Devils in the Details - 7/24/2013: Jagr? Jagr. Edition

He's a Devil now. - Bruce Bennett

New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 7/24/13

Your links for today:

Devils Links

If you hadn't heard: Jaromir Jagr is a New Jersey Devil. [Star-Ledger]

Patrik Elias never thought he'd be teammates with the legendary Jagr. [Fire and Ice]

Cory Schneider was invited to the United States' Olympic Team orientation camp. [Fire and Ice]

Former Capital Andrei Nikolishin had some candid thoughts on his time in Washington, on Kovalchuk leaving and on Jaromir Jagr, who he described as "like a child, very emotional and vulnerable." [Russian Machine Never Breaks]

Without Ilya Kovalchuk, just how screwed are the Devils? [Grantland]

Be sure to take the new Talking Red Family Feud survey! [Talking Red]

Hockey Links

Supposedly things are smoothed over between Roberto Luongo and Vancouver GM Mike Gillis. Apparently they talked quite a bit ... through Twitter? [PHT]

The 2013-14 season will see the San Jose Sharks doing quite a bit of traveling: a league-high 57,612 miles. Yipes. On the Forecheck has a wonderfully detailed breakdown of the 2013-14 schedule. Be sure to take a look. [Puck Daddy] [On the Forecheck]

A year after trading Rick Nash to the Rangers, the Columbus Blue Jackets are doing just fine. [Columbus Dispatch]

Here's a roundup of some of the big names invited to the Olympic national camps: [New York Times]

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

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