Jamie Langenbrunner

Schwei: Devils Sights Set On Franchise's 4th Stanley Cup In 5 TriesThe 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.
Hartnett: Devils Are Back Where They BelongA new generation of Devils have lived up to the organization's proud standard by reaching their first Stanley Cup Finals since 2003.
Hartnett: The Time Is Right For Ryan Callahan To Lead The RangersAt 26, Ryan Callahan has been given the honor of captaining the New York Rangers. He's at the right time in his career to lead the Blueshirts.
Keefe To The City: More NHL Trade TalkWe are one day closer to the Monday’s NHL trade deadline. Brian Monzo joined me to continue our running dialogue on the deadline.
Schwei On Ice: Devils SurgingThe Devils have gone 15-1-2 since the mid-way point of their 2010-11 season. The only better stretch of this length or more in franchise history came at the end of 2000-01.
Devils Lost 2-1 To Flyers In PhiladelphiaJames van Riemsdyk and Danny Briere each scored, and Brian Boucher stopped 34 shots to lead the Philadelphia Flyers to a 2-1 win over the New Jersey Devils on Saturday.
Dealing With The Devils: Shaking It UpAs the season has progressed for the Devils, they’ve seen their play and subsequently their results slip from bad to worse to holy crap someone please make this season end already.
Devils Trade Langenbrunner Back To StarsVeteran winger Jamie Langenbrunner is returning to Dallas after the New Jersey Devils traded their captain to the Pacific Division-leading Stars.
Devils' Lamoriello: 'I Despise The Word Rebuilding'Although he traded his captain, Jamie Langenbrunner, to the Dallas Stars for a conditional second-round draft pick on Friday, New Jersey Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello dismissed talk that the last-place team is in a rebuilding phase.
Dealing With The Devils: Johnny Mac Gets The AxThere are those of us - myself included - who will tell you that coaching has not been the issue with this team. But 9 wins in 33 games demands that somebody be held accountable.
Lamoriello On The Fan: Changes Had To Be MadeJohn MacLean's short run as Devils head coach has come to an end. Jacques Lemaire will take over head coaching duties for New Jersey.
Dealing With The Devils: Losing ItSince we have already established that hopes of making the playoffs this year are all but extinguished, the Devils have some soul searching to do here.