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The New Jersey Devils are winners in five of their last six games. It’s quite the turnaround following their November woes. However, they still have some holes to fill as they haven’t been perfect. And, although the wins ease the pressure on general manager Tom Fitzgerald to make a move, there’s certainly no lack of news regarding who he may or may not be checking in on. The most recent report cites the Devils GM looking toward free agency. More on that later.

Elsewhere, Pittsburgh’s GM is drawing criticism, San Jose might be a wagon, and a former Devils is struggling big time.

Let’s do that hockey.

New Jersey Devils

New Jersey Hockey Now: The trade block isn’t the only place for general manager Tom Fitzgerald to look for a defenseman. According to a report, the Devils are keeping their eye on a free-agent blue liner.

More NJHN: For the first time this season, the Devils had a goaltender steal two points. Plus, Simon Nemec scored his first NHL goal. Read up on last night’s takeaways from the Devils 2-1 victory over the Seattle Kraken.

NJ.com: Devils head coach Lindy Ruff has a candid conversation, speaking to New Jersey forward Timo Meier, the goaltending, & more.

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Pittsburgh Penguins

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: A TSN insider took direct aim at Penguins GM Kyle Dubas, citing mistakes he’s made in Pittsburgh reminiscent of his time in Toronto.

Colorado Avalanche

Colorado Hockey Now: Former Devil, Tomas Tatar, is in the midst of a serious slump but remains focused on his team. “I don’t think I’ve ever had a stretch like this.”

Philadelphia Flyers

Philly Hockey Now: Word on the street is that teams are calling the Flyers to check the availability of Rasmus Ristolainen. However, according to a report, Philadelphia isn’t eager to trade the 6-foot-4 defenseman.

Florida Panthers

Florida Hockey Now: On a special night for Finnish Hockey in front of a nationally-televised audience on the 106th anniversary of Finland declaring its independence, Sasha Barkov has a big game.

San Jose Sharks

San Jose Hockey Now: The Sharks mounted yet ANOTHER comeback win against the Detroit Red Wings, spoiling Patrick Kane’s winged wheel debut. See the reaction from within the locker room.

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