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Daneyko to be honored by Devils for career as defenseman, broadcaster

Former teammates still talk of three-time Cup champion's physicality, sense of humor



Daneyko honored for 40 years with Devils as player, broadcaster

'Mr. Devil' gifted with silver stick, favorite cigars from family, players



His No. 3 retired on March 24, 2006.


Daneyko was selected by the Devils in the first round (No. 18) of the 1982 NHL Draft, the first for the franchise after it relocated from Colorado. He played his entire NHL career in New Jersey, setting Devils records for games played (1,283) and penalty minutes (2,516), and was a part of three Stanley Cup championship teams (1995, 2000, 2003) as a stay-at-home defenseman always willing to do whatever it took to succeed.







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