Devils in the Details - 3/12/2014: Blind Save Edition

This dude was pretty good! - Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 3/12/14

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Devils Links

Last night the Devils took down the Second Rate Rivals in a 2-1 victory. The best part? It left Flyers fans bummed because of a "controversial" call in the game's final minute. Ha. [Fire and Ice]

Here's that call:



While he gave up a soft goal, the legendary Marty Brodeur had a solid game. Here's the most impressive save he made:

Eric Gelinas was a healthy scratch against the Flyers last night. He's not surprised. [Star-Ledger]

Hockey Links

Rich Peverley lost consciousness during the Dallas-Columbus game the other night. Scary stuff. [Puck Daddy]

The incident reminded Jaromir Jagr of watching one of his teammates die in 2008. [Star-Ledger]

The Islanders scored seven, yes, SEVEN goals in the third period against the Canucks to win 7-4. Yikes. The tank is on in Vancouver! [CBS Sports]

Josh Harding is back on the ice for the Wild! [Star Tribune]

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

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