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Devils earn No. 2 seed in East with empty-net goal

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Jamie Langenbrunner scored an empty-net, power-play goal with 3 seconds left and the New Jersey Devils earned the No. 2 playoff seed in the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday.
The Sabres needed to win the game in <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>nfl jerseys</a> regulation to earn the No. 2 seed and they pulled goalie Patrick Lalime with about 10 seconds to go to put an extra skater on the ice.
It backfired seconds later when Langenbrunner took a pass from Zach Parise and found the empty net.
Travis Zajac also scored and Martin Brodeur stopped 22 shots, including a great leg save on Toni Lydman with 2:35 to play. The Devils will meet seventh-seeded Philadelphia in the opening round of the playoffs. The Flyers beat New Jersey in five of six games this season.
Thomas Vanek scored his fifth goal in two days for the Northeast Division champion Sabres, who wound up with the No. 3 seed in the East and will play sixth-seeded Boston in the first round. The Bruins won the season series 4-2.
By yielding only one goal, Brodeur wrapped up his fifth William M. Jennings Trophy for fewest goals allowed. New Jersey gave up an NHL-low 191 goals this season.
Lalime, who got the start with the Sabres electing to give Ryan Miller an extra day off before the playoffs, and Brodeur were both outstanding in the third period.
Lalime made 33 saves, including two great stops on David Clarkson, one on Patrik Elias and one on Langenbrunner in the final period.
Besides the stop on Lydman, Brodeur made a terrific stop on a power-play deflection by Derek Roy in the opening minutes of the final period.
Penalties hurt the Sabres in the final minutes, though. Steve Montador was called for holding at 17:37 and Mike Grier also was whistled for holding with a minute to go, giving New Jersey a two-man advantage for 36 seconds, virtually assuring it the No. 2 seed.
Zajac, who had three assists Saturday night when the Devils wrapped up their second straight Atlantic Division title, tied the game 1-all at 6:27 of the second by putting a rebound past Lalime, who <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>soccer jerseys</a> started for only the third time in 16 games.
Lalime stopped defenseman Paul Martin's shot from the point, but Ilya Kovalchuk nudged the rebound to Zajac, who fired his 25th goal of the season into an open net.
Vanek, who had a career-high four goals Saturday night in a win over Ottawa, beat Brodeur in close at 1:10 of the second. Roy did most of the work, collecting the rebound of Tim Kennedy's shot behind the net and finding Vanek on the edge of the crease for an easy goal.
NOTES: New York Jets coach Rex Ryan was at the game, wearing a Devils jersey. ... With D Colin White given the game off, Zajac was the only Devil to play all 82 regular-season games. D Henrik Tallinder, RW Jason Pominville and rookie D Tyler Myers played in all 82 for the Sabres. ... The teams split the season series 2-2. ... The public address system went down for about 10 minutes in <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>soccer jerseys</a>the second period.

(Copyright 2010 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)
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Sunday, 11-Jul-2010 14:53 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Devils earn No. 2 seed in East with empty-net goal

[code]NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Jamie Langenbrunner scored an empty-net, power-play goal with 3 seconds left and the New Jersey Devils earned the No. 2 playoff seed in the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday.
The Sabres needed to win the game in <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>nfl jerseys</a> regulation to earn the No. 2 seed and they pulled goalie Patrick Lalime with about 10 seconds to go to put an extra skater on the ice.
It backfired seconds later when Langenbrunner took a pass from Zach Parise and found the empty net.
Travis Zajac also scored and Martin Brodeur stopped 22 shots, including a great leg save on Toni Lydman with 2:35 to play. The Devils will meet seventh-seeded Philadelphia in the opening round of the playoffs. The Flyers beat New Jersey in five of six games this season.
Thomas Vanek scored his fifth goal in two days for the Northeast Division champion Sabres, who wound up with the No. 3 seed in the East and will play sixth-seeded Boston in the first round. The Bruins won the season series 4-2.
By yielding only one goal, Brodeur wrapped up his fifth William M. Jennings Trophy for fewest goals allowed. New Jersey gave up an NHL-low 191 goals this season.
Lalime, who got the start with the Sabres electing to give Ryan Miller an extra day off before the playoffs, and Brodeur were both outstanding in the third period.
Lalime made 33 saves, including two great stops on David Clarkson, one on Patrik Elias and one on Langenbrunner in the final period.
Besides the stop on Lydman, Brodeur made a terrific stop on a power-play deflection by Derek Roy in the opening minutes of the final period.
Penalties hurt the Sabres in the final minutes, though. Steve Montador was called for holding at 17:37 and Mike Grier also was whistled for holding with a minute to go, giving New Jersey a two-man advantage for 36 seconds, virtually assuring it the No. 2 seed.
Zajac, who had three assists Saturday night when the Devils wrapped up their second straight Atlantic Division title, tied the game 1-all at 6:27 of the second by putting a rebound past Lalime, who <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>soccer jerseys</a> started for only the third time in 16 games.
Lalime stopped defenseman Paul Martin's shot from the point, but Ilya Kovalchuk nudged the rebound to Zajac, who fired his 25th goal of the season into an open net.
Vanek, who had a career-high four goals Saturday night in a win over Ottawa, beat Brodeur in close at 1:10 of the second. Roy did most of the work, collecting the rebound of Tim Kennedy's shot behind the net and finding Vanek on the edge of the crease for an easy goal.
NOTES: New York Jets coach Rex Ryan was at the game, wearing a Devils jersey. ... With D Colin White given the game off, Zajac was the only Devil to play all 82 regular-season games. D Henrik Tallinder, RW Jason Pominville and rookie D Tyler Myers played in all 82 for the Sabres. ... The teams split the season series 2-2. ... The public address system went down for about 10 minutes in <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>soccer jerseys</a>the second period.

(Copyright 2010 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)


Saturday, 10-Jul-2010 14:45 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Devils earn No. 2 seed in East with empty-net goal

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Jamie Langenbrunner scored an empty-net, power-play goal with 3 seconds left and the New Jersey Devils earned the No. 2 playoff seed in the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday.
The Sabres needed to win the game in <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>nfl jerseys</a> regulation to earn the No. 2 seed and they pulled goalie Patrick Lalime with about 10 seconds to go to put an extra skater on the ice.
It backfired seconds later when Langenbrunner took a pass from Zach Parise and found the empty net.
Travis Zajac also scored and Martin Brodeur stopped 22 shots, including a great leg save on Toni Lydman with 2:35 to play. The Devils will meet seventh-seeded Philadelphia in the opening round of the playoffs. The Flyers beat New Jersey in five of six games this season.
Thomas Vanek scored his fifth goal in two days for the Northeast Division champion Sabres, who wound up with the No. 3 seed in the East and will play sixth-seeded Boston in the first round. The Bruins won the season series 4-2.
By yielding only one goal, Brodeur wrapped up his fifth William M. Jennings Trophy for fewest goals allowed. New Jersey gave up an NHL-low 191 goals this season.
Lalime, who got the start with the Sabres electing to give Ryan Miller an extra day off before the playoffs, and Brodeur were both outstanding in the third period.
Lalime made 33 saves, including two great stops on David Clarkson, one on Patrik Elias and one on Langenbrunner in the final period.
Besides the stop on Lydman, Brodeur made a terrific stop on a power-play deflection by Derek Roy in the opening minutes of the final period.
Penalties hurt the Sabres in the final minutes, though. Steve Montador was called for holding at 17:37 and Mike Grier also was whistled for holding with a minute to go, giving New Jersey a two-man advantage for 36 seconds, virtually assuring it the No. 2 seed.
Zajac, who had three assists Saturday night when the Devils wrapped up their second straight Atlantic Division title, tied the game 1-all at 6:27 of the second by putting a rebound past Lalime, who <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>soccer jerseys</a> started for only the third time in 16 games.
Lalime stopped defenseman Paul Martin's shot from the point, but Ilya Kovalchuk nudged the rebound to Zajac, who fired his 25th goal of the season into an open net.
Vanek, who had a career-high four goals Saturday night in a win over Ottawa, beat Brodeur in close at 1:10 of the second. Roy did most of the work, collecting the rebound of Tim Kennedy's shot behind the net and finding Vanek on the edge of the crease for an easy goal.
NOTES: New York Jets coach Rex Ryan was at the game, wearing a Devils jersey. ... With D Colin White given the game off, Zajac was the only Devil to play all 82 regular-season games. D Henrik Tallinder, RW Jason Pominville and rookie D Tyler Myers played in all 82 for the Sabres. ... The teams split the season series 2-2. ... The public address system went down for about 10 minutes in <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>soccer jerseys</a>the second period.

(Copyright 2010 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)


Saturday, 10-Jul-2010 12:00 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Devils earn No. 2 seed in East with empty-net goal

[code]NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Jamie Langenbrunner scored an empty-net, power-play goal with 3 seconds left and the New Jersey Devils earned the No. 2 playoff seed in the Eastern Conference with a 2-1 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Sunday.
The Sabres needed to win the game in <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>nfl jerseys</a> regulation to earn the No. 2 seed and they pulled goalie Patrick Lalime with about 10 seconds to go to put an extra skater on the ice.
It backfired seconds later when Langenbrunner took a pass from Zach Parise and found the empty net.
Travis Zajac also scored and Martin Brodeur stopped 22 shots, including a great leg save on Toni Lydman with 2:35 to play. The Devils will meet seventh-seeded Philadelphia in the opening round of the playoffs. The Flyers beat New Jersey in five of six games this season.
Thomas Vanek scored his fifth goal in two days for the Northeast Division champion Sabres, who wound up with the No. 3 seed in the East and will play sixth-seeded Boston in the first round. The Bruins won the season series 4-2.
By yielding only one goal, Brodeur wrapped up his fifth William M. Jennings Trophy for fewest goals allowed. New Jersey gave up an NHL-low 191 goals this season.
Lalime, who got the start with the Sabres electing to give Ryan Miller an extra day off before the playoffs, and Brodeur were both outstanding in the third period.
Lalime made 33 saves, including two great stops on David Clarkson, one on Patrik Elias and one on Langenbrunner in the final period.
Besides the stop on Lydman, Brodeur made a terrific stop on a power-play deflection by Derek Roy in the opening minutes of the final period.
Penalties hurt the Sabres in the final minutes, though. Steve Montador was called for holding at 17:37 and Mike Grier also was whistled for holding with a minute to go, giving New Jersey a two-man advantage for 36 seconds, virtually assuring it the No. 2 seed.
Zajac, who had three assists Saturday night when the Devils wrapped up their second straight Atlantic Division title, tied the game 1-all at 6:27 of the second by putting a rebound past Lalime, who <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>soccer jerseys</a> started for only the third time in 16 games.
Lalime stopped defenseman Paul Martin's shot from the point, but Ilya Kovalchuk nudged the rebound to Zajac, who fired his 25th goal of the season into an open net.
Vanek, who had a career-high four goals Saturday night in a win over Ottawa, beat Brodeur in close at 1:10 of the second. Roy did most of the work, collecting the rebound of Tim Kennedy's shot behind the net and finding Vanek on the edge of the crease for an easy goal.
NOTES: New York Jets coach Rex Ryan was at the game, wearing a Devils jersey. ... With D Colin White given the game off, Zajac was the only Devil to play all 82 regular-season games. D Henrik Tallinder, RW Jason Pominville and rookie D Tyler Myers played in all 82 for the Sabres. ... The teams split the season series 2-2. ... The public address system went down for about 10 minutes in <a href=http://www.new-jerseys.com/>soccer jerseys</a>the second period.

(Copyright 2010 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)


Friday, 9-Jul-2010 14:01 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Datsyuk, Detroit end Coyotes' season with 6-1

GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) - The Detroit Red Wings spoiled the big party in Arizona, bringing the Phoenix Coyotes back to Earth with a resounding thud in a 6-1 rout in Game 7 of their first-round playoff series on Tuesday night.
Pavel Datsyuk scored twice in a span of less than two minutes and Nicklas Lidstrom had two goals a day shy of <a href=http://new-jerseys.com/>nhl jerseys</a> his 40th birthday for the Red Wings. Detroit, a Stanley Cup finalist the past two seasons, won in Arizona for the third time in the series to advance to a Western Conference second-round matchup with top-seeded San Jose.
Vernon Fiddler scored the Coyotes' only goal on a second-period faceoff.
The fifth-seeded Red Wings bombarded goalie Ilya Bryzgalov from the start, outshooting Phoenix 50-33, including 39-21 in the first two periods. Bryzgalov held on through a scoreless first period, but Detroit scored four goals in the second en route to its first Game 7 win on the road in 46 years.
Jimmy Howard made 32 saves for the Red Wings.
Coyotes captain Shane Doan, the only player still around who was on the team when Phoenix last made the playoffs in 2002, missed his fourth straight game with an upper body injury.
The Red Wings had blown a chance to clinch the series at home on Sunday, when the fourth-seeded Coyotes won 5-2. That set up the decisive game in Glendale, where a capacity white-clad crowd anticipated something much different than the Detroit drubbing that unfolded before them.
It was an anticlimactic ending for a team that opened its training camp without an owner or coach.
The Coyotes still are owned by the NHL, which bought the team out of bankruptcy and is trying to work out a sale to a group headed by Chicago sports mogul Jerry Reinsdorf.
After beginning the season playing in a mostly empty arena, the Coyotes kept winning, setting a <a href=http://new-jerseys.com/>mlb jerseys</a>franchise record for victories and points under coach Dave Tippett. The crowds kept growing, and by the time the season ended it was a loud, raucous environment.
None of that mattered to the veteran Red Wings, who outshot Phoenix 17-6 in the first period. Bryzgalov somehow deflected several drives from point-blank range, but it was only a matter of time for Detroit.
Datsyuk scored a power-play goal barely 2 minutes into the second period, then 1:41 later, he took a brilliant pass from Henrik Zetterberg for a breakaway goal and it was 2-0.
Fiddler's unassisted goal, on a faceoff with Datsyuk, brought the crowd back to life for a short while. The puck went under Datsyuk and between the legs of Howard to make it 2-1 with 11:37 left in the second period. But Lidstrom's slap shot from in front made it 3-1. In a play that exemplified the game, Phoenix failed to get a shot off in 1:12 of a two-man advantage, and Brad Stuart scored seconds after coming out of the penalty box to make it 4-1 just 5 seconds before the second period ended.
Todd Bertuzzi and Lidstrom added third-period goals to complete the blowout. Phoenix was 0 of 5 on power plays to Detroit's 3 of 6.
NOTES: Datsyuk has won the Selke Award for the league's best defensive forward the past two years and is a finalist again this season. ... Detroit improved to 2-5 in its last seven games when facing elimination. ... The Red Wings were 3-0-1 against San Jose in <a href=http://new-jerseys.com/>nba jerseys</a> the regular season. ... Phoenix was 0 of 23 on power plays in Games 2, 3, 4, 5 and 7. ... Detroit's previous Game 7 win on the road was at Chicago in the Stanley Cup semifinals in 1964.

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