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New Jersey Devils News and Notes, September 20, 2010

Captain's 'C' no guarantee of staying for Jamie Langenbrunner - (The Bergen Record)
Ilya Kovalchuk moves to right wing in first Devils practice - (The Bergen Record)
Devils captain Jamie Langenbrunner vows to be better after disappointing end to last season - (Fire & Ice)

Adam Mair seeking a chance to play, win with Devils; Travis Zajac looking to hone his faceoff skills - (Fire & Ice)
Devils’ John MacLean quickly adjusting to life as an NHL head coach - (Fire & Ice)
Rolston’s cut "just a freak thing"; Eckford back on the ice - (Fire & Ice)
Henrik Tallinder brings more than "height " to Devils defense - (Fire & Ice)
D Alexander Urbom trying to make most of chance to make Devils - (Fire & Ice)
Brian Rolston on the ice for second practice session - (Fire & Ice)
First group of the day on the ice at Devils camp; Zubrus impressed with Josefson - (Fire & Ice)
Ilya Kovalchuk aside, Devils landed other key free agents in Anton Volchenkov and Henrik Tallinder - (The Star Ledger)
Newcomer Henrik Tallinder more than just a capable defenseman - (The Star Ledger)
Brian Rolston back with Devils today after Saturday's skate cut - (The Star Ledger)
Devils begin second full day of training camp - (The Star Ledger)
Devils move Kovalchuk to right wing, form potent No. 1 line - (The Star Ledger)
Devils' Kovalchuk moves to right wing - (The New York Post)
Who will go, who will stay to dance with the Devils? - (Sault Star)
Zajac shooting to be an impact player - (
Arnott, Elias reunited at training camp - (
Kovy gets 'right' down to business - (
Devils' MacLean moves Kovalchuk to RW - (Yahoo NHL)
New Jersey Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
Who will Devils sacrifice? - (Toronto Sun)
Kovalchuk mess truly a deal with the devil - (The Boston Globe)
Ilya Kovalchuk Moves to Right Wing as Devils Open Camp - (
Should Niedermayer join Stevens and Daneyko in the rafters? - (

It’s tough to be a goaltending prospect for Devils - (
Two holdovers from when Devils last played in Albany - (

TRENTON DEVILS In-Depth Interview with Dave Caruso - (

Prudential Center resurges high demand for downtown Newark living - (The Star-Ledger)
Brodeur backs NHL return to Quebec City - (Toronto Sun)