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We lost to Edmonton?

To be fair to Edmonton, they came to play. It wasn’t any fancy brand of hockey but it was a physical, weather the storm kind of hockey. As a team that has been demoralized for the duration of the season should be an easy win even for a struggling Devils team, right? Last night’s game was a lack of focus. From the first shift the Devils (except for Parise) looked like they didn’t have their legs. There was this lackadaisical to every shift, even when the Devils were applying some of the best offensive pressure they could.

There is no need to break this game down period by period because for the most part the Devils play stayed pretty constant over the course of this game. Of course, which is the norm for the Devils lately, they decide that in the last couple of minutes that they should try to actually win and they pour on the offense, to no avail. Still, with only 22 shots on goal the Devils didn’t really pressure Deslauriers too bad. He did make some great saves, like the breakaway chance on Kovalchuk, but the Devils really could have capitalized on a goal tender who has been down on his luck this year.

On a positive note, Martin Brodeur looked very good. He made 33 saves and kept the Devils in this game as long as he could. The goals against you could not really blame on him. The first goal was what happens when you get two defensemen playing together for the first time. Skoula wanted to make a good impression and looked to be trying to hard at times but in general his play was what to be expected. The second goal was a defensive breakdown by the Devils and a great pass diving pass by Robert Nilsson to get the puck right on Marc Puliot’s stick.

The last couple of games the Devils didn’t have problems scoring goals but those pains returned. There are reasons why the Devils would be tired but they aren’t excuses. The ends of road trips for most teams translate into weak efforts and the Devils always have a half effort before a rivalry match (Rangers on Wednesday). If this team has gotten into the mindset that they are going to make the playoffs they better wake up because lazy play like this is going to turn into a first round exit and a big lose (there are reasons why Kovalchuk might resign but at this point it points to no).

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  1. Eric Cooney Mar 8 20103:15 pm

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    What are the reasons why Kovalchuk would/would not resign?

    1. Dan Rakusan Mar 8 20103:18 pm

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      kovalchuk won’t be in a Devils uniform next season, simply because they won’t give him the money he’s going to be looking for… $10M per season over 10 years? That simply doesn’t sound like a Lamoriello deal to me…

      My bet is Los Angeles, which he has made known is a preferred destination.

    2. Ben Petrino Mar 8 20103:19 pm

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      I think the main reason why Kovalchuk wouldn’t want to resign in the money. Realistically he’s not getting league max from any team. He also doesn’t really fit into the New Jersey type system. On the other side of the spectrum I think he might consider resigning for less money because of the area of the team. He’ll get a lot more endorsements and publicity than he might get in Atlanta. Although Atlanta does have it’s nice areas there are all different types of places to live in New Jersey and even close in NYC. On top of that the Devils are always a contender so he knows that he’ll be in the playoffs year in and out. I know a lot of people are saying he’s going to jump to the KHL after the season but if he really wants to win a cup NJ can build a winning team.

      1. Dan Rakusan Mar 8 20103:26 pm

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        I don’t think he’ll jump to the KHL Ben, but I do think he wants to play in Los Angeles. New Jersey, while a perennial contender, is about to hit a downward trend. With Brodeur getting long in the tooth, even Jacques Lemaire won’t be able to keep this team winning. Quite frankly, many of us thought they were a long-shot to make the playoffs this season.

        Money isn’t everything, but LA will be putting up some bucks to get them into the Cup discussion next season, and I think Kovalchuk is a great fit for that team. I’m obviously speaking from opinion more than any inside information, but I’ve heard it many times from many sources that Kovy wants to go to LA…

        1. Ben Petrino Mar 8 20103:34 pm

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          It’s true that the Devils will have to do something about goaltending. It’s pretty scary thinking about the Devils with Brodeur! People thought the Devils last year weren’t going to make the playoffs and the year before that. I know at some point this team won’t but it’s been a long time.

          And LA is a good fit for Kovalchuk. He’ll make good money from the team, from endorsements, he’ll be well known too. I think the play style of the Kings fits him more too. And I don’t trust what Kovy says. He said he wanted to stay in Atlanta because he loved it so much. When it happens I’ll believe it.

        2. Eric Cooney Mar 8 20103:39 pm

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          I have no iside information this will happen either, but I do know Lombardi isn’t giving this guy league max. I think it would be more likely that Lombardi offer Kovalchuk something more in the neighborhood of Kopitar money.

          The part that makes me question whether LA wants him at all is that this team is grown from within, and still has youth coming up. Schenn will likely make the team next season and it seems Frolov wasn’t traded because Lombardi likes him and wants to resign him. I think there are other teams out there that need an anchor and have cap space.

          1. Dan Rakusan Mar 8 20103:42 pm

            I don’t see league max, but I could see LA giving him more than anyone else… The other option could be Colorado. Either way, I see him signing with a vertically-oriented team, which excludes the Devils most of all…

          2. Ben Petrino Mar 8 20103:43 pm

            For those teams that need an offensive superstar like Kovalchuk is it really in their best interest? For those kinds of teams he’s going to want a lot of money from them and he doesn’t want to wait around on a building team again. He doesn’t really play a team game either. I’m not saying he’s poison in the locker room but look how much better Atlanta has been playing without him.

          3. Dan Rakusan Mar 8 20103:57 pm

            See, I find Atlanta has always been a team that goes on really good runs, then really bad lulls… I don’t think, personally, it has anything to do with Kovalchuk himself. It seems to be the team’s identity that they can be really good for stretches, and then epic failure for other stretches. Up and down like a yo-yo…

          4. Eric Cooney Mar 8 20104:04 pm

            Ben I can’t speak for every team, but as for Los Angeles, Kovalchuk’s name wouldn’t mean much in terms of a draw. I think his name has much more pull in traditional hockey markets that know the sport. LA’s almost cult-like fanbase is more interested in players that “earn” their respect.

            So if Lombardi is doing it to win, great. If he is doing it to draw fans, fat chance. If he does it to win in order to draw fans, I suppose that makes sense.

  2. Patrick McLellan Mar 9 20105:20 pm

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    Yeah, Edmonton came back from down 3-0 to score 5 unanswered against STL (in STL) in Dec. No matter how bad a team is, players don’t make the NHL because they suck.

    1. Dan Rakusan Mar 9 20105:47 pm

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      Explain Matt Cooke then…

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