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Topic - Patrik Elias
Once the game goes to a shootout, the New Jersey Devils are already a beaten team.
The New Jersey Devils are so bad in shootouts, coach Pete DeBoer doesn't mind seeing his team take chances in the five-minute overtime.
The Boston Bruins are not only threatening to run away with the Eastern Conference, they are challenging St. Louis for the NHL's best regular-season record.
Two days after being a healthy scratch against Buffalo, Matt Nieto had the perfect response for San Jose Sharks coach Todd McLellan.
If the New Jersey Devils want to get back to the playoffs, coach Pete DeBoer said his best players had to step up for the stretch run.
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.
The Devils turned a stellar first nine minutes and an opportunistic final five into a stirring victory over the Rangers that moved New Jersey within one win of a trip to the Stanley Cup finals.
New Jersey Devils forward Patrik Elias has been fined $2,500, the maximum allowed under the Collective Bargaining Agreement, for boarding Montreal Canadiens forward Mike Blunden during a 5-3 win on Thursday.
The New Jersey Devils found themselves in an eerily dark Prudential Center Monday morning, clearing out their lockers and heading home, a situation that the franchise had not experienced since 1996.
"No one expected this," Elias said. "We've never been in this situation before. But it's life. Things happen. We're going to bounce back. We've played better the last few games. We're a much better team than the record shows. We can't think this is the end with 66 games left. We're in this together and we have to get better."
"It's important to realize how to play to be successful," Elias said. "You can see what a difference Jacques made with these players. Every coach has his own impact, but I don't know if there's one who can make everyone feel comfortable like Jacques did."