Despite their long playoff drought, the Panthers’ roster has more former Stanley Cup winners than the Devils.
After missing the postseason last year, the Devils secured a playoff spot with their 5-0 win in Carolina this past Saturday — one of their latest “clinchers” ever.
With six games remaining in the regular season, the New Jersey Devils are six points away from clinching a spot in the postseason. And while one of their veteran goaltenders has been red-hot, the other has cooled off.
Ilya Kovalchuk scored his 400th NHL goal, and backup goalie Johan Hedberg made it stand up in the New Jersey Devils’ 1-0 victory over the Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night.
Playing at a consistently high level is difficult for any goaltender. It is especially demanding when a shock to their personal life can become more important than their duty to the team they represent.
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.
The New Jersey Devils suffered a fourth consecutive loss at the hands of Evander Kane and the Winnipeg Jets.
The Devils have one November game remaining on their schedule and at 12-9-1 with 25 points, have already posted a better record through the NHL season’s first two months than they did a year ago when they were 8-14-2 with 18 points entering December.
Petr Sykora scored and Johan Hedberg made 23 saves to earn his second shutout of the season and the 19th of his NHL career to lead the New Jersey Devils to a 1-0 win.
By John Schweibacher » More Columns Martin Brodeur picked up his first two road wins of the season this past week, with victories against Buffalo and Tampa Bay. Brodeur has started 168 of the Devils’ […]
Now before you go crazy and remind me that the Devils aren’t built to win games the same way the Washington Capitals do, you’re absolutely right.
Goaltender Martin Brodeur has been taken off injured reserve by the New Jersey Devils after being sidelined more than two weeks with a bruised right shoulder.
The Devils pulled off a surprise shutout victory over the Kings on Tuesday, causing some fans to voice their confidence. November match-ups against the Flyers, Capitals and Bruins could paint a clearer picture of the NJ’s progress.
While Dainius Zubrus and the New Jersey Devils ended the Los Angeles Kings’ franchise-record shutout streak, Johan Hedberg started one of his own.
The Devils conclude their stretch of six out of seven games against Western Conference opponents with games this week against the L.A. Kings, Phoenix Coyotes and Dallas Stars.