Photo Of The Game: Devils Wrap It Up

The Devils wrapped up their series against the Philadelphia Flyers in 5 games with a 3-1 victory last night. The Devils wait to see who their next opponent is in the Eastern Conference Finals. They will play either the New York Rangers or the Washington Capitals. Swarm it up!

Photo Of The Game: Zajac Wins It In OT!

Travis Zajac saves the Devils season as they win Game 6 in OT thanks to Zajac’s goal. The Devils hope to wrap up the series in Florida on Thursday in game 7 .

Photo Of The Game: Clarkson Keeps Scoring

David Clarkson scored his 23rd goal of the year last night in the Devils 4-3 victory over the Toronto Maple Leafs. Clarkson is having a career year this season in scoring. He has 23 goals and 10 assists. His career highs before that were 17 goals and 15 assists in 08-09. Clarkson has attributed some of his success this season to first year Devils head coach Pete DeBoer, who coached Clarkson in juniors for the Kitchener Rangers.

Photo Of The Game: Brodeur Eyeing Down Montreal

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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.

Photo Of The Game: Celebrating Zubrus

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Dainius Zubrus celebrates Alexei Ponikarovsky’s goal in front of Ducks goaltender Joan’s Hiller. The Devils would go on to defeat the Anaheim Ducks 3-2 in a shoot out last night at the Prudential Center.

Photo Of The Game: Tricky Kovy

Ilya Kovalchuk scored his first hat trick as a Devil in a 4-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres. He also assisted on Petr Sykora’s goal. Kovalchuk has been red hot since the All Star break. Congrats to Kovy on his first New Jersey Devils hat trick.

Photo Of The Game: The Disallowed Goal

As you can see Marion Gaborik is on top of Martin Brodeur as the puck is in the net. The goal was disallowed and Gaborik was penalized with goaltender interference. Obviously it has caused much debate as to whether the goal should have counted. To be honest , I can see it going both ways but 99% of the time the referees are going to side with the goaltender. But these kind of things are a part of the game.