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Cam Janssen begins his second stint in New Jersey tonight as the Devils will face off against the Los Angeles Kings in Newark. Janssen, who hasn't played for the Devils since being traded to the St. Louis Blues in 2008, will make his first start of the 2011 season after sitting out the team's first two games against Philadelphia and Carolina. "A lot of work all summer, a lot of work in training camp, and you do it for one reason: this is it," Janssen told Devils.com. "It's just great to be back here and be able to play in this arena. I'm just very, very excited." Devils GM Lou Lamoriello traded Janssen away after he suffered a significant knee injury in 2007. New Jersey received current starting defensemen Bryce Salvador, and Janssen said it was the right move at the time. "They got Bryce Salvador, that was a great decision," Janssen told Tom Gulitti. "That was Lou at his best." In two years with New Jersey, Janssen p...
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