New Jersey Devils 0 at Toronto Maple Leafs 1 OT
- Attendance: 19,202
- Three Stars: 1. Frederik Andersen 2. William Nylander 3. Cory Schneider
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- The Devils lost in overtime to the Toronto Maple Leafs and are now 11-4-3 overall and 6-1-2 on the road. The club is 1-0-1 on their current four-game road trip.
- New Jersey is 1-0-1 against Toronto in 2017-18 and 2-1-5 at Air Canada Centre since 2013-14. The two clubs will close out their regular season series on April 5 at Prudential Center.
- The Devils are 6-0-1 overall (3-0-1 road) vs. Atlantic Division competition in 2017-18 and 7-1-1 against Eastern Conference opponents.
- Tonight was only the second time this season the Devils were shutout (Oct. 20 0-3 vs. SJ).
- New Jersey was 0-3 on the power play and 2-2 while shorthanded.
- The Devils out-shot the Maple Leafs, 42-25. Toronto’s 25 shots tied a season-low against New Jersey (Oct. 9 at BUF, 25 shots).
- New Jersey is now 2-0-2 in games where they out-shoot their opponent.
- Travis Zajac made his season debut after missing the team’s first 17 games due to a torn Pectoral muscle. Zajac had 16:11 TOI and two shots on net in his debut.
- Cory Schneider stopped 24 of 25 shots (.960 save%) and fell to 7-3-2. This is the second time this season that Schneider did not allow a goal in regulation (Nov. 1, 2-0 at VAN).
- Andy Greene led the Devils with 24:01 TOI and five blocked shots.
- Taylor Hall and Kyle Palmieri were tied for the team-lead with seven shots apiece. This is the third time this season Hall has had seven shots on net (Oct. 7 vs. COL & Nov. 3 at EDM).
- Steven Santini led New Jersey with four hits and also had 23:16 TOI.
- Blake Coleman took both of the Devils penalties, and had four PIM.