Devils Clutch in Shootout

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Devils Clutch in Shootout


Gross, Andrew, The Record (Bergen County, NJ)


NEWARK - Taylor Hall had been dominant all game, the best player on the ice not a goalie.

Yet until he took his turn in the shootout, he had only an assist to show for his great game.

But Hall deposited his shootout attempt to clinch the Devils' 3- 2 win over the Hurricanes on Tuesday night at Prudential Center.

New Jersey (6-3-3) still hasn't lost in regulation at home (5-0- 1).

Cory Schneider made 33 saves, while Cam Ward stopped 42 shots for the Hurricanes (3-5-4).

P.A. Parenteau scored on the Devils' first shootout attempt and Schneider stopped Jeff Skinner and Jaccob Slavin.

The teams also played Sunday night at Carolina, with the Devils earning their first road win of the season, 4-1. Mike Cammalleri notched his sixth career hat trick and first as a Devil.

New Jersey was hoping to build off that win.

"There were certain things we talked about as a team that we need some more consistency," Devils coach John Hynes said. "We felt like we saw some of that against Carolina. But one game is not it. I'd like to see our team and some individuals really continue to build their game to where we feel it's going to give us a chance to be a very competitive team night in and night out. That's our ultimate goal."

Tuesday's game was one of just four home games for the Devils in November.

The Devils tied it at 2 on rookie Nick Lappin's first NHL goal, as he slammed in the puck from the doorstep at 3:51 of the third after linemate Sergey Kalinin cut to the crease from the right and put a one-handed shot on Ward. The goal survived a video review after Hurricanes coach Bill Peters challenged that Vern Fiddler had interfered with Ward.

The Devils played a dominant first period, outshooting the Hurricanes, 18-7, and took a 1-0 lead on Parenteau's goal at 16:50, as he beat Ward off the rush from the right. …

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