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.

"He's always at a different level," Devils defenseman Damon Severson said. "He can skate with the best of them. He can move the puck; he can make plays. He's a fun guy to play with."

Yet until Hall took his turn in the shootout, he had just 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 in what became a great goalie duel.

The Devils (6-3-3), who won at Carolina, 4-1, on Sunday, still haven't lost (5-0-1) in regulation at home. The game was just one of four at home for New Jersey in November.

"It was our first divisional games," said Devils goalie Cory Schneider, who made 31 saves. "It was critical that we came home and held home ice after getting a big road win."

Cam Ward stopped 39 shots for the Hurricanes (3-5-4).

P.A. Parenteau, who had opened the scoring on the rush at 16:50 of the first period off assists from linemates Travis Zajac and Hall, scored on the Devils' first shootout attempt, while Schneider stopped Jeff Skinner and Jaccob Slavin.

"We felt like we got a win the last game we played, but we had a little bit better to give," said Hall, who had three shots in a team- team 25:54 of ice time. "It seems like our line is playing well. We've shuffled through a lot of lines so far this year, and to find some consistency is a good feeling."

"He's fun to play with," Parenteau said of Hall. "He's flying. He's tough to defend and Travis is making good decisions with the puck. We have a good thing going. …

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