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Devils' Brodeur is an ageless wonder
CLAUDE GIROUX remembers his first goal against Martin Brodeur as a little different than the 113 others he has scored in his 398-game NHL career.
In Lou We Trust
Lost in Their Own End: New Jersey Devils Beaten Down by Detroit Red Wings 7-4
Only one of seven goals allowed. Note: this was the first goal of the game and Schneider didn't see this one thanks in part to Gustav Nyquist - Rick Osentoski-USA TODAY Sports The New Jersey Devils were out-attempted, out-controlled, and largely lost in their own end of the rink in a 7-4 loss to the Detroit Red Wings.
New York Post
Martin Brodeur plays it straight as trade rumors swirl
You looked down at the ice for one final time watching to see if there would be anything different about the way Martin Brodeur would respond to this victory, watched to see if the goaltender would do anything special on his way to the locker room after being congratulated at the Rock by teammates named Mark Fayne, Jaromir Jagr and Stephen Gionta ... (more)
Pucks And Pitchforks
Olympic Comparison: New Jersey Devils In 2005-06
Feb 23, 2014; Sochi, RUSSIA; A general view of fireworks following the closing ceremony for the Sochi 2014 Olympic Winter Games at Fisht Olympic Stadium.
Schwei: Failing To Finish, Points - But Not Enough - And More Devils Notes
The New Jersey Devils continue to come away with points, having done so in 11 of their last 14 games , but the points they have let get away by failing to protect one-goal leads late in regulation may come back to haunt them should they narrowly miss the playoffs.