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GDT: Devils @ San Jose


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Big Story: Neither team has won yet on home ice this season, which would seem to benefit the Devils as the visitors on Wednesday night. However, little has gone right in general for New Jersey, which has the NHL's worst percentage of points to games played.

"We're all really frustrated with the start we've had, the results we've had," forward Zach Parise said after a 3-1 loss to the rival New York Rangers on Sunday. "You've got a lot of frustrated guys in here."


9 GP 7

2 W 3

6 L 3

1 OT 1

5 P 7

0.278 P% 0.500

1.67 G/G 2.71

3.33 GA/G 3.00

7.1 PP% 31.4

85.7 PK% 84.4

31.0 S/G 34.3

29.0 SA/G 28.4

50.8 FO% 57.1

My girlfriend is from San Jose and is a big Sharks fan, a win here would make it especially sweet. Go Devils! Let's get win # 3

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Figure after we lose this game, Lou brings A-Train to Anaheim to take care of MacLean. Lou takes over behind the bench, nothing changes, but it'll be entertaining to see A-Train and Lou smirk at each other every once in awhile about MacLean's "leave of absence."

That being said, LGD. Make up for the defensive deficit with the offensive talents that have been underachieving thus far. The best we can hope for is a 4-3 or 5-4 win with this defense going up against an offensively gifted team in San Jose.

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