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Devils in the Details - 11/24/23: What’s Wrong? Edition

New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 11/24/23

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NHL: New Jersey Devils at Detroit Red Wings
New Jersey Devils defenseman John Marino (6) battles for the puck against Detroit Red Wings defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere (41) and left wing David Perron (57) during the third period at Little Caesars Arena. 
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Here are your links for today:

Devils Links

The Red Wings tallied three goals in the first period of Wednesday’s game against the Devils, and things predictably spiraled from there. Detroit won 4-0. [Devils NHL]

The streak comes to an end:

The Hockey Guy with some thoughts:

Mike Rupp has a suggested move for Tom Fitzgerald: John Gibson. “I like their goaltending, but I feel like that’s an area you could potentially upgrade or get deeper in. … John Gibson is one that I love his game and love what he does.” [NJ.com]

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Awful news: “Taylor Hall will miss the rest of the season for the Chicago Blackhawks because of ACL surgery on his right knee, coach Luke Richardson said Thursday.” [NHL.com]

It appears Andrei Vasilevskiy is nearing a return for the Lightning:

On resisting Father Time: “Sidney Crosby, Victor Hedman and Jonathan Quick already have had thriving NHL careers so far, and the three are still doing extremely well in 2023-24, writes Adam Proteau.” [The Hockey News]

“They may no longer rule the sport as consensus top players, but the foundation of the modern era was built upon their shoulders. ‘We saved the NHL,’ Ovechkin says. Now 36 and 38 years old, Crosby and Ovechkin navigate the twilight of their hockey careers while also contemplating where they might gather to hash it all out over beers. Just not yet. As Crosby insists: ‘We’re a long way from finished, I hope.’” [The Athletic ($)]

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