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Topic - New Jersey Devils
After missing the playoffs for the second straight season and for the third time in four, New Jersey Devils president and general manager Lou Lamoriello wanted to take a step back to ponder the future rather than rip off a list of changes that the franchise needed to get back to the postseason.
Pete DeBoer is keeping his job as coach of the New Jersey Devils despite missing the playoffs in two straight seasons.
Standing on the podium after what might have been his final game of his record-setting, 20-year career with the New Jersey Devils, Martin Brodeur's eyes welled with tears when he was asked to explain his emotions.
Already eliminated from the playoff race, the Ottawa Senators are still playing to win games.
Television analyst Glenn "Chico" Resch says he is retiring from the New Jersey Devils broadcast booth after 18 years.
Once Martin Brodeur and the New Jersey Devils got to the shootout against the New York Islanders they were doomed.
For seven years, Miikka Kiprusoff was a constant in net for the Calgary Flames. Karri Ramo might be the next in line.
Marek Zidlicky's shot hit a teammate, then the post. It spun in front of the net, and took a left turn across the goal line.
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.
The Capitals were one play away from beating the Devils. Instead they lost their fifth straight.
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.
With the window of opportunity closing and a playoff berth slipping away, the Capitals fell to New Jersey, 2-1, on Friday night. Analysis here.
The Capitals could have moved within two points of the Blue Jackets in the wild-card race. Instead, they are four back with five to play.
The Capitals may need to go 5-0-1 in their final six games to reach the playoffs for a seventh straight season.
Ville Leino was happy to bask in some rare cheers after netting the winning goal in the shootout.