New Jersey Devils 1 vs. St. Louis Blues 4
- Attendance: 16,514 (sellout)
- Three Stars: 1. Vladimir Tarasenko 2. Robby Fabbri 3. Ryan Reaves
- The New Jersey Devils suffered their first regulation loss at home after establishing a franchise-record 8-0-2 start through the first 10 home games of 2016-17.
- The Devils lost their second consecutive game and have been out-scored, 3-9, over that span.
- The Devils finished their fifth of 18 sets of back-to-back games this season. They are 1-2-2 in first games and 3-1-1 in second games of back-to-backs.
- The Devils face-off against the Blues again next Thursday in St. Louis for their season-series finale. New Jersey is 1-6-0 vs. St. Louis overall since the 2013-14 season.
- The Devils are 3-2-2 against the Central Division and are 6-5-2 vs. Western Conference opponents in 2016-17.
- The Devils were 0-3 on the power play but are 4-13 (30.8%) with the man-advantage over the past five games.
- New Jersey was 1-3 on the penalty-kill and are 12-14 (85.7%) while shorthanded over the past five games.
- The Devils were out-shot, 21-32, tonight.
- P.A. Parenteau scored his sixth goal of the season at 6:36 of the second period. It was his first goal since Nov. 8 vs. Car (14 games).
- Taylor Hall notched an assist on Parenteau’s marker and he extended his points streak to four games (3g-5a-8pts). Tonight was his 400th career NHL game.
- Adam Henrique also had an assist to Parenteau’s tally. He has three points (1g-2a) over the last two games.
- Keith Kinkaid made his seventh start of the season in goal and fell to 3-2-1. He stopped 28 of 32 shots.
- Damon Severson led New Jersey with a season-high 24:24 TOI.
- Michael Cammalleri appeared in his 800th career NHL game.
- John Moore skated in his 100th game with New Jersey.
- Beau Bennett led the Devils with four shots on net tonight.
Sun: at New York Rangers (7:00PM, MSG+, TOJN/WFAN).
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