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Turcke has overseen NFL Network in the last year. She replaces Tod Leiweke,
who has left the league after three years in the job.
Turcke will lead the marketing, communications, human resources,
international and events and technology departments.
"Since joining NFL Media last year, Maryann has distinguished herself by
leading NFL Network to a record-setting year," Commissioner Roger Goodell. "We
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her leadership, vision and corporate governance experience to help evolve our
organization and take it to a higher level."
Goodell also praised Leiweke.
"During his time here in New York, Tod was instrumental in guiding our
long-term strategic process and has been a valuable resource, not only to me but
to ownership, our clubs and the entire league," he said. "I thank him for his
passion and dedication to the mission of the NFL."
Turcke has been based in Los Angeles, but will move to the New York offices.
NFL Network had a strong year with Turcke in charge, ranking second to ESPN in
viewership during the season.
Goodell says more changes at NFL headquarters are coming. Recently Womens
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the quality of leadership at the New York offices.
The New Jersey Devils have held a playoff spot in the Eastern Conference
every day since winning their season opener on Oct. 7.
Yet with only five games remaining on their schedule, the Devils are clinging
to the eighth and final playoff berth in the East, trying to stave off a
late-season push by the surging Florida Panthers.
On Saturday night at the Prudential Center, the Devils (40-28-9) look to take
another step closer to their first playoff appearance in six years when they
host the New York Islanders (32-36-10).
The Devils are 6-2-1 in their last nine games, coming off a 4-3 overtime loss
to the Pittsburgh Penguins on Thursday, a defeat that snapped a three-game
winning streak that solidified New Jersey’s hold on the second wild card in the
“The last stretch of games, we’ve been playing some good hockey and finding
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games. “We have to reset quickly after (the loss to Pittsburgh) and get ready
for a big weekend and see where this weekend takes us.”
After hosting the Islanders in the finale of a four-game homestand on
Saturday, New Jersey travels to Montreal to skate against the Canadiens on
Sunday, setting the stage for the final week of the regular season.
“It’s exciting, every night the buildings are electric, the games seem to all
go down to the wire with exciting atmospheres,” said Devils forward Blake
Coleman. “These are fun games to play in, and we’re fortunate to be in the
position to play meaningful games.”
Keith Kinkaid has been the backbone of New Jersey’s final kick at the end of
the regular season. He has started eight of the last nine games in goal,
stepping up in the wake of injury and poor play of No. 1 netminder Cory
Schneider to post a career-high 22 wins this season.
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The Devils are 2-0-1 against New York this season, with Kinkaid starting both
of the team’s wins in the season series.
The Islanders are stumbling down the stretch, just 3-11-4 in their last 18
games following Friday’s 5-4 home-ice loss to the Toronto Maple Leafs. One
bright spot in the most recent defeat was that team captain John Tavares scored
a power-play goal to reach 80 points for the third time in his career.
“You’d like the production to lead to some good results for the team,”
Tavares told reporters Friday.
New York was without two of its key forwards against the Maple Leafs. Casey
Cizikas and Josh Bailey both sat out with upper-body injuries. Cizikas is ruled
out for Saturday’s contest while Bailey is a game-time decision.
In addition, the status of veteran goaltender Jaroslav Halak is unknown for
the game in New Jersey. Halak was scratched due to an illness Friday and rookie
Christopher Gibson started, while Thomas Greiss backed him up after being
activated off injured reserve.
The Islanders are playing out the string after being eliminated from playoff
contention earlier in the week for the second season in a row.
“We are looking to play well and finish strong,” said Islanders coach Doug
Weight. “We are all professionals here.”