Devils in the Details - 2/22/2013: Salute to the Russians Edition

New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 2/22/13

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The Devils won on a comeback effort behind goals from the Russians: Andrei Loktionov (his first as a Devil) and Ilya Kovalchuk (his 84th as a Devil). [Fire and Ice] [NJ.com]

Martin Brodeur gives a breakdown on a subtle body movement that he read last night. Hearing him talk about this sort of stuff is all sorts of awesome. [NJ.com]

Speaking of Marty: the New York Times has a mondo profile on the 40-year-old goaltender. Set aside some time for this one. [NY Times]

Ryan Carter doesn't officially have a concussion. He's day-to-day. Mattias Tedenby is still in the hospital after suffering a skate cut to the face last week. [Fire and Ice]

The Devils defense: are they good enough to get the job done this season? [The Hockey Writers]

Hockey Links

In this version of "Mike Milbury Likes to Say Provocative Things": "The big guys, Malkin and Crosby. They're like crack addicts. They can't get enough of this offensive stuff. They want to go coast to coast and score goals, but it leads to some trouble." [Puck Daddy]

Brian Burke is done in Toronto. He has accepted a scouting job with the Ducks. [PHT]

That Penguins-Flyers game did pretty well in the ratings. It produced the best regular season ratings in NBC Sports Network history. [PHT]

The Senators just can't buy a break: Craig Anderson is day-to-day with a sprained ankle. [PHT]

Taylor Hall can probably expect a call from the league after this hit on Cal Clutterbuck. Ouch. [PHT]

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

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