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Canadiens 1, Rangers 0 (OT)

Canadiens 1, Rangers 0 (OT): Captain Brian Gionta scored on a penalty shot 2:04 into overtime and Carey Price made 41 saves for his 25th career shutout as Montreal moved into sole possession of second place in the Atlantic Division by winning its regular-season finale.

Preview: Bruins at Devils

Martin Brodeur will be in net for potentially his last start with the New Jersey Devils when the Boston Bruins pay a visit to the Garden State in Sunday's regular-season finale. The future Hall-of-Famer is an unrestricted free agent at the end of the season and is looking to continue his career in 2014-15. The Devils intend to turn over the reins to Cory Schneider, leaving the 41-year-old Brodeur to examine his options.

Preview: Islanders at Devils

The New Jersey Devils will be spectators for the upcoming postseason due in large part to their inability to win in the shootout. After falling in the bonus format for the 12th time this season and NHL-record 16th straight dating back to the last campaign, the Devils look to rebound against the visiting New York Islanders on Friday. "Take one of our quotes from any point this year and apply it tonight because it's the same result," Cory Schneider said after New Jersey dropped a 2-1 decision to Ottawa on Thursday.

Preview: Flames at Devils

The New Jersey Devils can keep their playoff hopes alive by continuing their point streak when they host the Calgary Flames on Monday. New Jersey has points in its last seven games (4-0-3) and trails the Columbus Blue Jackets by three for the final wild-card spot in the Eastern Conference. The Flames are mathematically eliminated from the playoffs but are riding a two-game winning streak as they conclude a five-game road trip.

Devils keep slim hopes alive with win over Capitals

Devils keep slim hopes alive with win over Capitals NEWARK, N.J.--The New Jersey Devils are staggered, hanging on the ropes. That is still better than being knocked out of Stanley Cup Playoff contention .

Devils hang on to beat Panthers

Devils hang on to beat Panthers NEWARK, N.J. - It's not too often after a three-goal victory that the winning goaltender is not available for comment and the winning coach talks about how tough it was to come out ahead. But the New Jersey Devils' 6-3 victory over the Florida Panthers on Monday night at Prudential Center was anything but normal. "It was probably the toughest 6-3 win I've had," Devils coach Peter DeBoer said. "It was a long night."

Preview: Coyotes at Devils

The Phoenix Coyotes look to finish their three-game road trip on a high note when they visit the New Jersey Devils on Thursday. After losing both a decision and goaltender Mike Smith to injury in an overtime setback versus the New York Rangers on Monday, the Coyotes responded the following night with an impressive 3-2 triumph over Pittsburgh. Phoenix improved to 8-3-1 in its last 12 games and own a three-point lead over Dallas for the final wild-card spot in the Western Conference.

Preview: Wild at Devils

Zach Parise's decision to sign a 13-year contract with the Minnesota Wild in July 2012 is looking smarter by the day as he leads his team into Thursday night's game at the New Jersey Devils - where he played for the first seven seasons of his career. Parise will play in New Jersey for the first time since signing with the Wild, who hold a five-point lead over Phoenix for the top wild card in the Western Conference. Minnesota breezed to a 4-0 victory over the visiting Devils on Nov. 3.

Preview: Devils at Panthers

The New Jersey Devils look to match a season-high three-game winning streak on Friday when they visit the Florida Panthers. New Jersey, which posted victories over Metropolitan Division rivals Carolina and Philadelphia, attempts to win three in a row for the first time since Nov. 16-21. Jaromir Jagr burned one of his former teams by setting up Travis Zajac's first-period goal before netting his 702nd career tally to snap a tie in the third in the Devils' 2-1 triumph over the Flyers on Tuesday.

Preview: Hurricanes at Devils

Adam Henrique looks to continue his torrid pace when his New Jersey Devils host the struggling Carolina Hurricanes on Saturday. After entering the Olympic break with a seven-game goal-scoring drought, Henrique has tallied in each of New Jersey's five contests since the conclusion of the Winter Games, collecting a total of seven goals during the streak. The 24-year-old was the lone bright spot for the Devils on Friday as he registered his second two-goal performance of the season - and in the last five games - in a 7-4 loss at Detroit.
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