David Clarkson provided the offense and Martin Brodeur’s earned his fifth shutout of the season and 115th of his career. ven if the New Jersey Devils (34-34-4) miss the playoffs for the first time since 1995-96 season they won’t be going quietly. The Devils, who have 10 games left, were on a 23-3-2 tear before back-to-back losses to Ottawa and Washington eliminated any room for error.
New Posts to Hype
- The Tarnished Shield
- Should Roger Goodell Step Down?
- MLB Rumors: Will Boston Red Sox Trade Yoenis Cespedes If Unable To Extend His Contract?
- NFL Rumors: Will Oakland Raiders Hire Jon Gruden To Replace Fired Head Coach Dennis Allen?
- Packers Notebook: Inside the Numbers in the Packers win over the Bears
- Jonathan Lucroy finds a home at second base
- My Thoughts on Ray Rice
- Growing Up a Student of Derek Jeter’s