New Jersey is just 3-7-2 since Brodeur last played back on February 21st in Washington.
Patrik Elias holds nearly every record in Devils history, and he hasn’t suffered any decline in his game as his 37th birthday approaches.
Ilya Kovalchuk and the determined Devils have the fortitude needed to win the Atlantic and perhaps make another visit to the Stanley Cup finals.
The Devils have gone from the brink of being swept in four games to seizing the momentum due to their self-belief and even-keeled approach.
Some have pointed to a lack of effort as reason for the Devils’ impending demise, a theory I’m not buying.
New Jersey simply cannot match ammunition with a loaded Los Angeles Kings’ roster.
The Devils’ defensemen aren’t exactly household names but are finally getting credit for the job they’ve done to push New Jersey to the Stanley Cup Finals.
The 2012 Stanley Cup Finals might be the final hurrah in Martin Brodeur’s glorious career.
The unforeseen success of the Devils’ fourth line has given New Jersey newfound energy — and belief — as they look to close out the Eastern Conference finals.
After winning games 6 and 7 in overtime against the Florida Panthers, the Devils are moving on to the next round to face the Philadelphia Flyers.
Travis Zajac’s long road to full-health has finally paid off as he’s rediscovered his best play, scoring the overtime winner in Game 6.
Improved scoring depth is a key reason why the overlooked New Jersey Devils could sneak up and surprise everyone during the playoffs.
The Devils are 8-1-1 in their last 10 games, led by Martin Brodeur, who is now 7 and 1 with a 1.72 goals against average since the All-Star break.
The Devils have won four in a row since the NHL’s all-star break, thanks in great part to Kovalchuk.
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’ […]