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    THE NEW JERSEY DEVILS OF COURSE! :)<br />Video Games (xbox, playstation, nintendo...I love them all!!)

    Bring it on Tampa!!!! LETS GO DEVILS!!
  2. Postseason Lines??

    I'd say if he (Clarkson) keeps playing the way he does, maybe within the next year or two he'd get a spot like Parise. Although, I'd probably put Rasmussen in Clarkson's space just because of experience.
  3. Postseason Lines??

    It should really look something like this... Elias-Gomez-Gionta Parise-Zajac-Lagenbrunner Pandolfo-Madden-Brylin Rupp-Dowd-Clarkson Rafalski-White Martin-Oduya Matvichuk-Lukowich ^ (just guessing on those for D) God Clemmenson Fixed
  4. Rock seating prices

    The Upper level is where I'll be ending up at. The views shouldn't be too bad depending on where you get a seat.
  5. Fischler blog 01/17/07

    Interesting write up. I've also been curious since Marty was selected for the all-star game if he is going to rest thursday night or not. But, that's up to him of course. I would also agree that Oduya would rest and get as much rest as possible so when he comes back he is %100 like White was when he came back. Not sure what to think about Rasmussen yet.
  6. Brodeur, Devils blank Canadiens

    Brodeur, Devils blank Canadiens http://sports.yahoo.com/nhl/recap;_ylt=Aql...710&prov=ap Yahoo! Sports MONTREAL (AP) -- For the second day in a row, the surging New Jersey Devils were solid from their superstar goalie on out to cap a very successful weekend in Canada. Martin Brodeur made 28 saves for his NHL-leading seventh shutout of the season and Brian Gionta scored twice, lifting New Jersey to a 3-0 win over the Montreal Canadiens on Sunday. Mike Rupp scored his third goal 2:21 in, and Scott Gomez and Brian Rafalski each had two assists for the Devils, who have won three in a row, including a 3-2 win in Ottawa on Saturday. "It's huge. Things are so tight still," Gionta said. "We're just trying to gain some ground and we played two good teams, so to win back-to-back on the road is pretty good." New Jersey, which moved six points ahead of the New York Rangers atop the Atlantic Division, has won six games while remaining undefeated in regulation in its last seven (6-0-1). "We've learned to play with each other and we have faith in what our coaches are trying to accomplish," Brodeur said. "There's good chemistry in the lines and everyone is getting their game together." Brodeur, who leads the league with 25 wins, is third in career shutouts with 87. He trails George Hainsworth (94) and Terry Sawchuck (103). "I've always said that we've got the best goaltender in the league and he's proven that over the years," coach Claude Julien said. "He's a great team player, he's a great leader in our dressing room, and he's very modest with everything he does and I think that's probably the key to his success right now." Gionta, who scored late in the first to put New Jersey up 2-0, got his second of the game -- his team-leading 19th -- on a power play 12:47 into the third. Devils defenseman Brad Lukowich needed several stitches to close a gash over his right eye after he was struck by Michael Ryder's high stick, which resulted in a double minor to the Canadiens right wing that led to Gionta's second goal. Montreal lost three in a row for the first time this season. Canadiens captain Saku Koivu and rookie Guillaume Latendresse returned to the lineup after missing Saturday's 4-3 loss to the New York Rangers because of the flu. Center Tomas Plekanec -- who scored his third goal in three games the day before -- didn't dress Sunday, the latest victim of the virus that has sickened a number of Montreal players since Thursday's 5-1 loss in Washington. "I can't say percentage-wise how much of the losses are because of the flu," Koivu said. "In Washington, a couple of guys were vomiting on the bench and it's been going on for a few days where guys have been playing sick. But this was really similar to the last couple of games against them. They'd score a couple and then shut us down." Cristobal Huet stopped 34 shots for the Canadiens, who had lost consecutive games in regulation only once this season prior to their current losing streak, which head coach Guy Carbonneau noted has come about while a number of his key players have been under the weather. "Hopefully it's over. We'll turn the page and move on," said Carbonneau, a star defensive forward during a 19-season career between 1980-2000. "It's the worst I've seen in all my years. Having three games in four nights didn't help either because there was no time to recuperate." Notes The Devils have won seven straight against the Canadiens, who haven't beaten New Jersey since a 3-2 win in Montreal on March 20, 2004. ... Julien, who was fired and replaced behind the Canadiens bench by GM Bob Gainey just under one year ago, has won each of the three games he has coached against his former team this season. ... New Jersey has taken 18 of a possible 22 points (8-1-2) in its last 11 games. ... Canadiens C Radek Bonk was sidelined by a jaw injury after he was struck by a puck during Saturday's game.
  7. OGT: Devils at Montreal Canadiens 1/7/07 3PM

    Yea, nice win by the Devils, but it sure was unfortunate about the flu-ridden Habs. Maybe they all got the flu so they didn't have to play against our boring Devils? Congrats to Marty's 87th SO! I think I saw one interesting stat on TSN that said Marty has 7 SOs in his career against the Habs? Didn't know that.
  8. Hello from SoCal

    Welcome. I like your avatar by the way.
  9. OGT: Devils at Montreal Canadiens 1/7/07 3PM

    Nice work on the GDT msweet. LET'S GO DEVILS! Thank god I'll be able to watch this game as I missed most of yesterday's because of work, and only caught the 3rd period.
  10. I thought the arena was only meant for the Devils and that it? No basketball since what team would play in it except for college teams? I could understand concerts, but I always thought this new arena was for the Devils only.
  11. OGT: Islanders @ DEVILS 7:30pm

    It wasn't about Oduya, at least I don't think he was alluding to that. He was telling a story, something about him having a sore thumb and having to wait for all the serious injuries in the hospital before the doctor came to him to take care of his thumb. I really hope Oduya isn't hurt that badly. Interesting win, but we let in way too many shots. Parise continues to play smart and with heart. The kid never ceases to amaze me every night. I was really pulling for him to get the hat trick, he'll get one eventually. One thing I don't understand. When Parise was coming down the ice, I think in the 3rd, why did DP fly out that far towards the blue line? Couldn't he just have stayed in the crease? Sometimes, I think DP gets a little too crazy with how he wants to handle the puck.
  12. OGT: Islanders @ DEVILS 7:30pm

    Let's go Devils, let's pick it up after that disappointing loss to the Rags. LETS GO DEVILS!!!
  13. OGT: Rangers @ Devils 1/2/07 7:30pm

    This was an annoying loss. Also disappointing to see Elias' poor play. I thought we faired well in the first, and then everything started to go downhill halfway through the second. The Rangers, as the annoying bastards they are, got the better of us. I only wish Marty didn't give up so much on the shootout. I now wish we had OT instead of shootouts.
  14. OGT: Rangers @ Devils 1/2/07 7:30pm

    Let's Go Devils!!! Be god tonight Marty!
  15. Devils vs. Islanders, 12/30, 7:00 PM

    Well, true maybe I exaggerated a bit, . He did look like White out there. Yea, this definitely revs up a small bit of a rivalry in the sense and I think this would be more exciting then Devs vs. Rangers. I really hope the next game takes this up a notch.