Eastern Conference

Devils Re-Sign Greene and Hedberg

The Devils did not plan on getting mixed up with the free agency frenzy this summer.  Instead, their focus has been on re-signing defenseman Andy Greene (to a 4-year contract) and backup goaltender Johan Hedber...

An Open Letter to Claude Julien

Dear Claude Julien, I’m sorry. In December, I called for you to be fired when I saw the awful power play. The defensive style drove me nuts. The way you had your defense stay back once you got a lead and let...

Rangers Top Habs, Net Five in First

May 19, 2011 In an already intense Original Six match-up against the Montreal Canadiens, New York Rangers’ winger Brandon Prust decided to deliver a new level of intensity one second into the game by dropping ...

Retro Rangers: Stemmer’s Goal

After beating Toronto four games to two in the opening round of the 1971 Stanley Cup Playoffs, the Rangers next opponent was the Chicago Black Hawks who had finished first in the Western Division with 107 p...

Retro Rangers: Keep the Mask!

Win or lose, the Rangers have given their fans countless Stanley Cup playoff memories that will last a lifetime and the 1970/71 postseason was no exception. In fact two of the most memorable episodes in Ran...

The Final Win of the Season

The Devils ended the season with a 3-2 win over the Boston Bruins on home ice Sunday afternoon.  The last game of the season wasn’t only a pleasant win, but it was always one marked with newsworthy elements. ...

Rangers and Caps Meet Again

If the Washington Capitals learned anything from last year’s first-round playoff upset, it is to not take opponents for granted. This is a lesson the Caps will need to bring to the table as they face the No. 8 ...

Habs End Devils’ Playoff Hopes

Everyone knew that the Devils had a slim chance of making the playoffs after going 5-4-1 in the last 10 games prior to their match against the Montreal Canadiens on Saturday night. Their final hope was getting ...

Elias’ Trick Keeps Devils Alive

Little Sophia Gabriella Elias may not know what that round black object is now, but someday she will. Someday she’ll hear the story of how it came to be in her possession. “It’s going to be a while before sh...

Retro Rangers: Plante Didn’t Bloom on Broadway

Jacques Plante was one of the greatest goaltenders to ever strap on a pair of pads. But when he came to the Rangers in a blockbuster 1963 trade it became all too apparent that on most nights, he like any ot...