This highlights the Devils road trip from Carolina to Florida to song “Coming Home” by Diddy.
Former ECHL and current New Jersey Devils goaltender Johan Hedberg is The MeiGray Group ECHL Alumnus of the Month for February. The leading distributor of game- worn hockey jerseys and “Official Game-Worn Jersey Source of the ECHL,” MeiGray sold more than 700 game-worn jerseys in 2009-10 and has sold more than 5,500 since it became
Hedberg went 7-1-1 record with a 1.43 goals-against average, .943 save percentage and two shutouts in 10 games, helping the surging Devils (27-31-4) gain 23 of a possible 26 points for the month (11-1-1). Hedberg won each of his first seven starts after Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur suffered a knee sprain Feb. 6 at Montreal,
SECOND STAR – JOHAN HEDBERG, G, NEW JERSEY DEVILS Hedberg posted a 3-0-0 record, 1.00 goals-against average, .956 save percentage and one shutout, helping the Devils (25-30-4) push their record over the second half of the season to an NHL-best 15-1-2. Hedberg stopped 65 of 68 shots last week, beginning with a 25-save performance in
Palmieri scored on a deflection with 5:37 left and Johan Hedberg stopped 19 shots for his 17th NHL shutout as the Devils extended their season-high winning streak to eight with a 1-0 victory over the slumping Dallas Stars on Tuesday night. With newly acquired Dallas defenseman Alex Goligoski in the penalty box for high-sticking, Ilya
Goaltender Johan Hedberg made and won his sixth consecutive start, making 24 saves. Over the six consecutive wins, Hedberg has allowed only seven total goals. “I thought he was steady,” Devils coach Jacques Lemaire said “Every game he’s been in, he’s been good. That’s why we keep going with him.” Hedberg said he wasn’t surprised
At a time when the New Jersey Devils were reeling and just seeking an identity, longtime teammates Ilya Kovalchuk and Johan Hedberg stepped to the forefront to help provide some hope after a tumultuous start to the season. Of course, a coaching change played a big part in that equation as well. Remember when the
New Jersey Devils goalie Johan “The Moose” Hedberg will be a guest on NHL Live! today (2/7/2011) at 12:30 PM.
“When you start to work, you get a better team,” Devils coach Jacques Lemaire said. “I feel now the guys are working as a team.” Johan Hedberg stopped 26 shots to give the Devils points in a season-high six straight games (5-0-1). Hedberg helped give the Devils a victory in a game between teams that
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