Dec 18, 2013; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils right wing Jaromir Jagr (68) and goalie Martin Brodeur (30) celebrate the Devils 5-2 win over the Ottawa Senators at the Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports

NHL Roundup: Your Morning Links

Welcome to your NHL Roundup, where we provide you with your Morning Links from around the NHL.  The action on the ice may be over but there is never an off-season off the ice.

Fomer Av Steve Moore has started a foundation that offers athletes from all sports access to the latest information on head injuries nearly a decade after the Todd Bertuzzi incident. (Windsor Star)

Jaromir Jagr has just passed Steve Yzerman on the NHL’s all-time goals list and is just two more away from passing Mark Messier. Not bad, kid. (National Post)

John Mitchell finally getting a little attention for his strong, versatile play. (Denver Post)

Gabe Landeskog and Matt Duchene spoke to the media on Wednesday, looking forward to tonight’s game with the Edmonton Oilers. (Avalanche)

Alex Steen probably deserves to be paid right about now and paid he got: 3 years, $17.4 million from the Blues. (Puck Daddy)

I mean, if you’re a goalie, what can you really do about a shot like that? (Blackhawk Up)

To be fair to this kid, I’d be distracted if I made a great save, too. (YouTube)

And finally, eliminating the ability to pop the water bottle off the top of the net is a crime and a travesty. (Imgur)

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