Martin Brodeur

Marty Brodeur: Next Season Is My Last Season

New Jersey Devils Hall of Fame goalie Marty Brodeur is getting ready to hang up the skates and blockers as he announced in an interview that the 2014-2015 will probably be his last. The only question is does he

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Devils’ Martin Brodeur Preparing For Last NHL Season

If Brodeur did come back for the 2014-15 season, most likely both parties would understand Schneider would

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Ilya Kovalchuk Back With The New Jersey Devils?

NHL RUMORS: Ilya Kovalchuk Devils superstar-turned-quitter Ilya Kovalchuk wants a redo in time for next season and is in talks with his former NHL club to return next season. I received word from very credible source based in NJ

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Jagr, Malhotra, Moore Are Masterson Memorial Trophy Finalists

Jaromir Jagr of the New Jersey Devils, Manny Malhotra of the Carolina Hurricanes and Dominic Moore

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Jagr Confirms Deal In Place To Stay With Devils

Jaromir Jagr has been very open about enjoying his time with the New Jersey Devils

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Devils’ Mark Fayne To Undergo 8-10 Weeks Of Rehab (Groin)

Mark Fayne will undergo rehab for a couple months due to a groin injury.

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Devils’ Brodeur: Playing Time Will Impact My Choice

After what likely was his last game as a New Jersey Devil, goaltender Martin Brodeur didn't have

Martin Brodeur

NHL: Brodeur Loses Potential Last Game In Shootout

Marty Brodeur’s time with the New Jersey Devils may be coming to an end and it’s going out with a whimper instead of a bang. The Devils are 0-13 in the shootout this year and the thirteenth loss is

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NHL: Jagr “Proud” of Devils

Jaromir Jagr has played on a lot of teams in his NHL career. He has always been a player honest about his team’s performance. So for him to say that he is proud of the New Jersey Devils’ play,

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Devils’ Jagr Sees Silver Lining In Playoffs Hopes

Leave it to Jaromir Jagr to find the silver lining in the New Jersey Devils’ dreary situation. With 10 games