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Dealin with the Devil

New Jersey Jive: Hockey Staff Reporter - Harold Lipshitz

   As many have found out, dealing with the Devils' GM Johnny Capone is somewhat a pleasant experience. Many of your trades and dealings have been quite amicable and in good spirit. Some say, trading with Johnny is easier than having a bowel movement after taking a laxative. But before the league and its GMs get too comfortable with the New Jersey GM, may you be warned on who this really is.....let's just say that behind every devil is a clever boss.
   Johnny Capone is the Devil himself who has risen to our surface in form of a very sly and smooth hockey GM and mafia boss. What many of you do not realize is that the NJ Devils have purposely quickly and quietly hidden from your radars. In the breath of a moment, the NJ Devils have transfomed through picks and trades into a team which many should admire but most importantly fear.
   Your dealings with the Devils have allowed NJ to become a very deadly and potent team in the present and for the future. Your only salvation may one day be to say "I dealt with the Devil himself and he took pitty on me after woopin my ass by 10 goals." You know it...I know it...even JD's pet canary and Trev's monkey know it. Everyone knows that the Devils have arrived. Speed, skill, and scoring...the 3 "S's" of Armageddon you beeyotches!!!.....New Jersey style.