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New Jersey Devils News and Notes, December 3, 2010

Devils notes: Martin Brodeur to skate - (The Bergen Record)
Devils hear boos at The Rock as Canadiens cruise to 5-1 win - (The Bergen Record)
Gionta hoped for better outcome vs. brother Brian; McKenna stops first NHL penalty shot - (Fire & Ice)
MacLean: "I could have benched nine guys" - (Fire & Ice)
Live post: Devils vs. Montreal Canadiens, 12/2/10 - (Fire & Ice)

Brian Gionta had showdown with younger brother, Stephen, circled on his calendar - (Fire & Ice)
It was an unusually early hook for Johan Hedberg in Devils' loss - (The Star Ledger)
Devils coach John MacLean: 'I could've benched nine guys' - (The Star Ledger)
No brotherly love shown as Devils are crushed by Canadiens, 5-1 - (The Star Ledger)
Devils-Canadiens: As they play - (The Star Ledger)
Former Devils winger Brian Gionta 'very proud' of brother Stephen - (The Star Ledger)
Devs sink like a brick at The Rock - (The New York Daily News)
Reeling Devils put up a home stinker - (The New York Post)
Ex-Devs Haunt Jersey - (Msgnetwork)
NHL Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
New Jersey Devils' players stats - (Yahoo NHL)
New Jersey Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
‘You can feel for them,’ Gionta says - (Yahoo NHL)

Wheeling rolls over Trenton, 5-2 - (
Devils trade for Shane Connelly - (
Devils angle past Walleye, 4-2 - (
Trenton adds Chase Watson - (

Police recover stolen Pat Burns items as community rallies - (Yahoo NHL)
Good Samaritan returns Burns’ suitcases - (Yahoo NHL)
Pat Burns' Stolen Suitcases Found - (