Devils in the Details - 2/20/2013: LOUD NOISES Edition

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Devils Links

The Devils will host their annual Fireworks Celebration on Sunday, following the game against the Jets. Get ready for some LOUD NOISES! [Fire and Ice]

No fines or suspensions for the Senators on the hit on Ryan Carter. Carter might have a concussion. [PHT] [NJ.com]

Hockey Links

Mathieu Darche is retiring. Best of luck to him! [Twitter]

After Erik Karlsson's injury, cut-resistant socks have become rather popular. [SportingNews]

Of course Pavel Datsyuk beat four Predators to score a spectacular goal. Of course he did. [Puck Daddy]

Sometimes Cam Ward is really good. Other times? He does stuff like this: [PHT]

The Blues had a *bit* of difficulty getting home on Sunday night. [PHT]

The Blackhawks have started pretty well this season. They have tied the NHL record with at least a point in their first 16 games. Wow. [PHT]

In that same game Marian Hossa took a nasty elbow to the back of his head courtesy of Jannik Hansen. Malicious or not? [PHT]

Time to fire up the rumor mill: could Daniel Alfredsson be lured away from the Senators? Surely not, right? Right?! [Cross Checks]

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

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