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October 10, 1999
Devils: New Jersey has won 11 straight over the Lightning at home. ... Martin Brodeur has won seven 1-0 games.Flyers: Philadelphia went 146:42 before its first goal of the season.Kings: Los Angeles makes its home debut in the Staples Center on Oct. 20.Maple leafs: The team has failed 20 times since February 1994 to win four consecutive games.Red Wings: Chris Osgood is 6-1-3 against the Panthers.Senators: The league's leading power play is 7-for-16.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | November 22, 2010
Johan Hedberg made 30 saves for his 15th career shutout and the struggling New Jersey Devils stunned the NHL-leading Washington Capitals 5-0 on Monday night. Jason Arnott scored twice while rookie Mattias Tedenby and Patrik Elias each had a goal and an assist for the Devils, who snapped a three-game losing streak. Hedberg, playing in his 300th game, got the start as Martin Brodeur is expected to miss one to two weeks with a bruised elbow. Dainius Zubrus also scored for the Devils, who won for only the second time at home (2-5-2)
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By AP | December 27, 2009
WASHINGTON - - Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom each had a goal and two assists to help Washington beat the New Jersey Devils, 4-1, Saturday night, giving the Capitals a one-point lead in the NHL overall standings. Washington has 54 points, one more than the Devils and Pittsburgh Penguins. Washington won its third straight and ended New Jersey's five-game winning streak. Rookie goalie Michal Neuvirth won his third straight start, making 29 saves. The Capitals pressured Martin Brodeur all night, outshooting the Devils 40-30.
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January 13, 2010
Goaltender Curtis Joseph has retired, ending a 19-year career in the NHL in which he was No. 4 in career victories. Joseph, 42, had 454 victories, trailing only Martin Brodeur (585), Patrick Roy (551) and Ed Belfour (484). He said Tuesday in Toronto he had a "great career" and "didn't leave anything on the table." •Fox SportsNet Pittsburgh indefinitely suspended producer Lowell MacDonald Jr. for not quickly showing a replay that could have caused a short-handed goal to be awarded to Flyers forward Simon Gagne against the Penguins on Thursday.
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January 13, 2010
Goaltender Curtis Joseph has retired, ending a 19-year career in the NHL in which he was No. 4 in career victories. Joseph, 42, had 454 victories, trailing only Martin Brodeur (585), Patrick Roy (551) and Ed Belfour (484). He said Tuesday in Toronto he had a "great career" and "didn't leave anything on the table." •Fox SportsNet Pittsburgh indefinitely suspended producer Lowell MacDonald Jr. for not quickly showing a replay that could have caused a short-handed goal to be awarded to Flyers forward Simon Gagne against the Penguins on Thursday.
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December 17, 2009
The NHL is considering adding a Winter Classic outdoor game for Canadian teams as soon as next season. So far the league's annual outdoor game on New Year's Day has matched up teams from American cities with strong hockey followings. Adding Canadian teams was considered for 2010 but didn't happen. "It's something we're going to look at for next season," Commissioner Gary Bettman said Wednesday. "We'll see if we can make that happen." The Bruins and Flyers are scheduled to play Jan. 1 at Fenway Park in Boston in the third Classic.
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December 22, 2009
Martin Brodeur broke the NHL record with his 104th career shutout, and maybe the only surprise was how easily it came against the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins. Brodeur needed to make only a few difficult saves while breaking Terry Sawchuk's shutout record, further strengthening his case to be considered the best goaltender to play the game, and the streaking New Jersey Devils had little trouble beating host Pittsburgh 4-0 on Monday night. "It's great, but I wasn't focusing on it," Brodeur said after making 35 saves.
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By The Orlando Sentinel | April 9, 2003
NHL playoff preview Eastern Conference First round No. 1 Ottawa vs. No. 8 N.Y. Islanders Key matchup: Senators vs. themselves. Aside from Alexei Yashin, the Isles don't scare anyone. The Sens need to guard against overconfidence to avoid their history of following flashy seasons with early-round flameouts. The buzz: The Sens have been smart this season, adding tough-guy role players to complement an extremely talented team. Senators in 6. No. 2 New Jersey vs. No. 7 Boston Key matchup: Boston's forwards vs. Devils G Martin Brodeur.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2003
WASHINGTON - The outcome of last night's NHL showdown between the Washington Capitals and the New Jersey Devils came down to one slippery puck and five seconds late in the middle period. With the score tied and the Capitals attacking, Jaromir Jagr could do little but watch after the puck slipped off his stick as he tried a backhand, cross-ice pass in the neutral zone. New Jersey's Brian Rafalski picked up the puck and started a three-on-two break. Rafalski passed across the slot to Patrik Elias for a shot that Caps goalie Olie Kolzig numbered among his 35 saves, but the rebound went to John Madden trailing the play, and he slammed it into the net with 3:13 left.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | November 22, 2010
Johan Hedberg made 30 saves for his 15th career shutout and the struggling New Jersey Devils stunned the NHL-leading Washington Capitals 5-0 on Monday night. Jason Arnott scored twice while rookie Mattias Tedenby and Patrik Elias each had a goal and an assist for the Devils, who snapped a three-game losing streak. Hedberg, playing in his 300th game, got the start as Martin Brodeur is expected to miss one to two weeks with a bruised elbow. Dainius Zubrus also scored for the Devils, who won for only the second time at home (2-5-2)
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By AP | December 27, 2009
WASHINGTON - - Alex Ovechkin and Nicklas Backstrom each had a goal and two assists to help Washington beat the New Jersey Devils, 4-1, Saturday night, giving the Capitals a one-point lead in the NHL overall standings. Washington has 54 points, one more than the Devils and Pittsburgh Penguins. Washington won its third straight and ended New Jersey's five-game winning streak. Rookie goalie Michal Neuvirth won his third straight start, making 29 saves. The Capitals pressured Martin Brodeur all night, outshooting the Devils 40-30.
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December 22, 2009
Martin Brodeur broke the NHL record with his 104th career shutout, and maybe the only surprise was how easily it came against the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins. Brodeur needed to make only a few difficult saves while breaking Terry Sawchuk's shutout record, further strengthening his case to be considered the best goaltender to play the game, and the streaking New Jersey Devils had little trouble beating host Pittsburgh 4-0 on Monday night. "It's great, but I wasn't focusing on it," Brodeur said after making 35 saves.
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December 17, 2009
The NHL is considering adding a Winter Classic outdoor game for Canadian teams as soon as next season. So far the league's annual outdoor game on New Year's Day has matched up teams from American cities with strong hockey followings. Adding Canadian teams was considered for 2010 but didn't happen. "It's something we're going to look at for next season," Commissioner Gary Bettman said Wednesday. "We'll see if we can make that happen." The Bruins and Flyers are scheduled to play Jan. 1 at Fenway Park in Boston in the third Classic.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 19, 2008
Police: Chamberlain was driving drunk baseball New York Yankees pitcher Joba Chamberlain has been arrested after authorities said he was driving under the influence, was speeding and had an open container of alcohol in his vehicle. Deborah Collins, a spokeswoman for the Nebraska State Patrol, said Chamberlain was stopped for speeding on U.S. 77 near his hometown of Lincoln about 1 a.m. yesterday. Chamberlain was lodged at the Cornhusker Place Detox in Lincoln on charges of driving under the influence, having an open container of alcohol and speeding.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | January 2, 2004
WASHINGTON - The New Jersey Devils came to MCI Center last night with gaudy statistics. They had nine shutouts in 19 victories and had allowed a league-low 59 goals. They were facing the Washington Capitals, a team that had managed just one goal in each of their past three games - all losses, including a humiliating rout in Buffalo on Wednesday. But despite missing two of their top four goals scorers in Peter Bondra (groin) and Dainius Zubrus (ankle), the Capitals put up a superb battle to earn a 2-2 overtime tie with the 2003 Stanley Cup champion.
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By The Orlando Sentinel | April 9, 2003
NHL playoff preview Eastern Conference First round No. 1 Ottawa vs. No. 8 N.Y. Islanders Key matchup: Senators vs. themselves. Aside from Alexei Yashin, the Isles don't scare anyone. The Sens need to guard against overconfidence to avoid their history of following flashy seasons with early-round flameouts. The buzz: The Sens have been smart this season, adding tough-guy role players to complement an extremely talented team. Senators in 6. No. 2 New Jersey vs. No. 7 Boston Key matchup: Boston's forwards vs. Devils G Martin Brodeur.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | June 2, 1994
NEW YORK -- Ken Dryden always said that the most wonderful time to be a goaltender in the NHL was Stanley Cup playoff time.Certainly it is wonderful to watch a sizzling goalie stand up to one of the mightiest attacks in hockey -- unless you're the New York Rangers and you've taken 56 shots, scored only two goals and lost Game 1, in a paranoid city where the Stanley Cup hasn't been won since 1940.But even New York fans couldn't help being dazzled by Vancouver goaltender Kirk McLean and his 52-save performance in Game 1, which turned into a 3-2 overtime victory for the Canucks.
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By Orange County Register | October 1, 1999
Atlantic Division New Jersey Devils Last season: 47-24-11, first in East. Coach: Robbie Ftorek, second season (47-24-11). Outlook: The Devils have the best record in the East the past two seasons, only to be upset in the first round. The problem seems to be more in their heads than their talent. But the Devils have decided to go with a bit of a youth movement, opting not to re-sign veterans Dave Andreychuk and Bobby Carpenter. They have one of the top goalies in Martin Brodeur.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2003
WASHINGTON - The outcome of last night's NHL showdown between the Washington Capitals and the New Jersey Devils came down to one slippery puck and five seconds late in the middle period. With the score tied and the Capitals attacking, Jaromir Jagr could do little but watch after the puck slipped off his stick as he tried a backhand, cross-ice pass in the neutral zone. New Jersey's Brian Rafalski picked up the puck and started a three-on-two break. Rafalski passed across the slot to Patrik Elias for a shot that Caps goalie Olie Kolzig numbered among his 35 saves, but the rebound went to John Madden trailing the play, and he slammed it into the net with 3:13 left.
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October 10, 1999
Devils: New Jersey has won 11 straight over the Lightning at home. ... Martin Brodeur has won seven 1-0 games.Flyers: Philadelphia went 146:42 before its first goal of the season.Kings: Los Angeles makes its home debut in the Staples Center on Oct. 20.Maple leafs: The team has failed 20 times since February 1994 to win four consecutive games.Red Wings: Chris Osgood is 6-1-3 against the Panthers.Senators: The league's leading power play is 7-for-16.
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