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New Jersey Devils Morning News, Jan 1

Devils notes: Waiting for word on U.S. team - (The Bergen Record)
John Madden's transition to Chicago a smooth move - (The Bergen Record)

Devils beaten by Blackhawks, John Madden, 5-1 - (The Bergen Record)
Madden gets the goal he wanted in Blackhawks’ 5-1 win over the Devils - (Fire & Ice)
Live post: Blackhawks lead 3-0 in third period - (Fire & Ice)
Peters in for Clarkson; Brodeur to start again - (Fire & Ice)
Madden wants to beat Devils, score on Brodeur tonight - (Fire & Ice)
Lamoriello: Clarkson’s leg "structurally fine"; Salvador won’t play tonight in Chicago - (Fire & Ice)
Salvador in Chicago; - (Fire & Ice)
Dear Devils fans: Your team is really good - (The Star Ledger)
Ex-New Jersey Devil John Madden enjoyed scoring against his old team - (The Star Ledger)
Notebook: NJ Devils forward David Clarkson back on the shelf with injury - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils thumped by Chicago Blackhawks, 5-1, in worst loss of the season - (The Star Ledger)
Devils-Blackhawks, as they play - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils pre-game report; David Clarkson not on trip, Bryce Salvador is, but won't play - (The Star Ledger)
Huet, Blackhawks beat Devils - (The New York Daily News)
Devs hit pothole in Chicago - (The New York Post)
Cangy: Five Keys to Cup Victory - (Msgnetwork)
Blackhawks 5, Devils 1 - (
Accompany the Cup! (contest) - (
Stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
Another Brodeur shut-out underlines Olympic credentials - (TheNational)
Devils give Madden rough hello - (Northwest Herald)
Hawks rout Devlis, finish the year strong - (Chicago Sun-Times)
New Jersey Devils All-Decade Team - (Bleacher Report)
Devils @ Blackhawks, 12/31/09 - (Interchangeable Parts)

Devils Finish 2009 with 5-2 Win Over Monarchs - (
Eckford an all-star - (Surrey Leader)

Jeff Prough Named ECHL All-Star - (

US to pool its skilled resources - (Toronto Sun)
Langenbrunner sets sights on Olympics - (Duluth News Tribune)

Sweden beats Finland 7-1, advances to world junior hockey semifinals - (Gaea Times); Jacob Josefson had two goals and Mattias Tedenby also scored.
Hawks' Madden excited to face former team - (ESPN)