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Too Little, Too Late: Late Goal was Not Enough as New Jersey Devils Lose 2-1 to Philadelphia in Game 1

Tonight, the New Jersey Devils lost to the Philadelphia Flyers 2-1 in Game 1 of their first round series in the 2010 NHL Playoffs. The Devils played a good first period, but this recap notes how the second and third periods doomed them to lose.

New Jersey Devils Keep Momentum Going, Earn 2nd in East with 2-1 Win over Buffalo Sabres

Tonight, the New Jersey Devils defeated the Buffalo Sabres 2-1 to take second in the Eastern Conference. This recap covers how odd the game was as well who stood out in the game.

New Jersey Devils Blew Out New York Islanders 7-1; Clinch Atlantic Division Title

Tonight, the New Jersey Devils blew out the New York Islanders 7-1. This recap has a lot of praise for the Devils, a little criticism, and summarizes the game as a whole.

The New Jersey Devils Attacked, but It Wasn't Enough: Lose 3-2 to Florida Panthers

Tonight, the New Jersey Devils put out a strong effort against the Florida Panthers and pounded Scott Clemmensen with 44 shots. However, Clemmensen stood tall and ensured that the Devils didn't run away with the game so they lost 3-2.

New Jersey Devils Make an Example Out of Carolina Hurricanes, Cruise to 4-0 Win

The New Jersey Devils decisively and dominantly defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 4-0. This recap praises how well the Devils did and points out who on the Canes didn't do well.

Deja Vu? New Jersey Devils Look Good, But Chicago Blackhawks Score Late and Win in the Shootout, 2-1

The New Jersey Devils conceded a late equalizer and lost in the shootout to the Chicago Blackhawks 2-1. This recap stresses how well the Devils played despite the result as well as makes other observations from tonight's game.

Martin Brodeur Earns a Point for New Jersey Devils; Not Enough from Other Devils as Boston Bruins Win in OT, 1-0

Tonight, the New Jersey Devils lost in overtime to the Boston Bruins 1-0. This recap highlights how Martin Brodeur was the only reason why the Devils got a point out of the game and how bad the rest of the team were on the ice.

At Least They Weren't Shutout: New Jersey Devils Trashed by Philadelphia Flyers, 5-1

The New Jersey Devils lost to the Philadelphia Flyers 5-1 tonight. This recap points out how it was just a bad game in multiple ways for the Devils, a big contrast to how well the Flyers played.

New Jersey Devils Slip Up at End; Lose to New York Rangers in a Shootout, 4-3

Tonight, the New Jersey Devils lost to the New York Rangers 4-3 through a shootout. The Devils nearly had the game won, but with 17 seconds left, the Rangers tied it up to force extra time. This recap briefly touches on what went on.

New Jersey Devils' Offense Got It's Groove Back in 6-3 Win Over the Columbus Blue Jackets

Tonight, the New Jersey Devils' offense sparkled with three power play goals, two tip-ins by Travis Zajac, and one absolutely beautiful goal by Zach Parise in their 6-3 win over the Columbus Blue Jackets. This recap covers how it all went down, pointed out the turning point of the game, and explained why Brian Rolston shouldn't be on the second line based on his play tonight.

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