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New Jersey Devils Morning News, Mar 27

Devils tired of traveling rocky road - (The Bergen Record)
Devils enjoying watching Kovalchuk do his thing - (Fire & Ice)

Ex-Devil Jim Dowd headlines inaugural class of NJ High School Hockey Hall of Fame - (Fire & Ice)
More power play work for the Devils as they prepare to hit the road - (Fire & Ice)
Ilya Kovalchuk's scoring zooms with Travis Zajac by his side for NJ Devils - (The Star Ledger)
Travis Zajac has been a factor in Ilya Kovalchuk's recent surge for Devils - (The Star Ledger)
A frail Pat Burns says he probably won't see completion of Quebec arena bearing his name - (The Star Ledger)
Cancer stricken Pat Burns honored to have Canadian arena named after him - (The Star Ledger)
Your comments: Kovalchuk's shootout history kept him on Devils bench - (The Star Ledger)
Devils focus on languishing power play before heading for Montreal - (The Star Ledger)
Four playoff spots could be clinched on Saturday - (
Top seed not the Devils' top priority - (New York Post)
Stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
Habs-Devils game a possible playoff preview - (Montreal Gazette)
As the stomach turns - (Montreal Gazette)

Robb pitches in to help Albany attract AHL team - (Albany Times Union)

Ex-coach promises to watch over new Pat Burns Arena - (Vancouver Sun)
Ailing Burns honoured that arena will carry his name - (Vancouver Sun)
Burns is a worthy candidate for Hall of Fame builder spot - (Montreal Gazette)
Burns lends a helping hand - (Montreal Gazette)
Burns makes emotional appearance - (Sarnia Observer)
Former NHL Coach Pat Burns Showing Bravery In His Fight Against Lung Cancer - (
Robb pitches in to help Albany attract AHL team - (