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Devils Take Upper Hand, Beat Sens 4-1


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Coming into tonight's game, the Devils were not discouraged by the fact they were down in the series by one. In addition, Scott Niedermayer was back for tonight. For any of you that might not remember or know, Scott was hit in the back of the helmet with a shot from Ottawa in Game 1. He seemed weary of his surroundings when he left for the locker room. He wasn't expected to play in tonight's game, rather, play in Game 3 when the Devils returned home. However, his presence helped the Devils to a 4-1 win.

Entering the game, the Devils took control right away and made sure Ottawa did not get too proud of their game advantage in the series. Although the Devils were plagued with penalties this period, they managed to kill all four off, one by one, without letting Ottawa take control. One penalty, however, should not have been called on the Devils. A camera shot clearly showed 8 Ottawa players on the ice at the same time, and the linesman called a penalty on the Devils for too many men

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