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New Jersey Devils News and Notes, September 16, 2010

Gulitti: Devils' players as dumbfounded as fans - (The Bergen Record)
Salvador and Zubrus dealing with trade talk; Kevin Cormier retires: Robinson happy to be back - (Fire & Ice)
Devils’ players react to Kovalchuk penalties, await salary-cap clearing moves - (Fire & Ice)

Devils coach John MacLean excited about start of camp; thinks Elias will stay at LW - (Fire & Ice)
John MacLean displays driving skill at Devils alumni golf event - (The Star Ledger)
Will Devils teammates resent waves created by Ilya Kovalchuk's contract? - (The Star Ledger)
Jamie Langenbrunner wonders if he'll be traded by Devils to cut payroll - (The Star Ledger)
Devils coach John MacLean affirms that Patrik Elias will play as left winger - (The Star Ledger)
Ilya ruling still eats at Devils - (The New York Post)
Devils host 11th annual Charity Golf Classic - (
New Jersey Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
Agents Pulver, Grossman discuss Kovalchuk deal on OTR - (TSN)
Situation in Jersey? - (
Devils paid steep price for Kovalchuk - (Calgary Herald)
The deal that keeps on taking - (Montreal Gazette)
Is Kovalchuk the Lindros of his generation? - (National Post)
Future Headlines: New Jersey Devils Re-Sign Zach Parise - (
NJ Camp Randoms... - (

Devils' camp goes first class - (Albany Times-Union)
Reports from Devils’ camp begin Thursday in the TU - (Albany Times-Union)

Tom Thompson's Blog: The value of a good goaltender - (The Hockey News)

Devils host 11th annual Charity Golf Classic - - (Putter)
Storm defenseman headed to Merrimack College in 2011 - (Kearney Hub)
...Kolomatis, an NHL prospect this season, attended the New Jersey Devils Rookie Camp this summer as an undrafted prospect...
High praise heaped upon Thrashers prospect Cormier - (Atlanta Journal-Constitution)