1. 2010 NHL Playoffs: Power Ranking the Playoff Coaches

    While everyone is busy making series projections and breaking down each playoff match-up, we at Bleacher Report wanted to look beyond the rosters and rank the men behind the bench who make these teams go...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 813 reads 0 comments

  2. Flames-Avalanche: Who Will Prevail Tonight, and at the End of the Season?

    Friday night's game featuring the Colorado Avalanche hosting the Calgary Flames is a classic matchup of the ultimate underachievers against the ultimate overachievers—with an insanely large amount of importance surrounding it...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 127 reads 1 comments

  3. Two To Go: Top Five Upcoming Matchups In Second To Last Week of NHL Season

    Doesn't seem too long ago that we were in the 'dog days' of January, with the ambiance of the beginning of the regular season far gone and the playoffs seemingly never to arrive...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 494 reads 1 comments

  4. New York Rangers Late Comeback Against New Jersey Devils Gives Them Spare Life

    Sixteen-and-a-half seconds. That's how close the Rangers were to losing a 3-2 decision to the rivals across the Hudson River, the New Jersey Devils, on Thursday night. But more than just the game was on the line that night...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 53 reads 0 comments

  5. Glen Sather: Don't Blink, They Won't Even Miss You At All

    The New York Rangers may have quite possibly played their last important game of the season on Sunday. And just like many other important games during the Glen Sather era, they lost it...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 352 reads 6 comments

  6. Devils Seeking Perfection Against Penguins

    The Devils are busy preparing for easily the biggest game of the season tonight. They'll be at home, against the division-leading and defending Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins...

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  7. New Jersey Devils Witnessing Post-Kovalchuk Trade Attendance Boost

    When the Devils traded for Ilya Kovalchuk last month, they were aiming to improve their hockey team, not necessarily their attendance marks...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 505 reads 1 comments

  8. Sleeping New Jersey Devils Hope To Wake Up Against Rangers

    Think about driving to a destination that is far from home. There are lulls during the drive; points where the very last thing you want to do is the only thing that is currently occupying you: driving...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 63 reads 0 comments

  9. Twenty 'Til Liftoff: A Look At The Final 20 Games Of Devils Season

    For the first time since mid-October, the Devils find themselves in an odd position. Not at the top of the Atlantic Division...

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  10. Rested, Hopefully Determined Martin Brodeur Returns to New Jersey Devils

    Lost in the sheer jubilation of Canada's overtime victory against the USA for the gold medal was Martin Brodeur's sudden fall from grace.  Obviously I use that term very loosely, as he is still an elite goaltender, as we all know very well...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 163 reads 1 comments

  11. Krejci, Czechs Barely Escape Upset, Face Finland Tonight

    When David Krejci beat Latvian goalie Edgars Masalskis with a wrister halfway through the overtime period, the Czech Republic team didn't display any type of exuberant celebration. In fact, they seemed more relieved than happy about the win...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 155 reads 0 comments

  12. 2010 Winter Olympics: Czech Team Loses First Real Battle, but Could Win War

    As you probably know by now, the Czech Republic ice hockey team suffered their first loss of the Olympics thus far, falling to the Russians 4-2 on Sunday afternoon...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 240 reads 0 comments

  13. Czech Republic Vs. Slovakia: Live Blog

    I'll be live posting on the Czech Republic's first preliminary game against Team Slovakia tonight. Big for the Czech's to get this game (in regulation) to stay even with Sweden going into Day Three of the Olympics...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 794 reads 0 comments

  14. Projecting the Most Successful New Jersey Devils at the Olympics

    Today marks the last day the NHL will conduct any games until March 1st, with the next 2 weeks or so dedicated to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 369 reads 0 comments

  15. Olympic Break Will Do These Devils Good

    The last month of hockey, if you want to call it that, has been chock full of frustration, misery, and woe for the New Jersey Devils. 5-9-1 in the last 15 contests, with only 28 goals scored in those 15 games...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 150 reads 1 comments

  16. Does The Blame Go On Brodeur Or The Offense For Devils' Latest Skid?

    The amount of time I've had to defend Martin Brodeur during this current funk the New Jersey Devils are in has been one word—tiring...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 197 reads 4 comments

  17. Czech Goaltending Big Question Mark Heading into Winter Games

    Normally having Tomas Vokoun as your number one goalie wouldn't be something to complain or worry about too much. Too bad the Olympics are anything but normal...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 146 reads 1 comments

  18. Good Cop, Bad Cop: Analysis of the Ilya Kovalchuk Trade

    There's certain events that happen throughout the course of your life in which you'll always remember where you were when you found out...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 672 reads 6 comments

  19. Looking Ahead At Czech Republic's Olympic Schedule

    We are only 13 days away from the beginning date of the Winter Olympic ice hockey preliminaries! Which certainly means it's time to look at the strength of schedules/groupings for your native ...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 184 reads 0 comments

  20. Looking at the Afterlife: After Martin Brodeur, What Will New Jersey Devils Do?

    As a Devils fan for the past 15 years, there've been three certainties in life: death, taxes, and Martin Brodeur starting in goal for the New Jersey Devils. In fact, Brodeur in net is almost a certainty every game...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 422 reads 3 comments

  21. Introducing Your 2010 Winter Olympics Czech Republic Ice Hockey Team (Part 2)

    Hopefully you enjoyed the preview that showcased the head coach, goalies, and defensemen that will proudly representing their home country of the Czech Republic in the upcoming Winter Olympics...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 1,806 reads 0 comments

  22. New Jersey Devils' Top Five European Prospects

    Swede Niclas Bergfors has emerged as one of the top rookies in the NHL this season. Hopefully for the Devils, Bergfors is just the beginning of the influx of European talent into the New Jersey Devils roster...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 236 reads 0 comments

  23. Introducing Your 2010 Winter Olympics Czech Republic Ice Hockey Team (Part 1)

    A little side story as to why I'm doing this first: I was recently appointed a Feature Columnist for the Devils earlier this week, and as a FC I (and the rest of them from the other 29 teams) ...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 1,323 reads 0 comments

  24. New Jersey Devils: Top Five Captains in Devils History

    As the Devils continue their 28th season of existence, it's hard to imagine they've only had eight captains in their illustrious yet generally short lifespan, especially with how players come and go from teams and cities these days...

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  25. Brent Sutter's Struggles with Calgary Flames a Guilty Pleasure for Devils

    When Brent Sutter abandoned New Jersey to go home to Calgary in late June of last year, it was immediately seen as unforgivable mutiny. True to the word, he jumped one ship to go and join another...

    Doug Gausepohl Written by Doug Gausepohl about over 4 years ago 366 reads 5 comments