OTTAWA -- It could have been a devastating loss, the but the New Jersey Devils are surviving just fine without injured No. 1 goalie Corey Schneider.
Keith Kinkaid will be gunning for his fourth straight win when he gets between the pipes for the Devils in Tuesday's game against the Ottawa Senators at Canadian Tire Centre.
Along with the string of victories that gives him a career-high 10 for the season, Kinkaid has a .928 save percentage and a 1.67 goals-against average in the last three games. He credits his success to a new style.
"I'm working on being compact and I got to adjust my stance a little bit," the 28-year-old Kinkaid told northjersey.com. "I feel I was leaving too many holes. Now I feel compact. If they're going to beat me, beat me outside, not the five-hole." >> Read more
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