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  1. That was a Lou-esque Choice
  2. I have confidence in our management now to use all of these draft picks wisely.That's a positive spin for sure.
  3. NEW YORK – Boston Bruins forward Max Talbot has been suspended for two games, without pay, for interference against New Jersey Devils forward Jiri Tlusty during NHL Game No. 494 in Boston on Sunday, Dec. 20, the National Hockey League's Department of Player Safety announced today.
  4. With their roster on the verge of becoming overcrowded, the Devils placed forward Brian O'Neill on waivers today. If O'Neill, 27, is not claimed by another team at noon on Thursday, he will be eligible to be assigned to Albany of the AHL. The Devils are at the 23-player roster limit and center Travis Zajac (upper-body) and right wing Tuomo Ruutu (right foot fracture) are close to being ready to come off injured reserve.
  5. Can you pick out the real from the fake?
  6. NEWARK — Tyler Kennedy, who had been signed to a professional tryout contract on Nov. 18, was signed to a one-year, two-way contract Friday and will likely be in theDevils' lineup against the Montreal Canadiens at Prudential Center. Kennedy's contract will pay him $600,000 at the NHL level and $200,000 in the AHL. To make room on the roster, the Devils placed winger Jiri Tlusty on injured reserve retroactive to Nov. 20.
  7. Former Devil Dainius Zubrus signed a one-year, two-way contract with the San Jose Sharks today after joining the team on a tryout last week.
  8. 2 points for Schneider. He was great. Nice crowd today.
  9. This.. I am behind you (riot wise)
  10. The Devils' plan to have the team move to the practice dressing room for games, walk past fans and enter the ice from one corner of the Prudential Center rink has seemingly hit a major snag. The NHL has apparently frowned upon allowing the club to put another entrance gate in the boards, which would make two at that end of the ice. Stay tuned on this one.