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2010-2011 Referee Tracker

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Its that time of year again where we dust off the old skates, tape up our sticks, and the hockey bags only smell like low tide versus Staten Island. It also signals my yearly contribution to this board tracking the Devils record with certain referees. Again the disclaimer is that you need to allow trends to develop which means time. Second this isn't a "blame the referee" thread designed for typical fan gripes whether warrented or not. Its a tough job, we all know that some refs are better than others and that certain refs have styles that mesh with the Devils style and some that clash. And although they travel the entire league the NHL does regionalize referees which is why the Devils tend to see Paul Devorski & Stephen Walkom (Pennsylvania) and Chris Rooney (Boston) a lot.

2010-2011 SCHEDULE

PRESEASON

09/21 @ Philadelphia 4-3 L (OT/SO) (10-Devorski, 44-Banfield)

09/23 @ NY Rangers 4-3 L (OT) (5-Rooney, 36- Morton)

09/25 NY Rangers 5-4 L (OT) (10-Devorski, 41-Ciamaga)

09/28 Philadelphia 3-2 W (9-O'Rourke, 44-Banfield)

10/01 NY Islanders 4-3 W (25-Joannette, 46-Charron)

10/02 @ NY Islanders 2-1 L (18-Kimmerly, 44-Banfield)

OCTOBER (2-8-1)

10/08 Dallas 4-3 L (OT) VanMassenhoven-Joannette

10/09 @ Washington 7-2 L O'Halloran-Morton

10/11 Pittsburgh 3-1 L Rooney-Ciamaga

10/13 @ Buffalo 1-0 W (OT) Jackson-Morton

10/15 Colorado 3-2 L (O'Rourke-Auger)

10/16 Boston 4-1 L (O'Rourke-Pochmara)

10/21 @ Montreal 3-0 W (Walkom-Auger)

10/23 Buffalo 6-1 L (Dwyer-LaRue)

10/24 @ NYRangers 3-1 L (Walkom-L'Ecuyer)

10/27 @ San Jose 5-2 L (Kowal-Pollock)

10/29 @ Anaheim 2-1 L (Kowal-Pollock)

10/30 @ Los Angeles 3-1 L (L'Ecuyer-Leggo)

NOVEMBER (5-6-1)

11/01 @ Vancouver 3-0 L (LaRue-St. Laurent)

11/03 @ Chicago 5-3 W (Van Massenhoven-Auger)

11/05 NY Rangers 3-0 L (Leggo-Rooney)

11/10 Buffalo 5-4 L (OT-SO) (St. Pierre-Lee)

11/12 Edmonton 4-3 W (OT) (Peel-Morton)

11/15 @ Boston 3-0 L (Leggo-McCaulley)

11/18 @ Toronto 3-1 L (Jackson-Morton)

11/20 @ Saint Louis 3-2 L (LaRue-St. Laurent)

11/22 Washington 5-0 W (Joannette-Martel)

11/24 Calgary 2-1 W (OT/SO) (Walsh-McCauley)

11/26 @ NY Islanders 2-0 L (Joannette-Kimmerly)

11/27 Philadelphia 2-1 W (OT/SO) (Walsh-Kimmerly)

DECEMBER (2-10)

12/02 Montreal 5-1 L (Leggo-Hebert)

12/04 @ Philadelphia 5-3 L (Leggo-Sutherland)

12/05 @ Pittsburgh 2-1 L (McCreary-Charron)

12/10 @ Ottawa 3-2 L (Watson-Pochmara)

12/11 Detroit 4-1 L(Pochmara-McCauley)

12/15 Phoenix 3-0 W (Jackson-Lee)

12/17 Nashville 3-1 L (Walsh-O'Rourke)

12/18 @ Atlanta 7-1 L (Joannette-Martel)

12/21 @ Washington 5-1 L (Watson-Pochmara)

12/23 NY Islanders 5-1 L (Walkom-Vinnerborg)

12/24 Toronto 4-1 L (Joannette-Auger)

12/29 NY Rangers 3-1 L (Kimmerly-O'Rourke)

12/31 Atlanta 3-1 W (Kowal-Meier)

JANUARY (6-5-1)

01/01 @ Carolina 6-3 L (Furlatt-Morton)

01/04 Minnesota 2-1 L (Devorski-Kowal)

01/06 Philadelphia 4-2 L (Kozari-Martell)

01/08 @ Philadelphia 2-1 L (Kozari-McCauley)

01/09 Tampa Bay 6-3 W (Pollock-St. Pierre)

01/14 @ Tampa Bay 5-2 W (Kimmerly-Kozari)

01/15 @ Florida 3-2 L (OT)(Pollock-Meier)

01/17 @ NY Islanders 5-2 W (McCreary-Vinnerborg)

01/20 Pittsburgh 2-0 W (Leggo-Walsh)

01/22 @ Philadelphia 3-1 W (Furlatt-Kimmerly)

01/23 Florida 5-2 W (Sutherland-Dwyer)

01/26 @ Detroit 3-1 L (Jackson-Auger)

FEBRUARY (11-1-1)

02/01 Ottawa 2-1 W (Devorski-Rehman)

02/03 @ NY Rangers 3-2 W (O'Rourke-Kozari)

02/04 Florida 4-3 L (OT) (VanMassenhoven-Rehman)

02/06 @ Montreal 4-1 W (St. Pierre-Pollock)

02/08 Carolina 3-2 W (OT) (Jackson-Dwyer)

02/10 @ Toronto 2-1 W (OT) (Pollock-Morton)

02/11 San Jose 2-1 W (Peel-Pochmara)

02/16 Carolina 3-2 W (Rooney-Ciamaga)

02/18 NY Rangers 1-0 W (LaRue-Pochmara)

02/19 @ Carolina 4-1 W (Walsh-Furlatt)

02/22 @ Dallas 1-0 W (Dwyer-Joannette)

02/25 @ Tampa Bay 2-1 L (Devorski-Martell)

02/27 @ Florida 2-1 W (Devorski-Martell)

MARCH (8-4-1)

02/02 Tampa Bay 2-1 W (Morton-Peel)

03/04 Pittsburgh 2-1 W (St. Laurent-LaRue)

03/06 @ NY Islanders 2-1 W (OT/SO)(VanMassenhoven-Banfield)

03/08 Ottawa 2-1 L (VanMassenhoven-L'Ecuyer)

03/11 @ Atlanta 3-2 W (OT)(O'Rourke-Meier)

03/12 NY Islanders 3-2 W (OT) (Lee-Auger)

03/15 Atlanta 4-2 W (McCauley-Kimmerly)

03/17 @ Ottawa 3-1 L (Lee-Auger)

03/18 Washington 3-0 L (Rooney-L'Ecuyer)

03/20 @ Columbus 3-0 W (Dwyer-Kozari)

03/22 @ Boston 4-1 L (Rooney-Dwyer)

03/25 @ Pittsburgh 2-1 L (OT/SO) (Leggo-Pollock)

03/26 @ Buffalo 2-0 L (Martell-VanMassenhoven)

03/30 NY Islanders 3-2 W (McCreary-Hebert)

APRIL (3-3)

04/01 Philadelphia 4-2 W (Devorski-Pochmara)

04/02 Montreal 3-1 L (Pollock-St. Laruent)

04/05 @ Pittsburgh 4-2 L(Walkom-Walsh)

04/06 Toronto 4-2 W (VanMassenhoven-Walsh)

04/09 @ NY Rangers 5-2 L (VanMassenhoven-St. Laurent)

04/10 Boston 3-2 W (Rooney-Auger)

2010-2011 Referee List

03- Mike Leggo (1-5-1)

10/30 @ Los Angeles 3-1 L (L'Ecuyer)

11/05 NY Rangers 3-0 L (Rooney)

11/15 @ Boston 3-0 L (McCaulley)

12/02 Montreal 5-1 L (Hebert)

12/04 @ Philadelphia 5-3 L (Sutherland)

01/20 Pittsburgh 2-0 W (Walsh)

03/25 @ Pittsburgh 1-0 (OT/SO)(Pollock)

04- Wes McCauley (2-3)

11/15 @ Boston 3-0 L

11/24 Calgary 2-1 W (OT/SO) (Walsh)

12/11 Detroit 4-1 L (Pochmara)

01/08 @ Philadelphia 2-1 L (Kozari)

03/15 Atlanta 4-2 W (Kimmerly)

05- Chris Rooney (2-4)

09/23 @ NYRangers 4-3 L (OT) (Morton)

10/11 Pittsburgh 3-1 L (Ciamaga)

11/05 NY Rangers 3-0 L (Leggo)

02/16 Carolina 3-2 W (Ciamaga)

03/18 Washington 3-0 L (L'Ecuyer)

03/22 @ Boston 4-1 L (Dwyer)

04/10 Boston 3-2 W (Auger)

07- Bill McCreary (2-1) = RETIRED

12/06 @ Pittsburgh 2-1 L (Charron)

01/17 @ NY Islanders 5-2 W (Vinnerborg)

03/30 NY Islanders 3-2 W (Hebert)

08- Dave Jackson (3-2)

10/13 @ Buffalo 1-0 W (OT) (Morton)

11/18 @ Toronto 3-1 L (Morton)

12/15 Phoenix 3-0 W (Lee)

01/26 @ Detroit 3-1 L (Auger)

02/08 Carolina 3-2 W (Dwyer)

09- Dan O'Rourke (2-4)

09/28 Philadelphia 3-2 W (Banfield)

10/15 Colorado 3-2 L (Auger)

10/16 Boston 4-1 L (Pochmara)

12/17 Nashville 3-1 L (Walsh)

12/29 NY Rangers 3-1 L (Kimmerly)

02/03 @ NY Rangers 3-2 W (Kozari)

03/11 @ Atlanta 3-2 W (OT) (Meier)

10- Paul Devorski (3-2)

09/21 @ Philadelphia 4-3 L (OT/SO) (Banfield)

09/25 NY Rangers 5-4 L (OT) (Ciamaga)

01/04 Minnesota 2-1 L (Kowal)

02/01 Ottawa 2-1 W (Rehman)

02/25 @ Tampa Bay 2-1 L (Martell)

02/27 @ Florida 2-1 W (Martell)

04/01 Philadelphia 4-2 W (Pochmara)

11- Kelly Sutherland (1-1)

12/04 @ Philadelphia 5-3 L (Leggo)

01/23 Florida 5-2 W (Dwyer)

12- Justin St. Pierre (2-0-1)

11/10 Buffalo 5-4 L (OT-SO) (Lee)

01/09 Tampa Bay 6-3 W (Pollock)

02/06 @ Montreal 4-1 (Pollock)

13- Dan O'Halloran (0-1)

10/09 @ Washington 7-2 L (Morton)

14- Denis LaRue (2-3)

10/23 Buffalo 6-1 L (Dwyer)

11/01 @ Vancouver 3-0 L (St. Laurent)

11/20 @ St. Louis 3-2 L (St. Laurent)

02/18 NY Rangers 1-0 W (Pochmara)

03/04 Pittsburgh 2-1 W (OT)(St. Laurent)

15- Stephane Auger (4-4)

10/15 Colorado 3-2 L (O'Rourke)

10/21 @ Montreal 3-0 W (Walkom)

11/03 @ Chicago 5-3 W (Van Massenhoven)

12/26 Toronto 4-1 L (Joannette)

01/26 @ Detroit 3-1 L (Jackson)

03/12 NY Islanders 3-2 W (Lee)

03/17 @ Ottawa 3-1 L (Lee)

04/10 Boston 3-2 W (Rooney)

16- Brian Pochmara (3-4)

10/16 Boston 4-1 L (O'Rourke)

12/10 @ Ottawa 3-2 L (Watson)

12/11 Detroit 4-1 L (McCauley)

12/21 @ Washington 5-1 L (Watson)

02/11 San Jose 2-1 W (Peel)

02/18 NY Rangers 1-0 W (LaRue)

04/01 Philadelphia 4-2 W (Devorski)

17- Frederick L'Ecuyer (0-4)

10/24 @ NY Rangers 3-1 L (Walkom)

10/30 @ Los Angeles 3-1 L (Leggo)

03/08 Ottawa 2-1 L (VanMassenhoven)

03/18 Washington 3-0 L (Rooney)

18- Greg Kimmerly (4-2)

10/02 @ NY Islanders 2-1 L (Banfield)

11/26 @ NY Islanders 2-0 L (Joannette)

11/27 Philadelphia 2-1 W (Walsh)

12/29 NY Rangers 3-1 L (O'Rourke)

01/14 @ Tampa Bay 5-2 W (Kozari)

01/22 @ Philadelphia 3-1 W (Furlatt)

03/15 Atlanta 4-2 W (McCauley)

19- Gord Dwyer (4-2)

10/23 Buffalo 6-1 L (LaRue)

01/23 Florida 5-2 W (Sutherland)

02/08 Carolina 3-2 W (OT)(Jackson)

02/23 @ Dallas 1-0 W (Joannette)

03/20 @ Columbus 3-0 W (Kozari)

03/22 @ Boston 4-1 L (Rooney)

20- Tim Peel (3-0)

11/12 Edmonton 4-3 W (Morton)

02/11 San Jose 2-1 W (Pochmara)

03/02 Tampa Bay 2-1 W (Morton)

21- Don Van Massenhoven (3-3-2)

10/08 Dallas 4-3 L (OT) Joannette

11/03 @ Chicago 5-3 W (Auger)

02/04 Florida 4-3 L (OT) (Rehman)

03/06 @ NY Islanders 2-1 W (OT/SO) (Banfield)

03/08 Ottawa 2-1 L (L'Ecuyer)

03/26 @ Buffalo 2-0 L (Martell)

04/06 Toronto 4-2 W (Walsh)

04/09 @ NY Rangers 5-2 L (St. Laurent)

23- Brad Watson (0-2)

12/10 @ Ottawa 3-2 L (Pochmara)

12/21 @ Washington 5-1 L (Pochmara)

24- Stephen Walkom (1-2-1)

10/21 @ Montreal 3-0 W (Auger)

10/24 @ NY Rangers 3-1 L (L'Ecuyer)

12/23 NY Islanders 5-1 L (Vinnerborg)

04/05 @ Pittsburgh 4-2 L (Walsh)

25- Marc Joannette (2-2-1)

10/01 NY Islanders 4-3 W (Charron)

10/08 Dallas 4-3 L (OT) (VanMassenhoven)

11/22 Washington 5-0 W (Martel)

12/26 Toronto 4-1 L (Auger)

02/23 @ Dallas 1-0 W (Dwyer)

26- Rob Martell (2-3)

11/22 Washington 5-0 W (Joannette)

01/06 Philadelphia 4-2 L (Kozari)

02/25 @ Tampa Bay 2-1 L (Devorski)

02/27 @ Florida 2-1 W (Devorski)

03/26 @ Buffalo 2-0 L (VanMassenhoven)

27- Eric Furlatt (2-1)

01/01 @ Carolina 6-3 L (Morton)

01/22 @ Philadelphia 3-1 W (Kimmerly)

02/19 @ Carolina 4-1 W (Walsh)

28- Chris Lee (2-2)

11/10 Buffalo 5-4 L (OT-SO)(St. Pierre)

12/15 Phoenix 3-0 (Jackson)

03/12 NY Islanders 3-2 W (OT)(Auger)

03/17 @ Ottawa 3-1 L (Auger)

29- Ian Walsh (5-2)

11/24 Calgary 2-1 W (OT/SO)(McCauley)

11/27 Philadelphia 2-1 W (OT/SO) (Kimmerly)

12/17 Nashville 3-1 L (O'Rourke)

01/20 Pittsburgh 2-0 (Leggo)

02/19 @ Carolina 4-1 W (Furlatt)

04/05 @ Pittsburgh 4-2 L (Walkom)

04/06 Toronto 4-2 W (VanMassenhoven)

30- Mike Hassenfratz (Hasn't returned since 2009 heart surgery)

32- Tom Kowal (2-2)

10/27 @ San Jose 5-2 L (Pollock)

10/30 @ Anaheim 2-1 W (Pollock)

12/31 Atlanta 3-1 W (Meier)

01/04 Minnesota 2-1 L (Devorski)

33- Kevin Pollock (3-2-2)

10/27 @ San Jose 5-2 L (Kowal)

10/30 @ Anaheim 2-1 W (Kowal)

01/09 Tampa Bay 6-3 W (St. Pierre)

01/15 @ Florida 3-2 L (OT) (Meier)

02/06 @ Montreal 4-1 W (St. Pierre)

02/10 @ Toronto 2-1 W (OT)(Morton)

03/25 @ Pittsburgh 1-0 L (OT/SO)(Leggo)

04/02 Montreal 3-1 L (St. Laurent)

34- Brad Meier (2-0-1)

12/31 Atlanta 3-1 W (Kowal)

01/15 @ Florida 3-2 L (OT) (Pollock)

03/11 @ Atlanta 3-2 W (O'Rourke)

36- Dean Morton (4-3)

10/09 @ Washington 7-2 L (O'Halloran)

10/13 @ Buffalo 1-0 W (OT) (Jackson)

11/12 Edmonton 4-3 W (Peel)

11/18 @ Toronto 3-1 L (Jackson)

01/01 @ Carolina 6-3 L (Furlatt)

02/10 @ Toronto 2-1 W (OT)(Pollock)

03/02 Tampa Bay 2-1 W (Peel)

37- Kyle Rehman (1-0-1)

02/01 Ottawa 2-1 W (Devorski)

02/05 Florida 4-3 L (OT) (VanMassenhoven)

38- Francious St. Laurent (1-4)

11/01 @ Vancouver 3-0 L (LaRue)

11/22 @ St. Louis 3-2 L (LaRue)

03/04 Pittsburgh 2-1 W (OT) (LaRue)

04/02 Montreal 3-1 L (Pollock)

04/09 @ NY Rangers 5-2 L (VanMassenhoven)

40- Steve Kozari (3-2)

01/06 Philadelphia 4-2 L (Martell)

01/08 @ Philadelphia 2-1 L (McCauley)

01/14 @ Tampa Bay 5-2 W (Kimmerly)

02/03 @ NY Rangers 3-2 W (O'Rourke)

03/20 @ Columbus 3-0 W (Dwyer)

41- Chris Ciamaga (1-1)

10/11 Pittsburgh 3-1 L (Rooney)

02/16 Carolina 3-2 W (Rooney)

43- Jean Hebert (1-0)

03/30 NY Islanders 3-2 W (McCreary)

44- David Banfield (1-0)

09/21 @ Philadelphia 4-3 (OT/SO) (Devorski)

09/28 Philadelphia 3-2 W (O'Rourke)

10/02 @ NY Islanders 2-1 L (Kimmerly)

03/06 @ NY Islanders 2-1 W (OT/SO)(VanMassenhoven)

45- Marcus Vinnerborg 1-1

12/23 NY Islanders 5-1 L (Walkom)

01/17 @ NY Islanders 5-2 W (McCreary)

46- Francis Charron (0-1)

10/01 NYIslanders 4-3 W (Joannette)

12/08 @ Pittsburgh 2-1 L (McCreary)

49- Ghislain Hebert (0-1)

12/04 Montreal 5-1 L (Leggo)

And lastly the great Pierre Champoux (#67) will be returning to call the lines.

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And lastly the great Pierre Champoux (#67) will be returning to call the lines.

:cheers:

This is always one of my favorite threads, it's funny to see what kind of patterns arise as the season wears on.

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This is the list of 2010-2011 Refs with the original information. The first post of this thread will become the game-by-game update.

2010-2011 Referee List (NJ 09-10 Record) - Region - Playoffs - Other

03- Mike Leggo (3-0) - WEST - Round 1

04- Wes McCauley (4-1) - EAST - Round 1 (2nd generation ref)

05- Chris Rooney (4-2) - EAST - Round 1

07- Bill McCreary (3-0-1) - EAST - Round 3 (Retiring)

08- Dave Jackson (1-1) - EAST - No Playoffs (Injured 11/09)

09- Dan O'Rourke (5-0-1) - SOUTH - Round 3 (ex-ECHL player)

10- Paul Devorski (4-3-1) - EAST - Round 3

11- Kelly Sutherland (4-3-1) - SOUTH - Round 4

12- Justin St. Pierre (2-3) - SOUTH - Round 1 Stand-by (# change from 45)

13- Dan O'Halloran (1-0-1) - CENTRAL - Round 4

14- Denis LaRue (3-1) - WEST - Round 1

15- Stephane Auger (3-2) - WEST - No Playoffs (Vancouver controvercy last season)

16- Brian Pochmara (4-4) - CENTRAL - Round 1 (# change from 43)

17- Frederick L'Ecuyer (2-1) - EAST - No Playoffs (split AHL/NHL; # change from 48; 1st F/T season)

18- Greg Kimmerly (4-1-1) - CENTRAL - Round 1 Stand-by

19- Gord Dwyer (3-1) - SOUTH - No Playoffs

20- Tim Peel (2-2) - CENTRAL - Round 3

21- Don Van Massenhoven (2-1) - EAST - No Playoffs (Injured 2/10; Retiring)

23- Brad Watson (2-3) -CENTRAL - Round 3

24- Stephen Walkom (3-0-1) - EAST - Round 4 (ex-head of officals, came-back on ice last season)

25- Marc Joannette (2-2) - CENTRAL - Round 3

26- Rob Martell (2-3) - SOUTH - No Playoffs

27- Eric Furlatt (2-1) - SOUTH - Round 2

28- Chris Lee (2-1) - WEST - Round 2

29- Ian Walsh (3-0) - SOUTH - Round 2

30- Mike Hassenfratz (0-0) - CENTRAL - No Playoffs (Injured all 09-10)

32- Tom Kowal (1-1) - WEST - Round 1 Stand-by

33- Kevin Pollock (0-5) - WEST - Round 2

34- Brad Meier (4-1) - WEST - Round 1

36- Dean Morton (3-3) - EAST - No Playoffs

37- Kyle Rehman (1-2) - EAST - No Playoffs (split AHL/NHL, 1st F/T NHL season)

38- Francious St. Laurent (3-1-1) - EAST - Round 1 Stand-by (2nd F/T NHL season)

40- Steve Kozari (3-2) - CENTRAL - Round 1

41- Chris Ciamaga (1-2) - EAST - No Playoffs (will split AHL/NHL)

43- Jean Hebert - will split NHL/AHL

44- David Banfield (1-1) - will split AHL/NHL

45- Marcus Vinnerborg - will split NHL/AHL - (1st European Ref)

46- Francis Charron - will split NHL/AHL

49- Ghislain Hebert - will split NHL/AHL

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Are the skips in the refs' numbers due to some number being retired?

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Are the skips in the refs' numbers due to some number being retired?

Referees use #'s 2-49

Linesmen use #'s 50-98

Most of the number gaps are from referees who recently retired (#2 = Kerry Fraser, #6 = Dan Marouelli). You notice that three younger officials are changing their numbers from the 40's (reserved for younger and split league referees) to numbers in the teens. Justin St. Pierre's new #12 was used by Don Koharski prior to his retirement two seasons ago and Brian Pochmara's new #16 was used by Rob Shick so these numbers are reused after a year or two. To my knowledge there have been no referee numbers that have been retired. While not official #72 hasn't been worn by an NHL Linesman since Stephane Provost died in a tragic off-season car accident in Florida 4 years ago. #60 also hasn't been worn since North Bergen's Pat Dapuzzo was forced into retirement early after sustaining horrific facial injuries after being struck by a skate in Philadelphia 2 years ago.

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Referees use #'s 2-49

Linesmen use #'s 50-98

Most of the number gaps are from referees who recently retired (#2 = Kerry Fraser, #6 = Dan Marouelli). You notice that three younger officials are changing their numbers from the 40's (reserved for younger and split league referees) to numbers in the teens. Justin St. Pierre's new #12 was used by Don Koharski prior to his retirement two seasons ago and Brian Pochmara's new #16 was used by Rob Shick so these numbers are reused after a year or two. To my knowledge there have been no referee numbers that have been retired. While not official #72 hasn't been worn by an NHL Linesman since Stephane Provost died in a tragic off-season car accident in Florida 4 years ago. #60 also hasn't been worn since North Bergen's Pat Dapuzzo was forced into retirement early after sustaining horrific facial injuries after being struck by a skate in Philadelphia 2 years ago.

This is the link to Chris Botta's article on Pat Dapuzzo last October: http://nhl.fanhouse.com/2009/10/27/pat-dapuzzo-reveals-anguish-depression-after-skate-severs-his-face/

One thing I wish the Devils would do at Prudential Center would be a small area honoring players, coaches, referees, etc. who are natives of NJ and Dapuzzo would certainly be a prominant one there.

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Updated October 8th.

Veterans Joannette and Van Massenhoven let the teams play tonight.

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45 total penalty minutes in Washington thanks to MMA breaking out at the end of that aborton of a game.

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Devils still looking for their first win.

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Devils get their first win of the season in OT in Buffalo.

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Not much to say referee wise but this is how the chart reads after 2 weeks.

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Updated October 30

Rarely do you see the same 2 refs call back to back games for a single team.

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Updated 11/12 after Devils win.

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Updated 11/22 after the execuitive level beat down of "Our Nation's Capitals".

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Updated 12/4.

I think the Devils have had enough of Mike Leggo this season with the 0-5 spot.

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Updated 12/4.

I think the Devils have had enough of Mike Leggo this season with the 0-5 spot.

With good reason, the officiating sucked yesterday. League wide it blows since the lockout.

Thanks for the time to do it, of course power play difference would be a nice addition! HAHAHA.

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Updated through 12/31.

Lets hope for a better 2011.

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Updated January 17th.

Gotta like the red and pink colors the last 4 games.

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We're going streaking!!!

Updated through Florida game 1/23.

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Updated 2/5 after Florida game.

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Updated 2/19 after Carolina game

WE'RE GOING STREAKING!!!!!!!!!

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