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New Jersey Devils Morning News, Dec 2

Gulitti: Devils' dilemma is their delight - (The Bergen Record)
Martin Brodeur waves the U.S. flag - (The Bergen Record)

Politi: He may be Canadian hockey royalty, but he's an American now - (The Star Ledger)
Matchup vs. Roberto Luongo won't decide Olympic starter, says NJ Devils goalie Martin Brodeur - (The Star Ledger)
Former NJ Devils forward Janne Ojanen becomes Finnish Elite League's all-time scoring leader - (The Star Ledger)
Johnny Oduya won't play; Jamie Langenbrunner questionable for NJ Devils - (The Star Ledger)
Johnny Oduya practices with NJ Devils; Colin White back but Jamie Langenbrunner is missing - (The Star Ledger)
Stand-up citizen: Marty passes test - (The New York Post)
Cangy: Devs Back on the Grind - (Msgnetwork)
Canucks-Devils Preview - (
NHL Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils' players stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
Who's No. 1? It's Luongo vs. Brodeur in Devil's lair - (Vancouver Sun)
Goaltending battle of Olympic proportions - (
Devils goalie Martin Brodeur now a US citizen — don't panic, Canada - (Vancouver Sun)
Canucks Report - Rough Road Record - (
Luongo-Brodeur showdown a big deal only in Canada - (
Wherein IPB Is Relieved To Discover It Can Retain Its US Citizenship - (Interchangeable Parts)

Trenton Devils' Stoesz And Cormier Reassigned - (OurSports Central)

Stoesz and Cormier Reassigned - (

Power Rankings: On the prowl - (The Hockey News) Devils in 2nd position

Plenty to be said for stay-at-home - ( Ex-Devil Mitchell
Canucks Notebook: Mitchell had a Devil of a start to career - (Vancouver Sun)
Sharks acquire defenseman Jay Leach - (Sharkspage)
Sharks claim Leach on waivers from Habs - (