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  1. Sather wishes Holik would button it

    For the first time in years Holik says the truth. And now he gets criticised for it. I don't get it.
  2. Devils expect Jamie to return this week

    That's good news. With Langie back, we can go hunting Flyers and capture the 1st place in the Atlantic. Because that's were we belong!!!
  3. Audette

    Nice names for Igor, guys I can rarely see the Devils play, but is Igor really that bad? He had a great career so far. And now is nothing left of his skills? Can't belive it.
  4. Question about a jersey

    Can anyone tell me something about this jersey: Is this really a rare PO-Jersey? Thx for the answers!
  5. Question about a jersey

    Thx for the quick answer. And I thought, this jersey was the original home jersey: edit: Oh, it's the same. But the color on the ebay jersey looks black instead of green. That was my mistake. Thx again.
  6. Brodeur & Messier McFarelane 2-Pack

    Here is the brand new Stevens & Lindros McFarelane 2-Pack. A must for every Devils-Fan.
  7. Question about a jersey

    A guy is selling a devils jersey via ebay, but i have never seen a jersey like this before. Is this an old devils jersey? If yes, from which year? http://cgi.ebay.de/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewIt...&category=34783 thx for your help!
  8. DEVILS vs CAPS 1/17

  9. DEVILS vs CAPS 1/17

    I can't wait for the opening face-off, because this game is live on german tv. Hurray!! LET'S GO DEVILS !!!
  10. Igor has left the building

    Whatever he wants. I don't care. He didn't bring much to the Team, so have a nice life, Igor.
  11. Zach Parise Update...

    Parise leads WJC scoring Hockey'sFuture.com Written by Simon Richard on 01/01/2004 Zach Parise is firing on all cylinders at the 2004 WJC. After the first four games, he leads in scoring with 6 goals and 5 assists for 11 points. "Zach has been our leader so far," said USA coach Mike Eaves in a visit to the Helsinki Arena January 1st. "He plays on every situation, five-on-five, power plays, penalty killing. The way he leads the group probably explains why we are 4-0 at this point," added Eaves. The coach of the American team is not unfamiliar with the Finnish setting. In the 1990?s, he coached Helsinki HIFK, a team of the SM LIGA whose home ice is the same where the WJC is played in Helsinki. Eaves is very enthusiastic when he is asked to talk about Parise. "His legs are moving, he knows how to score goals and he understands the sense of the game. When you put all those three things together, you have a pretty nice whole package," commented Eaves. When asked to make a comparison, New Jersey Devil Scott Gomez is the name that immediately came to Eaves mind. "Both are about the same size, have a lot of skills, are fast hockey players and have the same tools." Eaves knows Zach?s father Jean-Paul pretty well because he was one of the assistant coaches when he played for the Minnesota North Stars. Jean-Paul was a checker and a plugger, which he recognized himself, according to Eaves. "Zach is definitively not that," said Eaves. "He has a lot more," specifying that it was no offense to Jean-Paul. About Zach?s future in NHL, Eaves said that there are players about Zach?s size who have success in the NHL. "Going in the right organization and given a right chance he will have the opportunity to demonstrate he can and does deserve to play in NHL," concluded Eaves. Can't wait to see this guy in a Devils Shirt! B)
  12. The Spengler Cup

    I read this nickname in a few other boards, even in some german boards. I guess you had a great influence on the other devils fans.
  13. The Spengler Cup

    The Spengler Cup is a historic Tournament in Europe. It started in 1923. Every Year between Chrismas and New Year the strongest European Club Teams compete for the Spengler Cup. The starting Teams are usual the AC Davos, as the organizer, a skandinavian Team (mostly from Sweden or Finland), an Eastern European Team (Russia, the Czech Republic, ...) and a central European Team (France, Germany, ...). The starting teams are always the active champion of their country, with the exception of the AC Davos. In the early 80's they start to invite a Canadian Team to break the superiority of the Eastern European Teams. The winner between 1965 und 1983 always came from Russia or the Czech Republic. The regular seasons in the countries are still continuing during the Spengler Cup. So most teams invite guest players to minimize the stress for their regular players. This is the reason for the weird mix of players. And this tournament is also a stage for young players to prove themselves. A lot of NHL scouts are watching the games. I hope, i gave you an understanding of the Spengler Cup. You can also get informations on their homepage: www.spenglercup.ch. It's available in english, so you don't have to understand german. Btw, I just found your board and it's nice. A lot of active users and tons of information about the Devils. This is great!! Because it's hard to find news about your favorite NHL Team in Germany. But it's getting better every year. Guess i will frequently watch this board from now on. Have a happy new year!