Devils in the Details - 3/19/2014: Return of the Jagr? Edition

Things are looking good for this man's return to the Devils next season! - Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 3/19/14

Your links for today:

Devils Links

The Devils continued in their losing ways with a 4-2 loss to Boston. *sigh* Things aren't looking so hot in Mudville these days. [Fire and Ice] Martin Brodeur done called out his teammates' effort. [Star-Ledger]

When Ryan Carter couldn't play due to an injury, things looked good for Jacob Josefson's return to the lineup. Nope. Sestito. Does JaJo have a future with the Devils? [Fire and Ice] [Star-Ledger]

Jaromir Jagr's agent is optimistic that Jagr will be back with the Devils next season! Woo! [Puck Daddy]

Former Devil Petr Sykora has retired after a solid career. Stick tap to you, Mr. Sykora. [Sports Illustrated]

Hockey Links

Islanders fans chanted "We want Moulson!" when he returned with his new team. Awkward. [Puck Daddy]

Ryan Callahan was traded because he was asking for too much money. Heh. [PHT]

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

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