Devils beat Rangers 3-2 in OT, head to Finals


Although the Devils didn't practice Thursday, it was still a bit of a busy day for fourth line left wing Ryan Carter and center Stephen Gionta. Carter said he received "quite a few" congratulatory text and phone messages after scoring the winning goal

ESPN NHL Analyst Barry Melrose gives his first breakdown of what lies ahead for the Devils in the Stanley Cup Final. They might not have been the popular choices when Stanley Cup finalists were picked in September, but make no mistake, the Los Angeles

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Although the Devils didn't practice Thursday, it was still a bit of a busy day for fourth line left wing Ryan Carter and center Stephen Gionta. Carter said he received "quite a few" congratulatory text and phone messages after scoring the winning goal

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