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The Devils are closing in to the Stanley Cup Finals, where the Anaheim Mighty Ducks sit and wait to see who their opponent will be. As for Ottawa, the Devils have never lost when going ahead 3-1 in the series. They, as a matter of fact, have never needed the game seven. The Devils have the defense, the goaltending, and as they showed everyone today, the offense.

In a close match-up up until the third period, the score was 1-1 after the first, 2-2 after the second. Grant Marshall got the scoring started with a power play goal in the first. The teams continued to battle hard with both teams getting offensive chances. Ottawa was hitting the net, pelting Brodeur with 11 shots in the period. Patrick Lalime was only hit 3 times. Towards the end of the first, however, Rachunek made a shot that went past Brodeur.

The second period brought a little more even hockey overall, with segments where both teams had offensive chances. But Ottawa jumped ahead in the second quieting the crowd down. Pandolfo, who had been stifled by Ottawa

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