Palmieri, Zajac Step Up in Third to Power Devs

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Palmieri, Zajac Step Up in Third to Power Devs


Gulitti, Tom, The Record (Bergen County, NJ)


PHILADELPHIA - The Devils were in desperate need of some secondary scoring and, one night at least, Kyle Palmieri and Travis Zajac answered the call.

Palmieri and Zajac scored 1:04 apart early in the third period Thursday night to propel the Devils to a 4-1 win over the Philadelphia Flyers at Wells Fargo Center.

Zajac scored a pair of goals and Palmieri, the Montvale native, had a goal and two assists to ease some of the scoring burden that had been carried mostly lately by the top line of Mike Cammalleri, Adam Henrique and Lee Stempniak. In fact, Palmieri's unassisted go- ahead goal 1:28 into the third period was the first 5-on-5 goal scored by a Devils forward other than Henrique and Cammalleri this season.

Palmieri started the play by blocking Evgeny Medvedev's right- point shot in the Devils' zone and then raced into the Flyers' zone on the left wing before ripping a wrist shot from the circle over goaltender Steve Mason's blocker for his third goal of the season. The Flyers then were whistled for their second too-many-men minor of the game at 2:16 and the Devils needed only 16 seconds to cash in with Zajac's second power-play goal of the night.

Palmieri fed Zajac in the slot for a backhand that also beat Mason high to the blocker side for Zajac's fourth goal of the season. Andy Greene added an empty-net goal with 6.7 seconds left.

The Devils rebounded well after having their four-game winning streak snapped Tuesday night with a 3-1 home loss to Columbus. They thought they outplayed the Blue Jackets for much of the first two periods, but had nothing to show for it against goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky.

They started similarly against the Flyers, outshooting them, 13- 7, in the scoreless first period and hitting the post twice.

Stempniak nearly cashed in on a Claude Giroux turnover just 25 seconds into the game, ringing a wrist shot from between the circles off the left post. …

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