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Zajac's Time in the Spotlight: How a Healthy Zajac Can Help the Devils in 2012-2013

Travis Zajac is given the opportunity to show his abilities in the 2012-2013 season with the departure of Zach Parise. We will look at Zajac's recent production and qualities to assess his future...

Remembering Alexander Vasyunov & His First NHL Goal


In remembering Alexander Vasyunov, who perished in the tragic airplane crash yesterday in Yaroslavl, I recall his brief time as a New Jersey Devil last season and go in depth in one of his...

NJ Devils Goal Breakdown: Zach Parise's Strike on '10-'11 Opening Night


Upon reader request, I break down Zach Parise's goal on opening night of last season. An analysis of the play showed that it was much more than just a shot off a 2-on-1; much more was involved to...

NJ Devils Goal Breakdown: Ilya Kovalchuk's Snipe Past 3 Hurricanes


Based on a reader request, I break down Ilya Kovalchuk's first period goal against the Carolina Hurricanes on 2/16/2011. The shot went past three Hurricanes and a Devil; but the play was much more...

NJ Devils Goal Breakdown: When Ilya Kovalchuk Sank the Penguins in OT


From a reader suggestion, I break down Ilya Kovalchuk's overtime goal against the Penguins on March 4, 2011. In this analysis, I find that Patrik Elias did a lot of the work to make Kovalchuk's...

NJ Devils Goal Breakdown: Vladimir Zharkov's First NHL Goal


In this post, I break down Vladimir Zharkov's first NHL goal. It's an example of how a play can go awry, can be salvaged, and can end up with a goal thanks to some luck and some hard work.

NJ Devils Goal Breakdown: Mattias Tedenby's Backhander from 1/17/11


Two readers on Twitter wanted to see a breakdown of the time Mattias Tedenby scored a backhanded goal against the Islanders on January 17, 2011. I provide the pictures from the video of his...

NJ Devils Goal Breakdown: Ilya Kovalchuk's Breakaway Beauty on 2/18/2011


The New Jersey Devils scored plenty of memorable goals last season that are worth another look. In this post, I breakdown Ilya Kovalchuk's breakaway goal against the NY Rangers to point out the key...

Martin Brodeur GA Review: 2010-11


In concluding the review of all 127 goals allowed by Martin Brodeur, I summarize all of the soft goals, skater errors, and goal locations; and I use that to come to several conclusions on how...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: April 2011


In the final monthly installment of reviewing the goals allowed by Martin Brodeur in 2010-11, I look at the 10 allowed in the short month of April, determine which ones were soft, and which ones...

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