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New Jersey Devils Morning News, Jan 30

Devils notes: Paul Martin an Olympic long shot - (The Bergen Record)
Travis Zajac's OT goal rescues Devils - (The Bergen Record)

Parise earns another day off from practice; Davis all smiles about first NHL goal - (Fire & Ice)
Zubrus fits in well with Parise and Zajac - (Fire & Ice)
Devils’ offense breaks out, defense breaks down in 5-4 overtime win over Toronto - (Fire & Ice)
Live post: Devils lead 4-2 in third period; Davis scores first NHL goal - (Fire & Ice)
Ron Wilson says "it’s not looking very good" for Paul Martin to be ready for Olympics - (Fire & Ice)
Some "rest" for Brodeur; more might be coming after Olympics - (Fire & Ice)
"Looks like" Niclas Bergfors will be a healthy scratch tonight vs. Toronto, Pelley likely to return - (Fire & Ice)
Parise on ice for morning skate, Brodeur sitting out; Pelley activated from IR - (Fire & Ice)
Blowing a late two-goal lead not something NJ Devils goalie Martin Brodeur expected - (The Star Ledger)
Dainius Zubrus adjusted quickly to new NJ Devils linemates - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils get four goals out of newly-formed line in 5-4 overtime victory over Toronto Maple Leafs - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils-Toronto Maple Leafs: As they played - (The Star Ledger)
Team USA coach Ron Wilson: Olympics a longshot for NJ Devils' Paul Martin - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils will have to rest Martin Brodeur in March if he is Canada's No. 1 at Olympics - (The Star Ledger)
Niclas Bergfors will sit out first game of season for NJ Devils; Rod Pelley set to return - (The Star Ledger)
Martin Brodeur given morning off by NJ Devils - (The Star Ledger)
Dev's OT goal negates Lemaire overcoaching - (The New York Post)
Welcome to Devils Olympic Central - (
Brodeur teaches Goaltending 101 - (
Devils look to light lamp vs. Leafs - (
"The Olympics: How Hard Can it Be" with Martin Brodeur - (WSJ)
Stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
Wake-Up Call - (Winnipeg Sun)
Overtime one Devil of a time for Leafs - (Toronto Star)
Leafs show some fight, still fall short - (Globe and Mail)
Leafs show some fight, still fall short - (National Post)
Stevens: No need for rules against head shots - (TSN)

Devils Take Down Wolf Pack, 3-2 - (
McKenna backbones Lowell past the Wolf Pack - (
Devils checking out their options on home ice - (American Chronicle)

Florida Takes Early Lead, Wins 5-4 - (
Devils Win Goaltending Spectacle, 2-1 - (