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Jason Arnott Returning to New Jersey

Saturday, June 19, 2010

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After spending six years away from New Jersey, veteran center Jason Arnott will return to the Devils.  The Nashville Predators, now a team without their captain, will receive Matt Halischuk and a 2nd round pick in 2011. Trading for Arnott signifies that the Devils want to win with the players they have.  He likely slots…

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Fantasy Spin on Kovalchuk to New Jersey

Thursday, February 4, 2010

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Fantasy Spin on Kovalchuk to New Jersey

Zubrus Making a Heck of a “First” Impression

Saturday, January 30, 2010

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Dainius Zubrus

The Devils were in a funk – there’s no better way to put it.  Injuries were starting to pile up (again), Martin Brodeur was struggling, and their offense was sputtering.  In need of a change, Jacques Lemaire juggled up his lines again. 

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Elias Uncertain About His Health

Thursday, November 19, 2009

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Posted in the Star-Ledger  is a story that New Jersey Devil’s winger Patrick Elias doesn’t think he will be 100% healthy at any point during this season. He says his groin and hip are bothering him, and he is fatigued very easily. While New Jersey is giving him every chance to succeed on the first…

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Elias Has Groin Surgery, Out 3-6 Weeks

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

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Devils winger Patrick Elias will miss the start of the regular season and is likely to be out 3-6 weeks following groin surgery on Tuesday Also, its been interesting to see veteran winger Brendan Shanahan playing on a line with Travis Zajac and Zach Parise.  Does Shanny have one more fantasy-worthy season left in store?

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New Jersey Devils 2009/10 Season Preview

Saturday, September 5, 2009

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New Jersey Devils 2008/09: 51-27-4 – 106 pts (1st in Atlantic, 3rd in East) Arrived: Yann Danis (NYI), Cory Murphy (FLA), Ilkka Pikkarainen (Finland) Departed: Brian Gionta (MTL), John Madden (CHI), Michael Rupp (PIT), Scott Clemmensen (FLA), Niclas Havelid (Sweden) All things considered, the New Jersey Devils had a fantastic season last year.  After losing…

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