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Devils in the Details - 1/3/2014: New Year Edition

New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 1/3/14

Paul Bereswill

Happy (late) New Year! We're back for your regularly scheduled links. Your links for today:

Devils Links

The Devils players watched the Winter Classic, and it got them a little excited for their Stadium Series game. [Fire and Ice] [Star-Ledger]

The Devils ended 2013 on a positive note with a win over the Penguins. Hooray! [Fire and Ice] [Star-Ledger]

Adam Henrique got a horseshoe for Christmas, and perhaps it helped him to turn his fortunes around? It's only weird if it doesn't work. [Star-Ledger]

The U.S. Olympic team was named, and Cory Schneider wasn't on it. In fact, no Devils were. [Fire and Ice] [Star-Ledger]

Jaromir Jagr is enjoying his time in New Jersey and won't ask for a trade come deadline time. [Star-Ledger]

Hockey Links

Here's the United States' Olympic roster: [Puck Daddy]

Burnside has an in-depth look at how that roster was created. You really should read it. No, really. [ESPN Hockey]

When the U.S. Olympic roster was announced, a 67-year-old Canadian was mistakenly texted instead of Ryan Kesler. Oops. [SBNation]

Bobby Ryan didn't make the roster. WAT. [Puck Daddy]

The Winter Classic happened. It was pretty great! Pictures: [Puck Daddy]

The game delivered a record rating for NBC. Not bad, Winter Classic. Not bad. [Puck Daddy]

Nathan Horton finally made his Columbus Blue Jackets debut. [Eye on Hockey]

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