[Forward Scott] Gomez, who averaged 64 points in his first 10 seasons, including 59 points in his first season in Montreal, slipped to 38 points in 2010-11 and just 11 points in an injury-plagued 2011-12. He was lambasted in the hockey-crazed Canadian media and scorned by Habs' fans. Fortunately, Gomez heeded the advice of former teammate Joe Nieuwendyk and late Devils coach Pat Burns, who told him not to read his press clippings, good or bad. "They took my paper away and said one of these days you'll be playing some where you might want to jump off a bridge,'' smiled Gomez. - A bit more from Harvey on Gomez above.