New Jersey Devils News and notes, March 11, 2009

Devils notes - (The Bergen Record)
Marty’s magic number: 3 - (The Bergen Record)
Devils douse Flames, 3-2 - (The Bergen Record)
Havelid more comfortable in Game 2; Salvador shakes off cut - (Fire & Ice)
Brodeur moves within three of breaking Roy's wins record - (Fire & Ice)
Live post: Parise ups Devils' lead to 3-1 in third period - (Fire & Ice)
No Sutter vs. Sutter tonight - (Fire & Ice)
Rupp happy to be back in; Pandolfo disappointed - (Fire & Ice)
Optional skate today - (Fire & Ice)
March 22 game in Boston still a 3 p.m. start - (Fire & Ice)
Game 66: New Jersey Devils 3, Calgary Flames 2 - (The Star Ledger)
Niclas Havelid makes up for poor debut with New Jersey Devils with strong game against Calgary - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils haven't lost two in a row since early January - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils' Zach Parise was waiting for a whistle before scoring 39th goal - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils' Martin Brodeur needs two more wins to tie Patrick Roy's record after 3-2 victory over Calgary - (The Star Ledger)
Calgary Flames goaltender Miikka Kiprusoff moving closer to Martin Brodeur's season wins record - (The Star Ledger)
Devils-Flames: As they played - (The Star Ledger)
Patrik Elias needs four points to tie John MacLean as New Jersey Devils' all-time scoring leader - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils GM Lou Lamoriello: Fighting will stay in the NHL - (The Star Ledger)
Calgary Flames' Brett Sutter won't get to face Uncle Brent - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils-Calgary Flames: 3 things to watch - (The Star Ledger)
Jay Pandolfo will sit for New Jersey Devils; Mike Rupp back in against Flames - (The Star Ledger)
Montreal Canadiens will wear 1945-46 sweaters against New Jersey Devils Saturday - (The Star Ledger)
Brodeur, Devils douse Flames - (The New York Daily News)
Grand night for Brodeur - (The New York Post)
Devils Do Better in Beating Calgary 3-2 - (In Lou We Trust)
Game 66 GameThread: Devils vs. Calgary Flames - (In Lou We Trust)
Game 66 Preview: Devils vs. Calgary Flames - (In Lou We Trust)
Devils: Brodeur - Greater by the Game - (Msgnetwork)
Devils Postgame Video: Win over Flames - (Msgnetwork)
Devils douse Flames at the Rock - (
Brodeur vs. Roy: A battle of giants - (
NHL Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils' players stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report Mar 11, 2009 - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils’ Sutter may quit after season - (National Post)
Powerplay proving woefully 'short' of adequate - (Calgary Sun)
Devils Put Out Fire, Win 3-2: Control own destiny to win Eastern Conference - (
Thoughts From Section 209… Devils/Flames: 3/10/2009 - (2 man advantage)
Devils vs. Calgary, 03/10/09 - (Interchangeable Parts)

Devils Jolted by Sound Tigers, 2-1 - (
Shortage of goals has Devils stymied - (The Lowell Sun)

Devils Weekly -- March 9, 2009 - (

From The Point: Top 10 Stanley Cup contenders - (The Hockey News)
Avery's New York Rangers Face Lemieux's San Jose Sharks in Stanley Cup Finals? - (Bleacher Report)

Sawchuk literally was poetry in motion - (
Don Lever joins Habs' coaching staff - (

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