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New Jersey Devils News and notes, October 30-31, 2010

Zach Parise injured in Devils' 3-1 loss to Kings - (The Bergen Record)
Patrik Elias, Martin Brodeur lead Devils past Ducks, 2-1 - (The Bergen Record)
Parise headed back to New Jersey with "lower-body injury" - (Fire & Ice)
Live post: Devils at Los Angeles Kings, 10/30/10; Parise injured in 3-1 loss - (Fire & Ice)
Devils call up C Brad Mills and place D Anton Volchenkov on IR - (Fire & Ice)

Live post: Devils at Anaheim Ducks, 10/29/10 - (Fire & Ice)
Devils place Fraser on injured reserve - (Fire & Ice)
Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur unaffected by NHL's new equipment rules - (The Star Ledger)
Brad Mills unable to truly enjoy his NHL debut in Devils' loss - (The Star Ledger)
Zach Parise returns home with lower body injury as Devils fall to Kings - (The Star Ledger)
Offensive woes continue for Devils in 3-1 loss to Kings - (The Star Ledger)
Devils-Kings: As they play - (The Star Ledger)
Devils send Jacob Josefson home with hand injury; Jason Arnott's ankle OK - (The Star Ledger)
Devils recall center Brad Mills from Albany; put Anton Volchenkov on IR - (The Star Ledger)
Martin Brodeur, Devils get morning off as they await clash with Kings - (The Star Ledger)
Rod Pelley bloody well enjoyed Devils' goal celebration - (The Star Ledger)
Devils get a much-needed win as Patrik Elias moves to center - (The Star Ledger)
Devils end three-game losing streak with 2-1 victory over Ducks - (The Star Ledger)
Devils-Ducks: As they play - (The Star Ledger)

Non-displaced fracture means Devils' Matt Corrente won't need surgery - (The Star Ledger)
After passing Bobby Hull, Ducks' Teemu Selanne says this is probably last season - (The Star Ledger)
Your comments: Rookie head coach John MacLean has already faced plenty of adversity - (The Star Ledger)
Ilya Kovalchuk downplays first game in L.A. since signing with Devils - (The Star Ledger)
Injured hand will sideline Devils' rookie center Jacob Josefson - (The Star Ledger)
Devils put defenseman Mark Fraser on injured reserve - (The Star Ledger)
Kings get revenge on Ilya, Devils - (The New York Post)
Elias' goal sparks Devils - (The New York Post)
Hand injury will keep Josefson out of Devils game: report - (The New York Post)
Once Again, New Jersey Devils Falter in 3-1 Loss to Los Angeles Kings - (In Lou We Trust)
New Jersey Devils at Los Angeles Kings - Gamethread #12 - (In Lou We Trust)
Game 12 Preview: New Jersey Devils at Los Angeles Kings - (In Lou We Trust)
New Jersey Devils Snap 3 Game Losing Streak with 2-1 Win Over Anaheim Ducks - (In Lou We Trust)
New Jersey Devils at Anaheim Ducks - Gamethread #11 - (In Lou We Trust)
Supporting Supporters to Bring the Noise Can Enhance the Experience at New Jersey Devils Games - (In Lou We Trust)
High-flying Kings have no regrets over losing Kovalchuk courtship - (
Stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
In Los Angeles, it's everything-but-Ilya Kovalchuk Night - (Yahoo NHL)
Parise injured, heading back to Jersey - (
Kings beat the Devils, and Ilya Kovalchuk, 3-1 - (Los Angeles Times)
Kings Exorcise Devils, Kovi in 3-1 Victory - (LAist)
Kings show Kovalchuk they're OK without him - (
Kings: Second line continues to put up first-line numbers - (ESPN)
Devils Vs Kings: Can New Jersey Put in a Winning Effort Against Los Angeles? - (Bleacher Report)
JOHN STEIGERWALD: Devils get no bang for buck - (Indiana Gazette)
For MacLean and Devils, trip west is no time to coast - (
Leave Ilya Kovalchuk Alone, Kings Fans! - (SB Nation Los Angeles)
Devils' eggs all in one basket - (Montreal Gazette)
Gormley: Mismatch worsening for Devils, Kovalchuk - (Delaware Online)

Devils suffer first road loss - (
Third period heroics give Devils 3-2 win - (
Devils lose for first time on the road, 3-2 - (The Times Union)
Mills, one of Albany’s hottest players, sent to New Jersey - (The Times Union)
Gionta’s late goal keeps Devils’ road mark intact - (The Times Union)
Devils defeated - (The Times Union)
Gionta lifts Devils - (The Times Union)

Gladiators edge Devils 3-2 in shootout - (

Hockey’s Most Decorated - (The New York Times)