Devils in the Details - 10/25/2013: NICE-OFF Edition

Young Eric Gelinas didn't look half bad out there last night. - Bruce Bennett

New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 10/25/13

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Devils Links

The Devils blew two one-goal leads, but made it to a shootout against the Canucks where they [SHOCKER] lost. [Fire and Ice] [Star-Ledger]

The play of youngsters Eric Gelinas and Adam Larsson was a bright spot for the team last night. [Star-Ledger]

For now Cory Schneider appears to be the Devils' number one. But no one is writing of Martin Brodeur. Brodeur and Schneider are engaged in what we call a nice-off, where each tries to say nicer things about the other. [Star-Ledger]

The other day Pete DeBoer challenged the team not to be "passengers," whatever that means. [Fire and Ice]

Hockey Links

Here's a time-lapse look at Madison Square Garden's $1 billion renovation:

[via PHT]

John Scott did a John Scott thing. He was ejected after hitting Loui Eriksson in the head with a pretty terrible cheap shot.

[Puck Daddy]

The Lightning gave up a pretty hilarious goal last night. Don't worry though, they went ahead and won the game anyway.

[via Puck Daddy]

HBO's 24/7 will begin on December 14. [PHT]

Columbus Blue Jackets Defenseman James Wisniewski left it all out on the ice against the Devils the other night:

[via Puck Daddy]

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

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