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Monday, February 22, 2010

New Jersey Devils News and Notes, February 22, 2010

Martin Brodeur does Canada no favors as U.S. beats Olympic host country at own game - (The Star Ledger)
Ex-Devil Brian Rafalski scores two goals as U.S. stuns Canada, 5-3, in men's Olympic hockey - (The Star Ledger)
Team USA puts Canada on thin ice with 5-3 win - (The New York Daily News)
Waking Its Neighbors, U.S. Upsets Canada - (The New York Times)
The Stars of Hockey Play Here, and There - (The New York Times)
Olympic Hockey Day 9 Open Thread: Three Important Games in Men's Ice Hockey - (In Lou We Trust)
Does Martin Brodeur Need to Do Well in Olympics for Jersey's Sake? A Look at Brodeur's Post-Olympic Stats - (In Lou We Trust)
Olympic Hockey Day 8: The Calm Before The Storm - (In Lou We Trust)
In Lou We Trust Apparel Now On Sale - (In Lou We Trust)
Stunned - (
Team USA stuns Canada 5-3 to win Group A - (
Miller stakes his claim with standout game - (
Off the ice with Brian Rafalski - (
A breakdown of Week 2 at the Olympics - (
Crosby still optimistic about Canada's chances - (
Canadians disappointed but not worried after loss - (
Brodeur’s average night raises goalie question - (
Sweden blanks Finland to win Group C - (
Ovi rocks Jagr to spark Russia past Czechs - (
Martin Brodeur addresses Canada's defeat - (
Win over Canada has Americans believing - (Yahoo NHL)
Miller’s time (again) to shine - (Yahoo NHL)
Marty Brodeur blows it against the Americans - (Yahoo NHL)
Ovechkin earns gold for open-ice Jagr destruction; was it legal? - (Yahoo NHL)
Ryan Kesler follows through on his 'beat Canada' guarantee - (Yahoo NHL)
THN at the Olympics: Goaltending the difference for both U.S. and Canada - (The Hockey News)
THN at the Olympics: Ovie's huge hit – a tale of two stars - (The Hockey News)
It's Canada's third Olympics - (The Record and Herald News)
Lucas at Large: What you didn't know about Brian Rafalski - (
Upstart Americans upend Team Canada - (Minneapolis Star Tribune)
Winter Olympics 2010: media savages Canada goalie Martin Brodeur after US defeat - (
Brian Rafalski – The Hidden Scoring machine - (Optimus Entertainment News)
Former Devil's big night helps US shock Canada in ice hockey - (Press of Atlantic City)
US Devils knew how to take advantage of Brodeur - (
Friends turned enemies and vice versa - (
Change in Canada's net a possibility after Brodeur stumbles against U.S. - (Metro Canada)

Devils Edged Out by Penguins, 1-0 - (
Devils Torch Monarchs, 5-0
Devils hammer Manchester - (The Lowell Sun)

Former Devils prospect loses appeal of suspension - (AP)

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