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Devils Daily: Ruff, Toews Call Out Their Own

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It might be the season of giving, but coaches and players haven’t been afraid to call out their own players or teammates down the stretch and headed into the holiday. Lindy Ruff did it in New Jersey following their overtime loss to the Philadelphia Flyers on some costly, detrimental mistakes. Devon Toews did it in Colorado the Avs, who many peg as a Stanley Cup contender, lost to the NHL-worst Chicago Blackhawks.

Elsewhere, the captain returns in San Jose with a big smile. Nikita Zadorov reflects on his time in Calgary. And that former second-overall selection who retired a few days ago? Yeah, that might not have actually happened…

Let’s do that hockey.

New Jersey Devils

New Jersey Hockey Now: Following the Devils’ 3-2 overtime loss to the Flyers on Tuesday, head coach Lindy Ruff stated Jack Hughes still had some learning to do.

More NJHN: A report by Pierre LeBrun of TSN and The Athletic suggests that the Devils’ No.1 defenseman, Dougie Hamilton, will be out until the playoffs start, perhaps a bit longer.

NJ.com: For whatever reason, the Devils just don’t play as well at home in front of their own fans as they do while they’re on the road. If they’re going to stay in the playoff hunt, that’s going to have to change.

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Colorado Avalanche

Colorado Hockey Now: Following their loss to the NHL-worst Blackhawks, Devon Toews specifically called out some teammates for their lack of effort.

San Jose Sharks

San Jose Hockey Now: Sharks captain, Logan Couture, has been sidelined for the entire season with a lower-body injury. However, he returned to the ice during Wednesday’s morning skate claiming, “I was part of the team again.”

Montreal Canadiens

Montreal Hockey Now: With the World Junior tournament just around the corner, it’s the perfect time to evaluate the production rates of various top Montreal Canadiens prospects.

Philadelphia Flyers

Philly Hockey Now: On Tuesday, a post from The Power Play, a hockey mentoring program, suggested that former Flyer Nolan Patrick retired from the NHL. However, on Wednesday, the player denied being retired despite his new job status.

Calgary Flames

Calgary Hockey Now: Now that he’s a member of the Vancouver Canucks, Nikita Zadorov can really open up about his feelings about his time with the Flames organization.

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