Jamie Langenbrunner

Martin Brodeur, Henrik Tallinder

Doomed Devils Still Disappointing Fans

To a man, the New Jersey Devils do not believe that they are as poor as their 4-10-2 record indicates.


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Dealing With The Devils: The $100 Million Headcase

At his current pace, Ilya Kovalchuk is on track to finish the year with a paltry 16 goals. To give you an idea of how disastrous that would be by his standards, consider that last year Kovalchuk notched his 16th goal by December 5th.


Vancouver Canucks' Roberto Luongo, left, stops New Jersey Devils' Jamie Langenbrunner during the second period of an NHL hockey game in Vancouver, B.C., on Monday Nov. 1, 2010. (AP Photo/The Canadian Press, Darryl Dyck)

Luongo, Canucks Blank Devils 3-0

A couple of good early scoring chances helped Vancouver goaltender Roberto Luongo get into the game. That was bad news for a New Jersey team already struggling to score.


Zach Parise

Devils’ Parise To Undergo Exploratory Surgery On Knee

If things weren’t bad enough, the struggling New Jersey Devils are going to be without high-scoring left wing Zach Parise for an undisclosed amount of time.


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Devils Look To Shake Off Sluggish Start

The New Jersey Devils have high-priced talent and one of the best goaltenders in history. That hasn’t translated into them looking like an Eastern Conference contender yet.


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Salary Cap Headaches For Talented, Expensive Teams

With a team salary cap number of $59.4 million for this season, only so many players can stick around.


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NHL Preview: Can The Local Teams Compete?

So, is there any hope? Can any of the three locals compete for a title like the Jets or Yankees or is this going to be a winter of bad ice chips in the metropolitan area?