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Flying High Again – Devils Beat the “Bullies” 5-2

New Jersey Devils vs Philadelphia Flyers

Three Stars of the Game:

3rd Star: Andrei Loktionov (1 G, 1 A)

2nd Star: Johan Hedberg (2 GA, 23 Saves)

1st Star: Adam Henrique (2 G, 1 A)

The Devils (13-9-5) picked up their 30th and 31st points of the season against an old rival, the Philadelphia Flyers (12-15-1), in the first half of a home-and-home series. The win gives the Devils their first consecutive wins since ending their 5-game winning streak in mid-February, and is the first time the Devils scored more than 3 goals since they last played the Flyers on February 15.

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The Devils in the Details: March 3 – March 9

Devils in the Details

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The Devils in the Details will be a weekly post, looking back on the stats from your New Jersey Devils in their past week of play. Games between Sunday and Saturday from every week will be highlighted, with stats like Goals, Assists, PIM, Shots, etc. being the main focus. This week, we take a look at the Devils between March 3 and March 9, a week many Devils fans would probably like to forget. The Devils played four games against the Maple Leafs, Lightning, Sabres, and Hurricanes and went 1-3-0. If it wasn’t for a shootout win over the Sabres on Thursday night, the Devils would have had their worst week in the season, and could be in the middle of a 8-game losing streak.

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Game 23: New Jersey Devils vs. Tampa Bay Lightning

New Jersey Devils vs Tampa Bay Lightning

Game Time: 7:00 PM
Radio: 660 WFAN AM, 101.9 FM


For the second time this season, the New Jersey Devils (10-7-5) will face-off against the Tampa Bay Lightning (9-12-1) at the Prudential Center, their first meeting being a 4-2 win for Jersey’s Team, with goals coming from Henrique, Kovalchuk, Greene, and Elias. Both teams will be playing their second game in as many nights, with the Devils coming off of a 4-2 loss in Toronto, and Tampa Bay coming off a 4-3 loss against the Penguins. The last time these teams met, the Devils were in the middle of their 5-game winning streak, while the Lightning were in the middle of what would be a 6-game losing streak.

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Game 22: New Jersey Devils at Toronto Maple Leafs

New Jersey Devils vs Toronto Maple Leafs
Game Time: 7:00
Radio: WFAN 660 AM, 101.9 FM
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Your New Jersey Devils (10-6-5) will be travelling to Toronto on Monday evening to face-off against the Toronto Maple Leafs (13-9-0) to finish off their 3-game road trip. So far, the road trip hasn’t gone as the Devils and their fans would have liked, falling 3-1 to the Jets, and 4-3 in a shootout in Buffalo. The Devils have only gotten 1 out of a possible 4 points on the road trip, and will be looking to add two points at Toronto’s expense. This will be the first meeting of the two teams this season, and the first of two “north of the border”. Last season, the Devils went 2-1-1 against the Leafs, winning both games in Toronto, with both of them needing to go to overtime.

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Buffalo Stampedes Past New Jersey in the Shootout, 4-3

New Jersey Devils vs Buffalo Sabres

Three Stars of the Game:

3rd Star: Tyler Ennis (1 SO Goal)

2nd Star: Ryan Miller (3 GA, 28 Saves)

1st Star: Jason Pominville (2 goals)

The Devils (10-6-5) were once again left with a familiar feeling after falling to the Buffalo Sabres (9-12-1) in the shootout Saturday evening. Devils fans were glad to see the Carter-Gionta-Bernier line reunited, after Carter was activated from IR. Both teams’ power plays were held scoreless, the Devils going 0-5 and the Sabres going 0-6. Each team also gave up a short-handed goal. The Devils have now dropped 7 out of their last 9 games.

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Jets Shoot Down Devils – Devils Fall 3-1, Drop 3rd Straight

New Jersey Devils vs Winnipeg Jets

Three Stars of the Game:

3rd Star: Dustin Byfulgien (1 assist)

2nd Star: Ondrej Pavelec (1 GA, 22 Saves)

1st Star: Andrew Ladd (2 goals, 1 assist, 1 GWG)

The Devils (10-6-4) were once again left wondering where their offense went as they dropped their third consecutive game, falling 3-1 to the Winnipeg Jets (10-9-1). The Devils had their chances to score, but were unable to take advantage of these opportunities. The one silver-lining for the Devils is that they still have a respectable record, but are now 1-4-1 in their past six games.

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