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New Jersey Devils Morning News, Dec 16

Marty Brodeur is the enduring Devil - (The Bergen Record)
Zach Parise frustrated by drought - (The Bergen Record)

Brodeur approaches another milestone night against Canadiens - (Fire & Ice)
Devils, Langenbrunner take advantage of rest time; Lemaire believe goals will come for Zharkov - (Fire & Ice)
Jamie Langenbrunner returns to Devils’ practice - (Fire & Ice)
NJ Devils' Johnny Oduya still not at top of his game following return from injury - (The Star Ledger)
Devils try to continue streaky Hab-it - (The New York Post)
The Morning Skate: Another Record for Brodeur and Watching the Blues - (The New York Times)
Cangy: Brodeur NHL's Ripken - (Msgnetwork)
Devils-Canadiens Game Preview - (Msgnetwork)
Brodeur eyes more history vs. Habs - (
Devils make annual hospital visits - (
Not much holiday cheer around Flyers, Rangers - (
Another milestone in the offing for Brodeur - (
NHL Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils' players stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
Canadiens-Devils Preview - (CBS SportsLine)
Allan Muir: Devils return to top of NHL Power Rankings - (CNN)

Devils Dominate Falcons, 6-1 - (
Devils Weekly #11 - Weekend Split Puts Lowell in Second Place - (

Has technology made attending early season games obsolete? - (Yahoo NHL)
The 10 best hockey fights of the last decade - (Yahoo NHL)

Life after NHL still good for Brick's Jim Dowd - (Brick Township Bulletin)