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New Jersey Devils Morning News, Dec 27

Devils notes: David Clarkson close - (The Bergen Record)
Decade in review: Sports' high and lows of the past 10 years - (The Bergen Record)

Capitals rout Devils, Brodeur, 4-1 - (The Bergen Record)
Gulitti: Martin Brodeur deserves a breather - (The Bergen Record)
An all points bulletin for Devils - (The Bergen Record)
Devils defenseman JohnnyOduya named to Swedish Olympic team - (Fire & Ice)
Devils not sharp in 4-1 loss in Washington - (Fire & Ice)
Live post: Capitals defeat Devils, 4-1 - (Fire & Ice)
Clarkson might make return Monday against Atlanta - (Fire & Ice)
NJ Devils relinquish top spot in the East with 4-1 loss to Washington Capitals - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils Notebook: David Clarkson is 'close' to return after breaking right leg in November - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils rookies have been instrumental in team's fast start - (The Star Ledger)
Devils-Washington Capitals as they play - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils face another top-tier team with visit to Washington D.C. - (The Star Ledger)
Caps pop four past Marty - (The New York Post)
Devils in rare Lem-aire - (The New York Post)
Juggernaut Devils have Presidential look - (The New York Post)
NJ Devils & Atlantic Division Weekly Snapshot: 12/28 - 1/2/2010 - (The New York Post)
Watch Postgame Reaction - (Msgnetwork)
Before Brodeur and Sawchuk, There Was George Hainsworth - (The New York Times )
Stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
Should I dare say, The Beast of the East? - (
Ovechkin, Backstrom spark Capitals - (Washington Post)
Ovechkin on target as Caps down Devils to top NHL - (Washington Post)
Washington Capitals knock off New Jersey Devils , 4-1 - (Washington Post)
New Jersey Devils Prospects Win Big on Day One at the World Junior Championships - (Bleacher Report)
Record falling puts focus on mystery of missing rings - (The Kingston Whig-Standard)

Devils Blast Bruins, 5-1 - (

Devils Snap Skid, Win 3-2 at Johnstown - (