Ryane Clowe leaves game with head injury

Left wing Ryane Clowe suffered an apparent head injury during the second period of Monday’s game against the Florida Panthers after hitting the boards with 1:40 left in the frame. The 31-year-old did not return to the game for the third period (Chere, March 31).

Clowe has already missed 32 games this season after he took an elbow to the head on Oct. 13 against the Winnipeg Jets.

Final Score: Islanders 2 – Devils 1 (SO)

The Islanders beat the Devils 2-1 after a shootout on Saturday night.

Adam Henique and Patrik Elias were stopped on the Devils’ shootout attempts.

Cory Schneider let in both shootout shots.

Henrique scored the Devils only goal in regulation in the second period.

Schneider made 19 saves on 20 attempts during regulation and overtime.

For the full recap, visit SNY.tv.


The Devils play the Panthers on Monday night.

Final Score: Coyotes 3 – Devils 2 (Shootout)

In a game that ended in a shootout, the Devils lost 3-2 to the Coyotes on Thursday night at the Prudential Center.

The Coyotes took a 1-0 lead 2:21 into the first period when Kyle Chipchura beat Martin Brodeur.

Chris Summers gave the Coyotes a 2-0 lead when his slap shot got through Brodeur with 3:03 left in the second period.

With 0.3 seconds left in the second period, the Devils cut the lead to 2-1 on a Ryane Clowe deflection.

The Devils tied the game with 9:28 left in the third period when Adam Henrique scored on a wrap-around to make it 2-2.

Mikkel Boedker of the Coyotes scored in the first round of the shootout, and it held up as the game-winning goal.

For the full recap, visit SNY.tv.


The Devils are off Friday.

They visit the Islanders Saturday at 7:00 p.m.

Read: Marty Brodeur takes shots at Sean Avery because of Dancing with the Stars

Originally posted on SNY Rangers Blog:

Marty Brodeur said yesterday that Sean Avery “embarrassed” himself with his performance on Dancing with the Stars. (NJ.com)

Randy Miller quotes Brodeur chuckling and saying, “What more could he do to embarrass himself? There it is!” (NJ.com)

Avery responded on twitter and said:

Avery was on the show representing the charity Friends In Deed.

Avery and Brodeur have a history.

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GEICO SportsNite: Devils playoff push

GEICO SportsNite hears from Peter DeBoer and Martin Brodeur as the Devils look to make a playoff push in their remaining games.

Final Score: Devils 4 – Wild 3 (OT)

The Devils spoiled Zach Parise’s return to New Jersey with a 4-3 overtime win over the Minnesota Wild.

Andy Greene netted a goal two minutes into overtime for the Devils win.

Mark Fayne scored a short-handed goal in the second period and Jaromir Jagr scored a power play goal for the Devs. Michael Ryder scored late in the first period.

The Wild scored three goals in the third period against Cory Schneider. He stopped 20 of 23 shots for the game.

For the full recap, visit SNY.tv.


The Devils play the Rangers on Saturday.

Brodeur criticizes Devils for failing to sign Parise

Former captain Zach Parise is set to return to the Prudential Center for the first time since signing a free agent deal with the Wild after the 2011-2012 season, Devils goalie Martin Brodeur had some pointed words about the club’s failure to sign Parise when they had the chance (Gulitti, March 20).

“We had plenty of chances, we had two years to talk to him and figure out something and we waited and waited and it was too late,” Brodeur said “When you know you have an athlete that is going to be a game breaker and he’s going to be one of the top players and the rules are free agency comes a lot younger than it used to, you have to make commitments. You see around the league some of the guys, the [Steven] Stamkos and etc., they don’t wait. They get them done. And we let him walk to free agency. That’s a decision of the organization, regardless of it was financial at the time with the ownership that we had, but he was our property for a long time and we lost him.”

As far as how the fans will react when Parise returns, Brodeur noted that the fans are “not pretty pleased” with Parise’s decision to leave, but thought the fact that Parise signed with his hometown team might have led to the fans being a bit more understanding.

Parise weighed in Thursday afternoon regarding whether he might have stayed with the Devils had their effort to retain him been stronger.

“That’s too hard to say,” Parise said. “I know Lou [Lamoriello] has his policies and his way of doing things. It’s not as if Lou waited until June 29 or 30 to pick up the phone. We had talked for a long time before then. We had talked even the summer before that. So, I don’t think it’s fair to say Lou waited until the last minute because that wasn’t the case.”

Only six Devils skate at practice

Only six Devils – Damien Brunner, Steve Bernier and Jacob Josefson, defensemen Peter Harrold and Anton Volchenkov and goalie Cory Schneider – skated at practice on Wednesday morning. (Chere, March 19)

The Devils have 13 games left in the season.

Final Score: Bruins 4 – Devils 2

The Bruins beat the Devils 4-2 on Tuesday night.

Patrik Elias scored a power play goal to tie up the game 1-1 in the second period.

Travis Zajac scored in the third period, but by that point it brought the Devils within two goals of the Bruins, 4-2.

Martin Brodeur made 27 saves on 31 shots.

For the full recap, visit SNY.tv.


The Devils play the Wild on Thursday night.