New Jersey Devils News and notes, March 16, 2009

St. Patrik's day, too - (The Bergen Record)
Elias looking to break a record, too - (Fire & Ice)
Brodeur seeking to be in a class of his own; believes record won't be unreachable - (Fire & Ice)
Weekes might start in Carolina; Brandon Sutter demoted to Albany - (Fire & Ice)
Brodeur NHL's First Star of the Week - (Fire & Ice)
Devils' practice underway at The Rock; Limited number of tickets still left - (Fire & Ice)
Elias a big winner with Brodeur - (Fire & Ice)
Reflecting on a historic night - (Fire & Ice)
New Jersey Devils goalie felt the strain on Sunday - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils coach Brent Sutter won't say which goalie will play in Carolina - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur named NHL's first star of the week - (The Star Ledger)
A limited number of tickets remain for New Jersey Devils-Chicago Blackhawks game - (The Star Ledger)
Canadian media follows Martin Brodeur to New Jersey for Devils' practice - (The Star Ledger)
Martin Brodeur has chance to break wins record at home against Blackhawks - (The Star Ledger)
Martin Brodeur and New Jersey Devils get a day off - (The Star Ledger)
Slideshow: Martin Brodeur gets career win No. 551 - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils' Patrik Elias tied a record of his own - (The Star Ledger)
Patrick Roy on New Jersey Devils' Martin Brodeur: He's a machine - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur admits he was a little nervous - (The Star Ledger)
Beyond 551, The Main Goal Remains the Same - (In Lou We Trust)
The Morning Skate: Brodeur, Roy and Avery 2.0 - (The New York Times)
Brodeur named NHL's 'First Star' - (
Elias reflects on tying Devils' pts. record - (
Marty's dad hardly can picture this - (
Brodeur focused on task at hand - (
Brodeur opted for the nets early - (
Brodeur Blog - (
NHL Network-US showing Devils-Hawks Tuesday - (
Brodeur leads week's 'Three Stars' - (
Brodeur liked, emulated Hextall's game - (
Brodeur was a scorer before goalie - (
NHL Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils' Team Statistics - (Yahoo NHL)
New Jersey Devils: 2008-09 Top 10 prospects - (
Martin Brodeur Poised To Be The Best Goalie In NHL History - (FanIQ)
Brodeur’s father gets close-up view of milestone - (National Post)
Warm feeling evident as Roy watches Brodeur tie his NHL victories record - (The Canadian Press) Blog: Brodeur records will never be broken - (The Hockey News)
Martin Brodeur only tied for record, thanks to Ken Wregget - (National Post)
Luongo lauds stand-up Brodeur for tying Roy's win mark - (The Province)
One away from greatness? - (2 man advantage)
It has to be done. - (2 man advantage)
Devils @ Canadians LIVECAP! - (2 man advantage)
Devils win 3-1, Brodeur at 551. Montreal the site of Devils' milestones - (
Elias - Another "Mr. Devil" - (
The Best Goalie of all time! - Share your memories! - (

Devils Ambushed By Bruins, 6-2 - (
Tough day for Devils - (The Lowell Sun)

Devils Fall at Home to Cincinnati, 3-2 - (
Devils Move to First Place After Win in Reading, 3-1 - (
From 1st to 3rd in a flash - (The Trenton Times)
T-Devils take over first place - (The Trenton Times)

New Jersey Devil visits Liberty Elementary School - (Warren Reporter)

If the Stanley Cup Playoffs started today ... - (
Aaron Portzline's NHL power rankings - (Columbus Dispatch )
NHL Power Poll: Devils continue climb to top - (
Brisebois mark overshadowed - (The Victoria Star)

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