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Devils in the Details - 5/20/19: High Praise Edition

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New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 5/20/19

Germany v United States: Group A - 2019 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Slovakia
KOSICE, SLOVAKIA - MAY 19: Yannic Seidenberg #36 of Germany challenges Jack Hughes #6 of United States during the 2019 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Slovakia group A game between Germany and United States at Steel Arena on May 19, 2019 in Kosice, Slovakia.
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Here are your links for today:

Devils Links

Cory Schneider saved 24 out of 25 shots and back-stopped Team USA to a win over Team Germany at the World Championships. [NHL]

Didn’t see this game, but it looks like Jack Hughes at least started out on the wing with Johnny Gaudreau out:

Some high praise from Patrick Kane for Jack Hughes in this in-depth profile on the potential No. 1 pick and how he became that good of a player: [NHL]

With an impressive showing so far at the World Championships, Kaapo Kakko says he thinks he could be picked No. 1. [NHL]

Prospect Jocktan Chainey and the Halifax Mooseheads are hosting this year’s Memorial Cup. [NHL]

Amidst a rocky time for professional women’s hockey, the Devils are ending their relationship with the Metropolitan Riveters. The Devils say the team will reallocate its resources “to focus strategically on grassroots initiatives that positively impact female youth hockey players in our area while leveraging our resources to help train, support and develop women’s hockey players competing at the highest levels.” [ESPN]

Hockey Links

The Blues have pulled off the incredible this season. In January, they had the worst record in the league. Now, they’re just one win from the Stanley Cup Finals. How’d that happen? [Sportsnet]

John Davidson has left the Blue Jackets to become the president of the Rangers. [TSN]

Looks like the Hurricanes are moving on from Scott Darling:

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