New Jersey Devils News and notes, March 2,2009

Notes: Sutter likes his team - (The Bergen Record)
Devils' Brodeur earns 100th regular-season shutout - (The Bergen Record)
Sutter: Marty's better than Billy - (Fire & Ice)
Early-strike offense - (Fire & Ice)
Pandolfo feeling "fine" - (Fire & Ice)
Brodeur hits century mark in shutouts - (Fire & Ice)
Live post: Brodeur posts 100th career shutout in 3-0 win - (Fire & Ice)
Sutter likes Devils the way they are - (Fire & Ice)
No lineup changes for today's game against Flyers - (Fire & Ice)
Martin Brodeur posts 100th career shutout in New Jersey Devils' 3-0 victory over Philadelphia Flyers - (The Star Ledger)
New Jersey Devils coach Brent Sutter says players can't worry about trading deadline - (The Star Ledger)
Another season over. 500 for New Jersey Devils - (The Star Ledger)
You Make the Call: Is Marty this good, or are the Devils making his life easy? - (The Star Ledger)
Former New Jersey Devil Arron Asham tried mind games with Martin Brodeur - (The Star Ledger)
Are the New Jersey Devils playing their best hockey all season? - (The Star Ledger)
Devils-Flyers: As they played - (The Star Ledger)
Surprising decision by New Jersey Devils: Rupp will sit in meeting with Flyers - (The Star Ledger)
Devils-Flyers: 3 things to watch - (The Star Ledger)
Marty's milestone lifts Devils to win - (The New York Daily News)
Obernauer: Marty, Devils still on top - (The New York Daily News)
Shutout No. 100 for Marty - (The New York Post)
February 2009 in Review - (In Lou We Trust)
Martin Brodeur Earns 100th Shutout in 3-0 Win over Philadelphia - (In Lou We Trust)
Game 63 GameThread: Devils vs. Philadelphia - (In Lou We Trust)
Game 63 Preview: Devils vs. Philadelphia - (In Lou We Trust)
Devils Postgame Video: Win over Flyers - (Msgnetwork)
Hockey Night Live: Answering Your Questions - (Msgnetwork)
With Brodeur Back in Goal, Devils Charge Forward - (The New York Times)
Brodeur gets shutout No. 100 vs. Flyers - (
Video: Brodeur Returns - (
NHL Standings - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils' players stats - (Yahoo NHL)
Devils Team Report Mar 2, 2009 - (Yahoo NHL)
Lamoriello pioneered fashionable trend in caps - (Globe and Mail)
Brodeur, Devils too much for Flyers - (Philadelphia Inquirer)
Brodeur Continues Trek Towards NHL Records, Top Form - (
Devils' Line Changes Re-Spark Offense - (
Brodeur not thinking records - (Slam Hockey)
100 Shutouts...200 Goals..Watching the same old Flyers lose 3-0..PRICELESS - (
Thoughts From Section 209, Weekend of 2/28 and 3/1/2009! - (2 man advantage)
Devils vs. Flyers, 03/01/09 - (Interchangeable Parts)

Devils Upended by Pirates, 6-1 - (
Devils Summary - (The Lowell Sun)

Devils Still Can't Solve Nailers in 4-3 Loss - (
T-Devils fall to Nailers, out of final playoff spot - (The Trenton Times)

N.H.L. Teams Ponder Moves as Trade Deadline Approaches - (The New York Times)
Burke: 'We're all nuts.' - (
Getting harder to figure out who's buying, selling - (
Deadline provides good theatre - (Globe and Mail)
Boston Bruins and Anaheim Ducks Agree in Principle on Chris Pronger Trade? - (Bleacher Report)
Will Niedermayer leave the Ducks? - (OCRegister) Blog: Looking at the trades so far - (The Hockey News)
Ask Adam: Dead line - (The Hockey News)

Devils prospects help Michigan stay among nation's elite - (The New York Daily News)
Another Carpenter not to be missed - (Boston Globe)

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