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Ducks vs Devils
The New Jersey Devils make their lone visit to Honda Center for square off with the Anaheim Ducks on Friday, January 16. In two games with the Devils a year ago the Ducks won and game and lost an overtime game. The Devils missed the playoffs last season, finishing in 6 th place in the Metropolitan Division with 89 points under Head Coach Pete DeBoer. The two franchises are no strangers. The Devils defeated the Ducks in seven games to win the Stanley Cup in 2003.
The ageless Jaromir Jagr led the Devils in scoring last season with 24 goals and 67 points. The forty-two year-old future Hall of Famer has become an outstanding two-way forward in the latter part of his career. Jaromir is 6 th all time in career scoring and has an opportunity to pass both Marcel Dionne and Ron Francis to move up to fourth in career scoring this coming season, trailing only Wayne Gretzky, Mario Lemieux and Gordie Howe. Second on the Devils in scoring was another ageless veteran, Patrick Elias. The left-winger, who has spent his entire 18-year career with the Devils, had 53 points a year ago. Centers Travis Zajac and Adam Henrique finished third and fourth on the team in scoring a year ago, with 48 and 43 between respectively.
Veterans Marek Zidlicky, Bryce Salvador, Andy Greene and Peter Harrold lead the Devils defense. Like at the forward position, the Devils need some young players to step up behind the 36-year-old Zidlicky and the 38-year-old Salvador. The best bets are Adam Larsson and Jon Merrill. The Devils signed Cory Schneider to be the heir apparent to Martin Brodeur in goal. Schneider is a proven NHL veteran and should be up to the task to replace the legend Brodeur, who will remain with the team in a backup capacity.
Barry's Tickets is located just minutes from the Honda Center.