry Draft.