Recaplet: Devils Continue Dominance of Pens in NJ

The Devils continued their domination over Pittsburgh when they play the Penguins in NJ. The Devils are now 11-2 at the rock in the last 13 games when hosting the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Devils got on the board first with an Andy Greene goal. Pittsburgh tied it at 1 late in the 1st on a goal from Chris Kunitz. Adam Larsson broke the tie late in the 2nd and Jaromir Jagr buried a wrister at 14:06 of the 3rd and then an empty-netter spin-o-rama with just over 2 mins to play.

Our 3 Stars

3 – Jaromir Jagr – It was a tight game until Jagr got the loose puck and high glove side on Fluery. His EN goal was just the icing on the cake that we already knew was there.

2 – Andy Greene – Another spectacular game from Andy Greene. He was phenomenal against the Rangers and put in another outstanding performance against Crosby and Malkin

1 – Martin Brodeur – Came up with a number of great saves, especially in the first period while NJ was still trying to find their game. With the Devils up 2-1, Marty made a huge save on Letang and then watched Jagr give NJ a 3-1 lead less than 2 minutes later.

About Darren

Darren is a long time fan of the New Jersey Devils and had been covering the New Jersey Devils for various websites before starting up Running With The Devils in the fall of 2009.