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1/20--Game Recap

By: Brian Deakyne

Final Score: New Jersey Devils (33-14-1) 2, Florida Panthers (21-21-8) 0

Scoring Summary: Devils goals scored by Travis Zajac (14) from Zach Parise and Nick Palmieri at 18:30 of the second period, Dean Mcammond (5) unassisted at 19:59 of the third period.

What went wrong: Not much went bad on New Jersey for this night, aside from the fact that the struggling powerplay went 0-2 on the night.

What went right: In a game that involved two teams with three game streaks, you would never have guessed the Devils were the team coming off the losing streak. 'Jersey's Team' was virtually perfect tonight behind Brodeur's seventh shutout and 30th win, as they defeated the Panthers 2-0. The two rookies from Lowell, Patrick Davis and Nick Palmieri displayed a lot of skill, with Davis drawing a powerplay in the second period and Palmieri tallying an assist on Zajac's goal. Parise was impressive on offense as usual, quarterbacking the powerplay and setting up the Zajac goal.

The defense was solid all night in front of the all-time wins and shutout leader, as he turned away all 22 shots from Florida.

Devils Player of the Game: Martin Brodeur. In a game the Devils needed to win coming off a tough slide, it was Brodeur who was literally perfect, shunning away Florida, and leading the Devils to a 2-0 win in his seventh shutout of the season.


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