New Jersey Devils News and Notes, Nov 28-30, 2009

Clarkson is sidelined 4-to-6 weeks - (The Bergen Record)
Elias and Rolston spark Devils - (The Bergen Record)

Devils notes: Another milestone for Marty - (The Bergen Record)
Devils beat Bruins, 2-1, lose Clarkson - (The Star Ledger)
Despite winning streak, NJ Devils ready to see injured veterans return - (The Star Ledger)
Rookie Matt Corrente shows NJ Devils some fight in first NHL bout - (The Star Ledger)
NY Devils winger David Clarkson placed on injured reserve with ankle fracture - (The Star Ledger)
That NJ Devils offensive explosion? Chemistry between Brian Rolston and Patrik Elias - (The Star Ledger)
Brian Rolston tallies four points to lead NJ Devils to 6-1 victory over NY Islanders - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils-Islanders: As they played - (The Star Ledger)
Ilkka Pikkarainen, Vladimir Zharkov in NJ Devils lineup; Jacques Lemaire praises team's veterans - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils winger David Clarkson out 4-6 weeks with fracture above right ankle - (The Star Ledger)
On record-setting afternoon, NJ Devils goalie Martin Brodeur hears cheers from Boston crowd - (The Star Ledger)
Zach Parise: NJ Devils can't worry about injuries - (The Star Ledger)
Martin Brodeur sets NHL career minutes-played record in NJ Devils' shootout victory - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils lose David Clarkson with ankle injury, but not game to Bruins - (The Star Ledger)
Martin Brodeur becomes NHL's all-time minutes leader in NJ Devils' 2-1 win over Boston Bruins - (The Star Ledger)
NJ Devils goalie Martin Brodeur on verge of minutes record, U.S. citizenship - (The Star Ledger)
Devils top Isles, extend streak - (The New York Daily News)
Brodeur sets minutes mark in Devils win - (The New York Daily News)
Devils welcome back Oduya, Pandolfo - (The New York Post)
Banged-up Devils roll past Islanders, 6-1 - (The New York Post)
Devils' Clarkson out 4-6 weeks - (The New York Post)
Broken Devs don't bend - (The New York Post)
Devils Brush Off Injuries and Roll On - (The New York Times)
Weekly Metro Area Hockey Schedule - (In Lou We Trust)
NJ Devils & Atlantic Division Weekly Snapshot - 11/29 - 12/5 - (In Lou We Trust)
New Jersey Devils Rout the New York Islanders with a 4 Goal Third Period, Win 6-1 - (In Lou We Trust)
Game #24 - Devils vs. New York Islanders - (In Lou We Trust)
Game 24 Preview: New Jersey Devils vs. New York Islanders - 11/28/2009 - (In Lou We Trust)
New Jersey Devils Grind Out a Win over Boston Bruins with the Shootout, 2-1 - (In Lou We Trust)
Game #23 - Devils at Boston Bruins - (In Lou We Trust)
Fischler: How Do Devs Do It? - (Msgnetwork)
Video: Devils on Win Over Isles - (Msgnetwork)
Devils 6, Islanders 1 - (
Starting lineups 11.28.09 - (
Clarkson to miss 4-6 weeks - (
Brodeur sets another mark in Devils’ win - (
Toys for Tots - 12/4 and 1995 Champions Night - 12/5 - (
NHL Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils' players stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils' injuries continue to mount, but so do wins - (
SO long, winning streak: Devils get better of B's - (The Boston Herald)
Give a hand to Brodeur, fans - (The Boston Herald)

Devils Held at Bay by Pirates, 4-1 - (
Devils iced by Pirates - (The Lowell Sun)

Jackals Trounce Devils, 6-1 - (
T-Devils rocked in return game with Jackals - (The Trentonian)
RKell, Caruso aid T-Devils in win over Elmira - (The Trenton Times)
T-Devils have players coming and going - (The Trenton Times)

Off to a fast start - (
Parity perfect for NHL coaches - (Calgary Sun)

Vipers load up blueline - (BCLocalNews)
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