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Friday felt like a never-ending marathon for the New Jersey Devils. A myriad of Devils news dropped before the puck even hit the ice for the Devils’ tilt against the San Jose Sharks. Some good, and some not so good. More on that later in the links.

Following all that news, the Devils had a tough night in a 6-3 loss to San Jose. One might expect that New Jersey will hit the ice tomorrow to attempt to fix the issues that certainly exist. However, they’ll receive a CBA-mandated day off.

For those wondering, the NHL CBA states that each team needs to give its players a certain number of days off per month. Those days are pre-planned and cannot be changed regardless of the situation at hand.

Let’s get to some links.

New Jersey Devils

New Jersey Hockey Now: Okay, let’s start with Timo Meier. He was back last night. Read up on the details of everything leading up to his return.

More NJHN: In a more pessimistic lens, Dougie Hamilton had surgery to repair his torn left pectoral. He’ll be out indefinitely. Plus, more injury updates on Tomas Nosek and Erik Haula.

Even More: As a result of some chippy play against the Flyers, a suspension, and a fine were handed out to each team.

National Hockey Now

Pittsburgh Penguins

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Former Devil Ryan Graves was just demoted in the Penguins’ lineup. Here’s why the switch is working.

San Jose Sharks

San Jose Hockey Now: SJHN took a look at how Meier is doing with his new team following his departure at last season’s trade deadline.

P.S. I’m in the story!

Florida Panthers

Florida Hockey Now: The Panthers were a bit inconsistent before they set out on their three-game road trip. They collected three out of six possible points, but ore importantly, got the medicine they needed to get back on track.

Philadelphia Flyers

Philly Hockey Now: Ian Laperriere, the good-natured coach of the Philadelphia Flyers’ top minor-league team, says “nobody wants to play for me.”

Detroit Red Wings

Detroit Hockey Now: Our thoughts are with Red Wings captain, Dylan Larkin, and his family as they mourn their tragic loss.

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