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Topic - Cory Schneider
Already eliminated from the playoff race, the Ottawa Senators are still playing to win games.
The New Jersey Devils know the odds are against them as they chase a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Their latest win preserved their chances.
With a win over the Devils and a loss by the Blue Jackets, the Capitals would close within two points of a playoff spot. Catch to tonight's action at 7 on CSN-Plus.
Don't write off the New Jersey Devils' playoff chances, just yet.
Roberto Luongo got the best of his former goalie teammate yet again.
Martin Brodeur is again the New Jersey Devils' No. 1 goaltender. Coach Pete DeBoer isn't saying how long that will last, nor does he care.
Martin Brodeur is staying with the New Jersey Devils.
With the Olympic break nearly behind them and 23 games left in the regular season, the New Jersey Devils know it is time to start winning, or else.
Julien Brouillette won't be joining his five Washington Capitals teammates who are on their way to play Olympic hockey in Sochi. He did, however, help send them off on a winning note.
Julien Brouillette won't be joining his five Washington Capitals teammates who are on their way to play Olympic hockey in Sochi.
News and notes as the Capitals [26-23-9, 61 points] butt helmets with the New Jersey Devils [24-21-13, 61 points] tonight at VerizonCenter [8 p.m., CSN]:
With the New Jersey Devils fighting for a playoff spot, Jon Merrill picked the perfect time to score his first NHL goal.
After watching the Colorado Avalanche struggle to generate offense for more than 57 minutes, coach Patrick Roy rolled the dice and pulled goalie Jean-Sebastien Giguere with 2:30 left in regulation against the New Jersey Devils.
The way the New Jersey Devils' defense played on Thursday night, they didn't need much offense. What they did need, the Devils got from Patrik Elias.
Peter DeBoer said giving goalie Martin Brodeur the starting nod in the New Jersey Devils' first outdoor game was simply the right thing to do.
"We were a little sloppy early on, but I thought after that we woke up and generated chances and played our game," Schneider said. "A little more up and down than we would have liked, but at least it was an entertaining game."
"Take one of our quotes from any point this year and apply it to tonight," said Schneider, who stopped 31 shots through overtime. "It's the same result."