UConn Men's Post Game: Reaction 00:02:29
Coach Kevin Ollie and guard Sterling Gibbs discuss UConn's season-opening win over Maine and how they can improve as the season goes on.

Coach Kevin Ollie and guard Sterling Gibbs discuss UConn's season-opening win over Maine and how they can improve as the season goes on.

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Game two featured the debut of quite a few new faces for New Jersey. The Islanders jumped out to a 4-1 lead after one period, but the Devils hung tough in the 5-3 loss.

Some notes and observations from the game:

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The New York Rangers looked like they had something to play for on Saturday afternoon.

The Devils did not.

New Jersey ended its disappointing campaign with a flat, uninspired effort in a 4-0 loss to New York at Madison Square Garden.

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If there was one overarching theme from tonight's game, it was the notion, no the declarative statement, that the Devils didn't deserve to win tonight's game despite battling back to tie the game three times. Not with their performance on faceoffs, not after their failed power plays and most definitely not after the way way they killed penalties.

"We didn?t deserve to win. Wer didn?t play well enough to win," coach Pete DeBoer said after the game. " ... You get what you deserve in this game. We had some opportunities to win, but we didn?t play well enough to earn two points."

The Devils know they made too many mistakes to deserve two points Thursday.

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NEW YORK ? A 25-game sample with an entirely new roster is not enough to say whether or not the Nets' season is heading towards the abyss, but this latest 10-game stretch isn't likely to inspire anyone.

On Wednesday night, Carmelo Anthony had a triumphant return, Tyson Chandler put on a one-man dunk fest, the Nets interior defense was largely nonexistent and in front of a pro-Knicks crowd at Madison Square Garden, the Knicks downed the Nets, 100-86 and took a 2-1 lead in the season series.

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The Devils are moving on to the Eastern Conference Semifinals thanks to a double overtime goal scored by Adam Henrique.

The Facts

  • Adam Henrique scored at 3:47 of double overtime to win the series for the Devils.
  • Henrique also scored the first goal of the game almost fours hours before scoring the winner.
  • David Clarkson ended the night with two assists.
  • Anton Volchenkov earned his first point of the playoffs with an assist on Henrique's first goal.
  • Martin Brodeur made 43 saves on 45 shots.
  • The Panthers outshot the Devils 45-36.
  • The Devils will need to work on their penlaty killing. They gave up two power play goals in the third period.
  • Zach Parise and Marek Zidlicky both finished with 6 shots in the game.
  • Three stars of the game as following: 1. Adam Henrique 2. Martin Brodeur 3.Jose Theodore
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Scoring Summary:

First Period- Bouwmeester (2) and Sarich (1) and Glencross (18) and Brodie (2)

Second Period- Kovalchuk (16) and Glencross (19) and Henrique (13)

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