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New Jersey Devils News and notes, April 17, 2009

NEW JERSEY DEVILS
Keys to Game 2, Hurricanes at Devils - (The Bergen Record)
Devils looking to build off Game 1 victory - (Fire & Ice)
New Jersey Devils playing down Game 1 victory over Carolina Hurricanes - (The Star Ledger)
Carolina Hurricanes 'nervous' in Game 1 against New Jersey Devils, determined to be better in Game 2 - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils' Brendan Shanahan doesn't lose teeth despite taking puck in mouth - (The Star Ledger)
Jay Pandolfo's New Jersey Devils teammates thrilled he reclaimed his role - (The Star Ledger)
Video: Looking ahead to Game 2 of the New Jersey Devils' first-round playoff series - (The Star Ledger)

 


Devils aim to 2-time canes - (The New York Post)
Rangers, Devils need goalies to make - (The New York Post)
Hurricanes Plan to Be Better - (The New York Post)
The Key Word for Game 2: CALM - (In Lou We Trust)
The NJSEA & The Rock - (In Lou We Trust)
Devils: One Down, Three to Go - (Msgnetwork)
Devils-Hurricanes: Game 2 Preview - (Msgnetwork)
Devils’ Home Arena Feels Like One This Year - (The New York Times )
Frozen Over ends Friday! - (NewJerseyDevils.com)
Hurricanes-Devils Preview - (FOXSports.com)
Devils Team Report Apr 17, 2009 - (Yahoo! NHL)
Devils invite plane crash victim's family to NHL playoffs - (Dailyrecord.com)
Devils coach Sutter rains on Devils' parade - (SportingNews.com)
Devils in Heaven As New Jersey Fans Start Dreaming of the Stanley Cup - (Buzzle)
'ZZ Pop' line sparks Devils - (Home News Tribune - Scholastic Sports)

CAROLINA HURRICANES
Canes regroup for Game 2 - (newsobserver.com)
Ward not down after Canes' loss - (newsobserver.com)
Ward: Game 1 loss in Carolina's past - (CharlotteObserver.com)

TRENTON DEVILS
Devils Fall Short in Elmira, 3-1 - (OurSports Central)
Jackals on brink of clinching - (Star-Gazette.COM)

MISCELLANEOUS
Hockey in Newark? It’s Not Just for Pros - (The New York Times)
Senator Menendez Visits Pru Center - (NewJerseyDevils.com)
Tate George: Move the Nets to Newark's Prudential Center - (NJ.com)