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GRANT MARSHALL RUMORS

Devils Alumni Helping Hurricane Sandy Victims

Grant Marshall Teaching A Youth Coach A Thing or Two Coaches from the New Jersey Colonials, a travel hockey club out of Mennen Arena, took on the Devils NHL Alumni Team in a match billed as the War to Restore or the Ice Cool Duel on Friday at Mennen Arena in Morris Township. The Fundraiser collected donations and food items to replenish area food banks and raise funds for The Hurricane...
Via Running With The Devils
November 20, 2012  |  Discuss

The Stanley Cup Fountain In Times Square

On Wednesday morning the NHL and NBC celebrated the Stanley Cup Playoffs in Times Square with a 21-foot tall, 6,600 lbs. replica of the Stanley Cup. NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, NBC Sports Group Chairman Mark Lazarus, former NHLers Clark Gillies, Adam Graves, Grant Marshall and the actual Stanley Cup attended the festivities in New York City.  
Via Sports-Glory
April 14, 2012  |  Discuss
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