Projecting the Most Successful New Jersey Devils at the Olympics

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Projecting the Most Successful New Jersey Devils at the Olympics

Today marks the last day the NHL will conduct any games until March 1, with the next two weeks or so dedicated to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver.

The Devils will have five participants on the world stage this time around: Martin Brodeur (Canada), Patrik Elias (Cz. Republic), Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia), Jamie Langenbrunner (USA), and Zach Parise (USA). With all five of these premier players on extremely talented teams, expect at least one to bring some gold back to Newark, and you can even expect a few others to bring back some silver or bronze as well. But which Devil will fare better off than the others?

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