Devils in the Details - 4/21/2014: Weekend of Controversy Edition

Playoffs, man. - Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

New Jersey Devils & Related Hockey Links for 4/21/14

Lots of stuff happened in the playoffs this weekend. Crazy stuff, man. Your links for today:

Devils Links

If for some reason the Devils want to sign Brian Gionta, they have a good recruiter in Stephen Gionta. OK. [Star-Ledger]

The Albany Devils will face St. John's in the first round of the Calder Cup playoffs. [Fire and Ice]

Some thoughts from Doc Emrick on Chico: [Fire and Ice]

Hockey Links

One of the big talking points of this weekend was a terrible Brent Seabrook hit on David Backes:
[Puck Daddy]

Joel Quenneville was fined $25,000 for his ... interesting reaction to a call. [Puck Daddy]

Controversial call in Tampa Bay-Montreal Game 3:

[via Puck Daddy]

Congrats to #Lumbus on their first postseason win. Their overtime victory also gave them a 1-1 series against Pittsburgh.

[via PHT]

Barry Trotz said farewell to Nashville in a full-page ad in The Tennessean:

[via PHT]

Zdeno Chara laughs in your face as you try to fight him.

Milan Lucic got fined for this shot:

[via Puck Daddy]

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

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