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Thursday, April 16, 2009

New Jersey Devils News and notes, April 16, 2009

Devils blow Hurricanes away - (The Bergen Record)
Sullivan: Marty looks fresh and rested - (The Bergen Record)
Devils not getting carried away; Brodeur: Parise came to play today - (Fire & Ice)
Penalty kill comes through; checking line, too - (Fire & Ice)
Devils make themselves at home in the playoffs - (Fire & Ice)
Live post: Devils defeat Hurricanes 4-1 in Game 1 - (Fire & Ice)
A chance for a fresh start for Rolston - (Fire & Ice)
Complete Star-Ledger coverage of New Jersey Devils' first postseason win at The Rock - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils reverted to a familiar formula: Defense - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils' Madden line does job defensively vs. Carolina Hurricanes - (The Star Ledger)
Goalie Martin Brodeur: New Jersey Devils expect Carolina Hurricanes to come out strong in Game 2 - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils: Things you may have missed - (The Star Ledger)
Carolina Hurricanes goalie Cam Ward on, teammates off in loss to New Jersey Devils - (The Star Ledger)
Slideshow: New Jersey Devils 4, Carolina Hurricanes 1 - (The Star Ledger)
For New Jersey Devils' Zach Parise, the proof is in the playoffs - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils cruise to 4-1 victory over Carolina Hurricanes in Game 1 - (The Star Ledger)
Does the Game 1 victory soothe any concerns about the Devils' late-season swoon? - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils vs. Carolina Hurricanes, Game 1: As they play - (The Star Ledger)
Preview of New Jersey Devils against Carolina Hurricanes in Game 1 of Stanley Cup Playoffs - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils-Carolina Hurricanes: 3 things to watch - (The Star Ledger)
Brendan Shanahan: 1988 New Jersey Devils played on pure energy - (The Star Ledger)
Devils get jump on Hurricanes - (The New York Daily News)
Devils start out with a statement - (The New York Post)
Rolston happy for fresh shot - (The New York Post)
Hurricanes always be-deviling - (The New York Post)
Parise has goal, assist in Devils' win over Canes - (The New York Post)
Devils think they're right at home - (The New York Post)
Devils Roll Over Carolina 4-1 in Game 1 - (In Lou We Trust)
Round 1 GameThread 1: Devils vs. Carolina - (In Lou We Trust)
Devils Postgame Video: Game 1 - Win over Hurricanes - (Msgnetwork)
Devils storm 'Canes to take series lead - (
Staal, Hurricanes respect Devils' attack - (
NJD Notebook 4.15: Sutter conference - (
Jeff Vanderbeek greets arriving fans - (
Devils Playoffs continue Friday - (
Carolina Hurricanes - New Jersey Devils Series coverage - (
Devils' players stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report Apr 16, 2009 - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils' win shows they're ready to rock - (The Winnipeg Free Press)
Jersey boys back in winning form - (The Toronto Star)
Sarah Kwak: Devils beat 'Canes to the punch in every phase - (
Unlikely goal-scorer Mottau kick-starts Devils' offense - (
Brodeur tops Ward in Game 1 of 2006 rematch - (
Hurricane Warning! Are the Devils underdogs??!! - (
Devils' Response to Trouble Passes Test - (
FanHouse Chats With Devils Beat Writer Tom Gulitti - (
On This Day in 2001: Scott Stevens Buries Shane Willis - ( Playoff Blog: Twin killing and a Devil of a storm - (The Hockey News)
Fantasy Mailbag: Looking ahead - (The Hockey News); Zach Parise
Thoughts from Section 209…. Devils/Canes… Game 1!! - (2 man advantage)
Devils vs. Hurricanes - Game 1 - (IPB)

Lowell commission responds to Tsongas Arena critique - (The Lowell Sun)

Devils Bitten by Jackals in Game 3, 5-0 - (
Jackals dominate Devils in Game 3 - (Star-Gazette.COM)
Devils Bitten by Jackals, 5-0 - (

Canes crumble quickly - (News Observer)
Canes try to regroup after ugly start - (News Observer)
Photo gallery: Devils 4, Hurricanes 1 - (News Observer)
First Look: Images from Game One - (News Observer)
New team, same old hunger - (News Observer)

Maggie the Monkey goes farther out on a playoff limb than I - (Daily Gleaner)
Truce talks underway in dispute between Prudential, Izod centers - (The Star-Ledger)
Director Kevin Smith comes up with 99 different ways to replace swears on NHL blog - (National Post)

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