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Devils in the Details - 10/26/18: Remission Edition

New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 10/26/18

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Here are your links for today:

Devils Links

Great news: Brian Boyle says his cancer is in remission after he received the results from his most recent blood test. [NHL]

Kyle Palmieri stayed hot, but the Devils coughed up another lead and fell to the Predators in overtime, 4-3, on Thursday. As John noted in his recap, for the third time in three games the Devils conceded a goal within the last ten minutes of the third period and went on to lose. In two out of three games, the Devils had a lead in the third period. Not great, Bob. [All About The Jersey] [] []

Sportsbook operator William Hill is opening a betting lounge at Prudential Center, where you can watch games alongside odds boards. [ESPN]

Jesper Bratt is getting closer to his season debut:

What does each guy’s jersey number mean to him? Here’s what each player on the roster had to say: [The Athletic ($)]

I want to say that we knew this already, but just in case, here you go: Patrick Maroon on free agency and signing a one-year deal with the Blues, via Sportsnet: “From my understanding, teams were interested in me, but there were no real offers. Arizona offered me a two-year deal, New Jersey offered me quite a bit more money, but I took a chance on myself. I’m betting on myself, and I’m taking all the risk.” [Sportsnet]

Hockey Links

NHL commissioner Gary Bettman upheld Tom Wilson’s 20-game suspension for an illegal check to the head of Blues forward Oskar Sundqvist. Wilson can appeal the suspension to a neutral arbitrator. [TSN]

The Golden Knights have signed defenseman Nate Schmidt to a $35.7 million, six-year contract extension. [NHL]

Feel free to discuss these and any other hockey-related stories in the comments below.