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Video- Patrik Elias Hand Pass Bounces Off Of Kari Lehtonen To Damien Brunner - Goal

You would think the goal would not be allowed but truthfully I don't know the rule on this.

The NHL Situation Room only ruled on this and no mention of a hand pass....

Situation Room initiated a video review to further examine a play at the Dallas net. Video review showed that the net was displaced after the puck crossed the Stars goal line. According to Rule 78.4 "The goal frame shall be considered in its proper position when at least a portion of the flexible peg(s) are still inside both the goal post and the hole in the ice". Good goal New Jersey.

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Jordin Tootoo’s Life On Ice

from Jeff Z. Klein of the New York Times,

 It is a long way from Nunavut to Newark.

For Jordin Tootoo, that unusual journey took him from the tundra through junior hockey stardom, a brother’s suicide, struggles with alcoholism and eight seasons as a fast-living fan favorite with the Nashville Predators.

Now Tootoo, the only Inuk to play in the N.H.L., is a little-used 5-foot-9 forward trying to extend his career with the Devils.

He tells the story of that journey in “All the Way: My Life on Ice,” an autobiography written with the prominent Canadian sportswriter Stephen Brunt that was published this week.

“I am very honored to be a role model for the North and for the aboriginal community,” Tootoo, 31, said during an interview after a Devils practice last week. “And for me to open up and tell my story may inspire others from small towns or in the North who face some of the same problems I’ve had.”

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Video- Great Opening Night Presentation By The New Jersey Devils

Impressive.

 

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Getting Excited About The New Jersey Devils?

from Rich Chere of NJ Advance Media,

Is there reason for Devils fans to be excited about their team now that the home opener is just hours away?

The players think so.

“Yeah. I think we have a good foundation here, starting with the back end,” goalie Cory Schneider said. “There are the young guys on the blue line and myself. Hopefully I’ll be here for a long time.

“I think it is something to look forward to. We made a couple nice additions up front. Cammi (Mike Cammalleri) has been hot at the start and we’ve needed every single one of his goals so far.

“We liked our team last year. We just didn’t quite get the breaks. I think we really feel we’re a better team and we’re better for having gone through what we did last year.”

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Video- Cory Schneider With The Bad Goal Of The Night

Tough night for Schneider.

 

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Video- Martin Havlat Suffered Some Facial Cuts

from Tom Gulitti of Fire & Ice,

Devils left wing Martin Havlat required a significant amount of stitches on his upper lip and bridge of his nose after being cut on a check by Jason Chimera in the second period of tonight's 6-2 loss in Washington.

Havlat was not available to speak to the media after the game, but walked to the team bus on his own when he finally emerged from the locker room nearly an hour after the game ended. 

Havlat apparently had to have much of his upper lip stitched back together. It is also possible his nose was broken.  His visor apparently contributed to his cuts.

The Devils provided no update on his condition.

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Video- Jaromir Jagr Passes Steve Yzerman On All-Time Point List

With an assist on a goal by Mike Cammalleri, Jaromir Jagr passed Steve Yzerman (1755 pts.) on the all-time point list and is now the 6th highest scoring player in NHL history.

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The Latest On Jordin Tootoo and Scott Gomex With The New Jersey Devils

from Rich Chere of NJ Advance Media,

The Devils plan to sign winger Jordin Tootoo to a contract Tuesday, but have asked center Scott Gomez to remain with the club as an unsigned player until a spot on the roster opens.

GM Lou Lamoriello said Steve Bernier and Cam Janssen, who did not practice with the Devils Tuesday, will be assigned to Albany (AHL) if they clear waivers at noon.

Defenseman Peter Harrold, who is practicing, is also on waivers....

Lamoriello does not expect any problems signing Tootoo.

“We will be sitting down with Tootoo some time today. He has not signed a contract to this point,” the GM said. “We have had preliminary discussions. Nothing concrete.

“As far as Scotty, we will recommend that he stays and practices like a taxi squad practice. We have had that conversation. If you remember in the past, Tommy Albelin did that. Scotty has had a tremendous camp. He is in great shape and has shown he can still play, but right now there is no roster spot in that role that he has.”

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Ryan Carter Waiting For A Contract Offer From The New Jersey Devils

from Rich Chere of NJ Advance Media,

Ryan Carter came to training camp without a contract on the faith that the Devils wanted him back for another season and would eventually find room on the roster to sign him.

That has been the indication from general manager Lou Lamoriello all summer and into the fall. But Carter, who never even signed a tryout contract, is losing hope.

“I can’t say that I’m optimistic. I don’t think I can say I’m the opposite, but I can’t say I’m optimistic,” Carter told NJ Advance Media.

The 31-year-old forward has appeared in three preseason games, but so far he hasn’t been offered contract. He is getting to the point where he needs to get some answers.

“I left it alone for a while. We’re obviously running out of time here,” Carter said.

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What Do You Think Of The Yellow Boards?

from Tom Gulitti of Fire & Ice,

If you were at Prudential Center tonight, you probably noticed the boards had a yellow tint to them. That was for a test the NHL was doing with a green screen-type system that shows different CGI ads on the boards during television broadcasts.

There was no telecast of tonight’s game, but a couple of times the ads showed up on the replays shown on the scoreboard’s video screen. (I saw one with a red McDonald’s ad that wrapped completely around the end boards). Otherwise, the CGI ads are not visible to those in the arena. (There are the regular ads on the board that you normally see, though.)

The CGI ad itself looked odd on the replay on the video screen, but not as odd as the yellowish boards themselves. Those appeared as if someone ran a yellow highlighter marker over them....

“I don’t like that,” Zajac said. “Is it going to stay like that? I didn’t like it, hated it actually. I thought it was stupid. It doesn’t look right. You get used to it, but I still don’t like looking at it. That’s my opinion.”

a bit more and a review of the Devils game last night...

 

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