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Devils in the Details - 12/20/2013: Randolph the Reindeer? Edition

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New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 12/20/13

Brunner sure has a *nose* for goal now, doesn't he? Sorry, I'll show myself out.
Brunner sure has a *nose* for goal now, doesn't he? Sorry, I'll show myself out.
Bruce Bennett

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Reid Boucher scored! Woooooo! So did Jaromir Jagr! He broke a record! He is now in sole possession of the all-time game-winning goal record! Woooooo! [Fire and Ice] [Star-Ledger]

Damien Brunner is on what we in the business like to call a streak. He is doing well. Observe an example.
[Star-Ledger]

Ryane Clowe is hoping to play before Christmas. Will he make it in before the 25th? [Star-Ledger]

Stefan Matteau and Steve Santini survived the first round of cuts in the U.S. World Junior team camp. [Fire and Ice]

Peter DeBoer and the Devils players were asked to name as many of Santa's reindeer as they could. Quick, let's do our own holiday quiz! Before you watch, enter your predictions in the comments. Person with the highest number of correct answers gets gets 50 billion ILWT points.

1) Who will name each of the reindeer correctly?

2) Which goaltender will know the reindeer best?

3) Which Devils player will name reindeer "Randolph" and "Flasher"?

4) Which Devils player will appear shirtless in this holiday video?

Hockey Links

Claude Giroux did something pretty awesome last night.

There will be no supplemental discipline for Tom Wilson for his hit on Brayden Schenn the other night. This is a little surprising.

[via Twitter]

How does size relate to offense and winning in the NHL? [NHL Numbers]

NHL in Vegas? It could happen! [Puck Daddy]

Alex Steen got himself paid in the form of a three-year, $17.4 million contract with the Blues. [Puck Daddy]

Minnesota Wild goaltender Josh Harding has been placed on IR as he undergoes a change in his multiple sclerosis treatment. Best of wishes to Josh. [Puck Daddy]

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