Devils lacking offense in two home losses to Kings
Tonight, the New Jersey Devils lost 2-1 in overtime to the Los Angeles Kings in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals. In this recap, I explain why it was heartbreaking, what the Devils did well, how they didn't do so well in overtime
Since The Rock opened in 2007, Devils fans have made the awkward transition from a car-based culture of pregame tailgate parties in the Meadowlands' vast parking lots to the city blocks of Newark. Some valiantly attempt to tailgate in pay lots around
For the second straight game, Jonathan Quick appears to be inside the heads of Devils' shooters. Despite his club being outplayed for long stretches of Game 2, the Kings were able to take a second
Devils backup goalie Johan Hedberg has appeared in only one game in these playoffs and that was for 36 minutes in relief of Martin Brodeur during Game 3 of the opening round against the Florida Panthers. Yet this, a chance to win his first Stanley Cup
“It's something to build around,” said Devils forward Ryan Carter. “It's just another one of those things that reminds you of where you're at.” Added teammate Steve Bernier: “I started first game of the playoffs and I've been growing it ever since.