April 27, 2003 |
Jamie Langenbrunner made Vincent Lecavalier's already tough game that much worse. Langenbrunner went around the struggling Tampa Bay forward and scored his second straight game-winner 2:09 into overtime Saturday as the New Jersey Devils beat the Lightning, 3-2. New Jersey leads the best-of-seven Eastern Conference semifinal series, 2-0, with the next two games in Florida. Game 3 is Monday.
June 6, 2003 |
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Modesty in a hockey player? Oh really. (Though goalies are excluded from the conversation). A modest hockey player is almost redundant. Then there's the one about looking up the word in the dictionary and finding the NHL logo. If you didn't know much about Devil winger Jamie Langenbrunner, it would seem he was pulling off a deadpan performance after his two-goal performance in New Jersey's 6-3 victory over the Ducks in Game 5 on Thursday in the Stanley Cup finals.
June 15, 1999 |
Most of this season was a tortured journey for Dallas Star forward Jamie Langenbrunner. Playing out of position at left wing because the Stars were thin on that side, Langenbrunner lost the assertiveness that helped him score 23 goals and 52 points in 1997-98 and earn a spot on the U.S. Olympic team at Nagano. Coach Ken Hitchcock was disappointed in his 12-goal, 45-point season, and he told Langenbrunner in no uncertain terms.
May 25, 2003 |
This was a familiar Mighty Duck sibling situation. Paulie and Stevie were locked in another don't-make-me-turn-this-car-around moment. Steve Rucchin went into the corner after the puck and Paul Kariya, looking very much like a little brother, followed. As they scrapped through the practice drill, Rucchin accidentally dropped Kariya with an elbow. "I guess that shows why Paul doesn't come into the corners and play some defense during games," Rucchin said later.
November 18, 1996 |
The Dallas Stars turned on the power at Edmonton on Sunday night, scoring three times on five power-play opportunities, scoring five consecutive goals at one point and outshooting the Oilers 19-4 in the second period en route to an easy 7-3 victory. Greg Adams and rookie Jamie Langenbrunner supplied much of the power, scoring two goals apiece. Adams also added two assists.
February 5, 2008 |
* at New Jersey 4, Pittsburgh 3 (OT): Zach Parise scored 37 seconds into overtime to cap a furious late rally that created a three-way tie atop the Atlantic Division. New Jersey trailed, 3-1, in the third period and appeared headed for its fourth loss in a five-game homestand, but Jamie Langenbrunner and David Clarkson scored less than two minutes apart to tie it. * at Edmonton 5, Calgary 0: Mathieu Garon made 24 saves and the Oilers ended a two-game losing streak.