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Alain Vigneault, Henrik Lundqvist and Ryan McDonagh talk after the Rangers' 3-1 loss in Game 3 to the Canadiens.

The New York Rangers lost to the Montreal Canadiens 3-1 in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference first round to fall behind in the series 2-1 on Sunday at Madison Square Garden. >> Read more


First period:

  • N/A

Second period:

  • 17:37 MON Artturi Lehkonen (power play); Assists: Brendan Gallagher, Tomas Plekanec

Third period:

  • 7:42 MON Shea Weber (power play); Assists: Alex Galchenyuk, Alexander Radulov
  • 15:35 MON Radulov; Assist: Phillip Danault
  • 17:04 NYR Brady Skjei; Assists: Kevin Klein, Mika Zibanejad
Tags: Brady Skjei, Henrik Lundqvist, Kevin Klein, Mika Zibanejad, Montreal Canadiens
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Apr 12, 2017; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; New York Rangers forward Tanner Glass reacts with teammates after scoring a goal against the Montreal Canadiens during the first period of game one of the first round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Bell Centre. Mandatory Credit: Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports (Eric Bolte)
Apr 12, 2017; Montreal, Quebec, CAN; New York Rangers forward Tanner Glass reacts with teammates after scoring a goal against the Montreal Canadiens during the first period of game one of the first round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs at the Bell Centre. Mandatory Credit: Eric Bolte-USA TODAY Sports (Eric Bolte)

The Rangers took their first-round series opener against the Canadiens on Wednesday night, 2-0. 


First Period

  • 9:50 NYR Tanner Glass (unassisted) 

Second Period

  • N/A

Third Period 

  • 19:50 NYR Michael Grabner (empty net); Assist: Jesper Fast 
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New Jersey Devils forward Kyle Palmieri (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)
New Jersey Devils forward Kyle Palmieri (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)

The New Jersey Devils blew a two-goal lead in the third period and lost to the Montreal Canadiens in overtime, 4-3, Monday at Prudential Center. >> Read more


First period:

  • 19:41 NJ Kyle Palmieri; Assist: Travis Zajac

Second period:

Tags: Damon Severson, John Moore, Joseph Blandisi, Kyle Palmieri, Montreal Canadiens, Travis Zajac
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New Jersey Devils right wing Kyle Palmieri skates with the puck while being defended by Ottawa Senators defenseman Mark Borowiecki during the second period at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)
New Jersey Devils right wing Kyle Palmieri skates with the puck while being defended by Ottawa Senators defenseman Mark Borowiecki during the second period at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland/USA TODAY Sports)

The New Jersey Devils host the Montreal Canadiens on Monday at Prudential Center at 7 p.m. ET.

According to STATS:

  • Montreal beat Toronto, 3-2, in overtime at Air Canada Centre on Saturday night, winning its second straight road tilt for the first time since January 7 (at Toronto) and 11 (at Winnipeg). The Habs are 26-1-4 when netting at least three goals in 2016-17.
  • The Devils dropped a 4-3 overtime decision to the Rangers at Prudential Center on Saturday night, and have now lost three straight, and four of their last five games overall. Dating to December 8, New Jersey has lost 14 straight games when allowing four or more goals (0-12-2 record).
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New York Islanders goalie Thomas Greiss prior to the game between the Winnipeg Jets and the New York Islanders at MTS Centre. (Bruce Fedyck)
New York Islanders goalie Thomas Greiss prior to the game between the Winnipeg Jets and the New York Islanders at MTS Centre. (Bruce Fedyck)

The Islanders (20-17-9) look to keep the momentum going as they take on the Canadiens (29-13-7) on Thursday.

According to STATS:

  • Montreal has dominated its series with the Islanders over the past decade, going 24-4-6 since March 2007. And the Canadiens have won each of the last seven meetings while outscoring New York by a combined margin of 28-14.
  • The Canadiens went 2-for-3 with the man advantage while beating Calgary on Tuesday, 4-2. Since December 4, Montreal's power-play percentage is 35.6 in its wins but only 9.7 in its losses. The 25.9-point disparity is the second largest in the league (Calgary, 26.5 points).
  • Tuesday's 4-2 home victory over Columbus improved the Islanders to 4-0-1 over their last five games. New York also is 9-3-3 since December 20, which translates to the third-highest point percentage (.700) in the Eastern Conference over that span.
  • Alexander Radulov's two-goal outburst on Tuesday represented his first multi-goal game in the NHL in nearly nine years (March 20, 2008). Radulov leads the Canadiens with 11 points in January.
  • Alexei Emelin has taken 126 hits this season, which are the most incurred by any defenseman in the NHL. But he's given as well as he's taken, delivering 153 hits himself, the third most by any blueliner.
  • Since New Year's Eve, John Tavares has produced six multi-point games, but no points in the other five games he's played. Prior to December 31, Tavares had mustered only two multi-point efforts in his first 35 games of the season.

© 2017 by STATS.

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New York Islanders center Alan Quine (10) is congratulated by center Shane Prince (11) after scoring a goal against the Philadelphia Flyers during the second period at Barclays Center. (Andy Marlin)
New York Islanders center Alan Quine (10) is congratulated by center Shane Prince (11) after scoring a goal against the Philadelphia Flyers during the second period at Barclays Center. (Andy Marlin)

NEW YORK -- A pair of teams looking to carry their recent momentum into the All-Star Break square off Thursday night when the New York Islanders host the Montreal Canadiens at Barclays Center.

The Islanders (20-17-9) won for the fourth time in five games Tuesday, when four players scored in a 4-2 victory over the Columbus Blue Jackets. The Canadiens (29-13-7) also won Tuesday, when they extended their points streak to three games by knocking off the Calgary Flames 5-1.

The win over the Blue Jackets began a three-game stretch in which the Islanders face the top three teams in the Eastern Conference. New York, which hosts the Washington Capitals in the first game back from the All-Star Break on Tuesday, is trying to get back into the wild card race after spending most of the season mired in last place in the East.

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 ( Adam Hunger)
( Adam Hunger)

First Period 

  • 4:00 NJD Steven Santini; Assists: P.A. Parenteau, Taylor Hall
  • 5:14 MTL Alex Galchenyuk (Power Play); Assists: Alexander Radulov, Nathan Beaulieu
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Jan 9, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils left wing Taylor Hall (9) skates with the puck during the first period of their game against the Florida Panthers at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)
Jan 9, 2017; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils left wing Taylor Hall (9) skates with the puck during the first period of their game against the Florida Panthers at Prudential Center. (Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports)

The Devils take on the Canadiens at the Prudential Center on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. 

According to STATS...

  • The Canadiens beat the Devils, 5-2, at home on December 8 and are 9-2-2 versus New Jersey since the start of the 2013 calendar year. Montreal has won each of its last two games played against the Devils; the Canadiens have not won three straight versus New Jersey since winning three in a row from January 24 -- March 11, 2008.
  • The Canadiens lost at home to the Penguins, 4-1, on Wednesday, their second consecutive loss. Montreal has scored just one goal (total) over its last two games, its fewest goals scored over a two-game span since lighting the lamp just once over a two-game span from March 19-20, 2016.
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MONTREAL -- It's said that home is where the heart is. For the Montreal Canadiens, it's also where the wins are.

A .500 team as the opposition, Montreal (17-6-3) has been dominant at the Bell Centre this season, where they've won 12 of 14 games and lost for the first time in regulation just a few weeks ago. Now, after a five-game road trip, they kick off a four-game homestand that begins with a tilt against the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night.

The Canadiens are coming off a 3-2 overtime loss to the St. Louis Blues to close out the trip, a point lost after holding a 2-0 lead in the game. But while the team earned half of the 10 points on the table during their road trip, they're pleased with their efforts overall.

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New Jersey Devils forward Adam Henrique celebrates after scoring a goal. (Eric Bolte/USA Today Sports Images)
New Jersey Devils forward Adam Henrique celebrates after scoring a goal. (Eric Bolte/USA Today Sports Images)

The New Jersey Devils won preseason games against the Philadelphia Flyers and Montreal Canadiens on Monday.

Nick Lappin scored twice in a 2-0 win over Philadelphia, including an empty-netter with 32 seconds left.

Adam Henrique scored two power-play goals in a 3-2 win against the Canadiens in Montreal. Michael McLeod's third-period goal proved to be the difference after Zach Redmond brought Montreal within one.

Tags: Adam Henrique, Montreal Canadiens, Philadelphia Flyers

New York Rangers center J.T. Miller (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)
New York Rangers center J.T. Miller (Adam Hunger/USA Today Sports Images)

The New York Rangers face the Montreal Canadiens on the road on Saturday at 7 p.m. ET.

According to STATS:

  • When the Canadiens last faced the Rangers in Montreal on Oct. 15, Montreal shut out New York, 3-0. The Canadiens have totaled seven home shutouts versus the Rangers since the start of the 2010 calendar year, the most by any team versus any single opponent over that span.
  • The Rangers beat the Bruins, 5-2, at home on Wednesday, capitalizing on two of six power-play opportunities in the game. New York's six power-play opportunities were its most in a single game this season, and its two power-play goals matched a season high (done three other times).
  • The Canadiens allowed the first four goals of the game in their 4-3 loss at Detroit on Thursday. Montreal scored all three of its goals in the third period, the third time this season that the Canadiens have scored three goals in a period and still lost the game (also October 29 at Edmonton and February 12 at Buffalo).
  • Derek Stepan had one goal and two assists on Wednesday, his first three-point game this season after totaling six such games last season. Stepan has now totaled 11 points this March, his most in a month since recording 11 points in February 2015.
  • J.T. Miller scored his 20th goal of the season on Wednesday, double his goal total from last season (10). New York is now 8-1-1 since Jan. 1 when Miller scores a goal, after going just 2-4-2 over the first three months of the season when Miller recorded a goal.
  • Max Pacioretty scored his 25th goal of the season on Thursday, his third straight season with at least 25 goals. Prior to Pacioretty, the last Canadiens player with at least 25 goals in three consecutive seasons was Michael Ryder (three straight from 2003-04 to 2006-07; there was no 2004-05 season).
Tags: Derek Stepan, J.T. Miller, Montreal Canadiens

New Jersey Devils right wing Stephen Gionta is hit into the boards by Montreal Canadiens defenseman Andrei Markov during the second period at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)
New Jersey Devils right wing Stephen Gionta is hit into the boards by Montreal Canadiens defenseman Andrei Markov during the second period at Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports (Ed Mulholland)

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Alex Galchenyuk and Sven Andrighetto scored in regulation and again in the shootout and the Montreal Canadiens rallied from a two-goal deficit to beat the New Jersey Devils 3-2 on Friday night for their fourth straight win.

Mike Condon started for the injured Carey Price and preserved the win by stopping Patrik Elias with his pad on the Devils' fifth attempt in the shootout. He finished with 25 saves, the same as the Devils' Cory Schneider.

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New Jersey Devils head coach John Hynes on his bench against the Calgary Flames during the second period at Scotiabank Saddledome. Calgary Flames won 3-2. (Sergei Belski)
New Jersey Devils head coach John Hynes on his bench against the Calgary Flames during the second period at Scotiabank Saddledome. Calgary Flames won 3-2. (Sergei Belski)

(AP) -- The Montreal Canadiens are back to their winning ways and Carey Price is again dealing with a nagging lower-body injury.

Though it's uncertain how much time their star goaltender could miss, Price won't be in net when the visiting Canadiens try for a fourth straight victory Friday night in the opener of a home-and-home series with the New Jersey Devils.

Playing his third game since missing nine in a row, Price left after two periods when he re-aggravated that injury in Wednesday's 5-1 win over the New York Rangers. His right leg appeared to bend awkwardly at one point in the second.

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Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price (31) (Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports)
Montreal Canadiens goalie Carey Price (31) (Sergei Belski-USA TODAY Sports)

The Islanders welcome the Canadiens to Brooklyn for a 7 p.m. game on Friday.

According to STATS...

  • The Canadiens have won four straight and seven of their last eight meetings against the Islanders, including a 4-1 home victory on November 5. The Isles have been held to just one goal scored in three of their past four games against Montreal.
  • The Canadiens have 16 players who have played in all 20 of the team's games this season -- most in the NHL.
  • Max Pacioretty is currently riding a six-game point streak with three goals and five assists during this stretch. Pacioretty's career high point streak is seven games, which he has done twice.
  • Montreal is in the midst of its fourth set of back-to-back games this season. They are 3-0-0 in the second of back-to-backs so far. In 2014-15, they finished with an 8-4-4 mark in the second game of a back-to-back, which was the NHL's sixth-best record in that category.
  • Kyle Okposo recorded his 200th career assist in the Islanders' 5-2 home win over Arizona on Monday. He had three assists total in the game -- the fourth three assist game of his career.
  • With their win over the Coyotes earlier this week, the Isles improved to 8-2-1 against the Western Conference on the season (8-1-0 in the last 9).Only the New York Rangers (7-1-0) and the Dallas Stars (6-1-0) have better records versus the west.
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The Islanders watched as solid first period effort was squandered by mistakes in the second.

The Montreal Canadiens scored two goals in the second period and defeated the Isles 3-1 in front of a sold out Nassau Coliseum. It was the third straight home game this week that the Islanders have failed to win. Goals by Tomas Plekanec and Max Pacioretty, and stellar goaltending by Carey Price, sealed the home team's fate, despite a late game comeback attempt.

"It was another one of those nights," John Tavares told reporters after the loss. "It was tight, pucks were bouncing it seemed and we were trying to generate some offense. Trying to get to the middle of the ice. Obviously there's a lot being let go and it's tight games. You just have to find a we and right now it's definitely just disappointing.

Tags: Islanders, jack capuano, Montreal Canadiens, new york islanders, News
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It is said that a picture says a thousand words.

One can only begin to imagine eloquent prose that the timeless images of Denis Brodeur express.

Tags: Denis Brodeur, Feature, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, NHL, photography, Read
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Even though the Devils' playoff chances are finished for 2013, we can still look back at some great moments in New Jersey's playoff history.

On April 26...

1997- Martin Brodeur records career playoff shutout No. 5, as the Devils beat the Montreal Canadiens 4-0 in game five, claiming their Eastern Conference quarterfinals series 4-1.

Tags: ADAM HENRIQUE, Florida Panthers, Jamie Langenbrunner, Martin Brodeur, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, New York Rangers, Notes, PATRIK ELIAS, Tampa Bay Lightning
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Links: Pregame thread | Twitter | NHL.com recap

As I said on Twitter postgame, this was an impressive win for a lot of reasons. Yes, the Devils probably should've played like this at some point during their 10-game slide. No, two more wins like this won't drastically change how we look at the season. However, there were bright spots in this game that lend themselves toward a positive look for next season and it's possible missing the playoffs flipped a switch in the psyche of a lot of these players, which is another topic for another day. As for? tonight's game, some thoughts...

Fortitude: At least for me, the most impressive part of tonight's win came after the Canadiens scored two unanswered, the second of which came including one in the final minute of the second period. We've seen the Devils melt down multiple times in that scenario, giving up an early goal in the third and going on to lose in regulation or in extra play. It's been one of my biggest criticisms of this Devils team, particularly during their recent slide. This team lacked a strong enough mental edge to their game to rebound from "woe is us" moments. Tonight, though, they didn't need a timeout to correct them and while they struggled to get shots on net in the third, they still kept the Canadiens at bay for long stretches. Also, the Habs came out in the third and tried to bully the Devils, who fought right back. Ilya Kovalchuk, for one, went right at the Canadiens after he got hit from behind. Kovy's response, along with the the energy he's played with and the way he drives the train (so to speak), has me wondering if it should be Kovalchuk with the captain's "C" next season. I know Salvador is respected in the room and a lot of guys like him, but would it kill them to give it to Kovy and have Salvador take an "A?" I think it would be a wise move that would help shape the team's mindset going into next season. Food for thought.

Tags: Alex Urbom, Andrei Loktionov, Brandon Prust, BRYCE SALVADOR, Canadiens, DAINIUS ZUBRUS, DAVID CLARKSON, Devils, Devs, Habs, Ilya Kovalchuk, JACOB JOSEFSON, Marek Zidlicky, Martin Brodeur, Marty Brodeur, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, PATRIK ELIAS, Pete DeBoer, Editorial Aside, Postgame Thoughts, Stephen Gionta, TRAVIS ZAJAC
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Martin Brodeur and the Devils host the Canadiens in one of their final games of the season.

Who: Montreal Canadiens at New Jersey Devils

When: 7:00 p.m. ET; Pregame show at 6:30 p.m. ET

Tags: Canadiens, Devils, Devs, Gameday, Habs, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils
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Down six points with just six games left, it's time for the Devils to start helping themselves.

We can go over the scenarios every day, but without New Jersey wins it doesn't matter. The Devils are 0-6-4 in their last 10 yet are still mathematically alive.

Tags: Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Florida Panthers, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Ottawa Senators, Philadelphia Flyers, Scoreboard Watching, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals, Winnipeg Jets
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It's going to take an awful lot to get the Devils into the playoffs.

New Jersey clearly can't get into the tournament without winning some games. It also hasn't gotten much help lately.

Still, as it is mathematically possible for the Devils to get in, we keep it up.

Tags: Boston Bruins, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, Ottawa Senators, Phialdelphia Flyers, Scoreboard Watching, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals, Winnipeg Jets
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It's getting late fast for the Devils.

New Jersey's 5-4 loss to Boston Wednesday leaves it in dire straits. The Devils trail the three-way tie for sixth by four points with only eight games left.

The only solace New Jersey can take is it will have destiny in its own hands. The Devils will meet Ottawa Friday in a crucial affair at Prudential Center. Three of New Jersey's final eight will be against the Rangers and Sens.

Tags: Boston Bruins, Buffalo Sabres, Florida Panthers, James Reimer, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Ottawa Senators, Philadelphia Flyers, Scoreboard Watching, Toronto Maple Leafs
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The Toronto Maple Leafs, who seemingly doomed the Devils' playoff hopes just three days ago, have renewed life into New Jersey's postseason chances.

The Leafs' 4-3 regulation win over the Rangers at Air Canada Centre kept New Jersey within two points of both seventh and eighth in the East with only 18 regular-season days remaining.

With New Jersey idle again tonight, the team and fans can root for the Flyers and Lightning. Philadelphia, still clinging to faint-playoff life, will be on Long Island for a date with the Isles. Tampa Bay, meanwhile, will try to deal the reeling Senators their fifth-straight loss.

Tags: Buffalo Sabres, Carolina Hurricanes, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Scoreboard Watching, Tampa Bay Lightning, Toronto Maple Leafs, Washington Capitals, Winnipeg Jets
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It's not hyperbole to call Thursday the NHL's biggest day to date.

The trade deadline is behind us, and with only 11-13 games left, there are seven teams within five points of the East's Nos. 7 and 8 seeds.

When you consider that five of those seven are in action tonight-- plus the Southeast Division-leading Jets-- it makes for a huge night on the ice.

Tags: Carolina Hurricanes, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, Philadelphia Flyers, Scoreboard Watching, Tampa Bay Lightning, Washington Capitals, Winnipeg Jets
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Thanks to tiebreakers, the Devils are still in the No. 7 spot, but the Islanders and Rangers are catching up fast.

The Caps, keyed by Alexander Ovechkin's three-point game, crept to within three points of the eighth spot, and are only two points back of No. 3 Winnipeg for the Southeast Division lead.

Tags: Alexander Ovechkin, Carolina Hurricanes, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins, Scoreboard Watching, Washington Capitals, Winnipeg Jets
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So Martin Brodeur scored a goal last night.

You think it's a great accomplishment? Ok, it IS a great accomplishment for any netminder to be credited with a goal.

Here are five other great goals by goalies.

Tags: Cam Ward, Carolina Hurricanes, Chris Osgood, Evgeni Nabakov, From The Stands, Hartford Whalers, Martin Brodeur, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, Philadelphia Flyers, Ron Hextall, Vancouver Canucks, Washington Capitals
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Four years ago today, Martin Brodeur etched a place in NHL history with his 552nd win.

Three Stanley Cups, four Vezina Trophies, five Jennings Trophies, plus a slew of awards and accomplishments have helped cement Martin Brodeur as one of the NHL's all-time greatest goaltenders.

But four years ago today, Brodeur staked a claim to No. 1.

Tags: Brian Gionta, Carolina Hurricanes, Chicago Blackhawks, Colorado Avalanche, Detroit Red Wings, From The Stands, Martin Brodeur, Montreal Canadiens, PATRIK ELIAS, Pittsburgh Penguins, Scott Clemmensen, Sidney Crosby, Troy Brouwer
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The Devils will be without two forwards for their game Saturday against Montreal.

https://twitter.com/NHLDevils/status/313037908384808961

We kind of thought New Jersey would be without Loktionov tonight-- less than 24 hours from leaving the game in Philadelphia. Harri Pesonen will make his NHL debut and play on a line with Patrik Elias and David Clarkson.

Tags: Andrei Loktionov, Breaking News, Harri Pesonen, Injury Report, Krystofer Barch, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, Stefan Matteau
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  • News and notes surrounding New Jersey's dominant 5-2 win over Philadelphia last night (NHL.com) (NJ.com) (NorthJersey.com)
  • Krys Barch was injured last night during the third period of New Jersey's win, but Danny Briere was nice enough to apologize for the dangerous check? (NJ.com)
  • Andrei Loktionov had another stellar game (Fire & Ice).
  • In the Eastern Conference's only other game, Montreal beat Ottawa 4-3 in a shootout (NHL.com).
Tags: ADAM HENRIQUE, Andrei Loktionov, Around The Links, Danny Briere, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, Ottawa Senators, Philadelphia Flyers

The Devils visit Montreal in their first road game.

Who: New Jersey Devils at Montreal Canadiens

When: 6:00 p.m. ET; Pregame show at 5:30 p.m. ET

Tags: Canadiens, Devils, Devs, Gameday, Habs, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils
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Via everyone on Twitter today, the NHL and NHLPA agreed to tweak the compliance buyouts clause in the new CBA. The adjusted rule means teams can buy out players before Saturday's opener but still take the salary cap hit this season. Scott Gomez is almost 100 percent likely to be bought out by Montreal and he'll become an UFA once he passes through waivers (which he will). So the question is, do you want Scott Gomez back on the Devils?

[polldaddy poll=6832415]

Tags: buyout, From The Stands, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, Scott Gomez

Martin Brodeur got his 21st win of the season in a 21 save effort against his hometown Montreal Canadiens. It could be Brodeur's last time playing in Montreal should he retire at the end of the season. The win moves the Devils into 4th place in the East conference and puts the Devils 9 points behind the conference leading New York Rangers.
Tags: Martin Brodeur, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, Photo of the Game, SNY

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Here is the hit that took Larsson out of yesterday's game against the Montreal Canadiens. It was a clean hit by Subban who happened to catch Larsson as he was about to toe drag. Rookie mistake by Larsson. Give it a look.

Tags: Adam Larsson, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, NHL, PK Subban, SNY, Watch, watch

Hockey Buzz has a series of questions that surround the New Jersey Devils. They are great questions that really make you think about the Devils and the current state they are in. ?I will answer those questions...

"1.?Will the Devils finish in the top-six of the Eastern Conference, and why or why not?"

Tags: Adam Larsson, Boston Bruins, Carolina Hurricanes, Discuss, Hockey Buzz, Ilya Kovalchuk, Johan Hedberg, Keith Kinkaid, Martin Brodeur, Montreal Canadiens, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, Read, SNY, Tampa Bay Lightning, Zach Parise
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