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Martin Brodeur to start Devils' season finale

Saturday, 04.12.2014 / 3:33 PM / News

NHL.com

Goaltender Martin Brodeur will make potentially the last start of his NHL career with the New Jersey Devils on Sunday in the season finale against the Boston Bruins at Prudential Center.

"[Coach Peter DeBoer] asked me if I wanted to play and, to a certain extent, I’ll never say I don’t want to play if I’m healthy enough and feel good enough," Brodeur told Northjersey.com. "So, I’m happy I’m going to be in the net."

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Benn-Seguin duo leads reasons why Stars clinched

Saturday, 04.12.2014 / 11:12 AM / Drive to the Playoffs

Dan Rosen - NHL.com Senior Writer

The Dallas Stars hung around the Stanley Cup Playoff race the past couple of seasons, only to fall apart before crossing the finish line. They did the exact opposite this season.

Dallas earned its first trip to the Stanley Cup Playoffs since 2008 by going 8-4-0 its past 12 games. The Phoenix Coyotes also did their part to assist the Stars by going winless in their past six games (0-3-3), opening the door for Dallas to get the "X" next to its name in the standings after a 3-0 win against the St. Louis Blues on Friday night.

The Stars are the second wild-card team in the Western Conference. They will play the team with the most points in the Western Conference, either the Colorado Avalanche or the Anaheim Ducks.

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Lightning's Malone arrested on pair of charges

Saturday, 04.12.2014 / 11:04 AM / News

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Tampa Bay Lightning left wing Ryan Malone was arrested Saturday morning, charged with driving under the influence and possession of cocaine.

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Tapped In: Rookie Krug finding Boston to his liking

Saturday, 04.12.2014 / 3:00 AM / Tapped In

Kathryn Tappen - NHL.com Contributor

NHL fans may not have known the name Torey Krug prior to the Stanley Cup Playoffs last spring, but they certainly do now. The Boston Bruins defenseman made his mark after being called up from their American Hockey League team, the Providence Bruins, in the 2013 postseason, when Krug became the first rookie defenseman in the history of the NHL to score four goals in his first five playoff games. Hoping to make another long postseason run, Krug shared what he’s thinking this year, how he endeared himself to his new teammates early on, and what his biggest role is in the locker room.

Kathryn Tappen: First off, happy birthday! April 12 is a good day.

Torey Krug: Thanks, 23. I’m getting old!

KT: What’s this I hear you are in charge of bringing magazines to the rink every month? What are the job requirements for that gig?

TK: [laughs] That’s a rookie duty. You got to make sure the guys are entertained. I bring magazines like Men’s Fitness, the fashion magazines. Guys are into the muscle cars, and any time you bring Golf Digest it will capture the guys’ attention.

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Trevor Daley happy to be back in playoffs with Stars

Saturday, 04.12.2014 / 1:22 AM / News

Steve Hunt - NHL.com Correspondent

DALLAS -- It's been quite a while since Trevor Daley experienced playoff hockey -- six years to be exact. He's the longest-tenured member of the Dallas Stars and the only player on the current roster who was a member of the last Dallas team to qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs, in 2008. So the sense of relief he expressed following a 3-0 playoff-clinching win against the St. Louis Blues on Friday night was understandable.

"It's a great feeling," Daley said. "We've been battling hard for a long time. It's just kind of like a little bit of a relief and we could go in knowing that the next game that we're in and get ready for the playoffs.

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Playing in Devils' finale could be up to Brodeur

Saturday, 04.12.2014 / 12:50 AM / NHL Insider

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer

Martin Brodeur
Goalie - NJD
RECORD: 18-14-6
GAA: 2.52 | SVP: 0.901

NEWARK, N.J. -- The chances New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur will get one final start before the conclusion of the season look pretty good.

At least that's what Devils coach Peter DeBoer would like to see transpire Sunday when the Devils close their 2013-14 schedule against the Boston Bruins at Prudential Center.

It will give fans one more opportunity to chant Brodeur's name and applaud the effort one final time if it is his curtain call for the only organization he's played for the past 20 seasons.

"Every time I play it could be my last game," Brodeur said following a 3-2 shootout loss to the New York Islanders on Friday. "That's the way I kind of approach it."

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Stanley Cup Playoff participants set

Saturday, 04.12.2014 / 12:29 AM / News

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The pairings haven't been determined, but the 16 participants in this year's Stanley Cup Playoffs are set.

The Dallas Stars grabbed the final available position, the second wild-card spot in the Western Conference, when they beat the St. Louis Blues 3-0 on Friday night in front of a sellout crowd at American Airlines Center.

The Stars' victory brought an end to the Phoenix Coyotes' playoff hopes.

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BC stars Gaudreau and Arnold sign with Flames

Friday, 04.11.2014 / 11:19 PM / News

Boston College teammates Johnny Gaudreau and Bill Arnold signed entry-level contracts with the Calgary Flames on Friday following the conclusion of their NCAA careers. The signings were announced after Gaudreau was named the winner of the Hobey Baker Award, given each year to the top player in Division I.

Gaudreau, a fourth-round pick (No. 104) in the 2011 NHL Draft, led the NCAA with 36 goals, 44 assists and 80 points. The 5-foot-7, 150-pound junior forward had a goal and two assists Thursday, when the Eagles lost 5-4 to Union College in the semifinals at the Frozen Four.

Arnold, a senior, was a fourth-round pick (No. 8) by the Flames in 2010. He had 14 goals and 53 points for BC this season, much of which was spent on a line centering for Gaudreau and Kevin Hayes, the Chicago Blackhawks' first pick (No. 24) in 2010.

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Carolina's Andrej Sekera has abdominal surgery

Friday, 04.11.2014 / 9:17 PM / News

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Carolina Hurricanes defenseman Andrej Sekera had abdominal surgery Friday in Philadelphia.

The Hurricanes said his expected recovery time is about six weeks.

Sekera, 27, leads Carolina defensemen with 44 points (11 goals), third on the team, although he hasn't played since April 1.

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Chico Resch announces he'll retire as Devils analyst

Friday, 04.11.2014 / 8:48 PM / News

Mike G. Morreale - NHL.com Staff Writer

NEWARK, N.J. -- Glenn "Chico" Resch announced Friday he is retiring as New Jersey Devils television analyst on MSG Networks after 18 seasons.

Resch, 65, acknowledged during the first intermission of the game against the New York Islanders that his sister-in-law being ill in Minnesota prompted his decision to be with his wife, Diane. His final telecast will be Sunday afternoon when the Devils host the Boston Bruins.

"I never thought of this as a profession because at the end of the day I'm talking about hockey, a sport that I love and have a tremendous amount of respect for," Resch said. "That's why I've always had a special relationship with the people watching on TV and cheering in the arena; I'm an extension of them. I've been lucky to do this for 18 years and I've enjoyed every handshake and conversation I've ever had with Devils fans."

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