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Devils 3, Bruins 2

Devils 3, Bruins 2: Defenseman Marek Zidlicky scored twice to send Martin Brodeur out a winner in potentially his last appearance with host New Jersey. Travis Zajac scored and set up a goal and Jaromir Jagr notched a pair of assists to increase his career total to 1,050, moving past Hall-of-Famer Gordie Howe for eighth place on the NHL's all-time list. Jagr also tied Steve Yzerman for sixth place on the all-time points list with 1,755.

Rangers 7, Devils 3

Rangers 7, Devils 3: Mats Zuccarello scored twice to highlight his team's string of six unanswered goals as visiting New York breezed to victory at Yankee Stadium in the second contest of the NHL Stadium Series.

Hurricanes 4, Devils 3

Hurricanes 4, Devils 3: Defensemen Justin Faulk and Ron Hainsey scored goals as visiting Carolina sent New Jersey to its third consecutive defeat. Patrick Dwyer extended his goal-scoring streak to three games with a short-handed tally and Tuomo Ruutu also scored as part of a three-goal second period to help the Hurricanes take control. Cam Ward turned aside 19 shots to win his second straight start.

Wild shut out winless Devils

Wild shut out winless Devils ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Onyl three days into November, the New Jersey Devils can already say it has been a long, tough month. On Sunday night, a quartet of Minnesota Wild goals -- and 19 saves by goalie Josh Harding -- kept the Devils winless -- and scoreless -- in the first month of the season.

Preview: Devils at Wild

The New Jersey Devils face off against their former captain when they visit Zach Parise and the Minnesota Wild on Sunday. Just weeks after helping lead New Jersey to the Stanley Cup final, Parise spurned the club and signed a 13-year, $98 million contract with Minnesota on July 4, 2012. "It will be really weird, I think," Parise told NJ.com. "I'm still good friends with a lot of the guys."

NHL-Devils sign center Zajac to long-term deal

Jan 16 (Reuters) - The New Jersey Devils re-signed center Travis Zajac to a long-term deal after he helped the team reach the Stanley Cup Finals last season, the National Hockey League team said on Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed by the Devils but media reported it was an eight-year, $46 million contract. Zajac missed all but 15 games of the 2011-12 regular season but returned in time to play a key role in the Devils' playoff run, scoring 14 points in the team's 24 postseason games.
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