Devils Disappointed After Blowing Huge Lead
The New Jersey Devils were well on their way to winning their first game since Ilya Kovalchuk’s “retirement” last night. They went into the third period with a 3-0 lead over Edmonton, but the Oilers rallied back with four goals over the span of just 7:47 minutes.
The only silver lining for New Jersey is that Patrik Elias netted a shorthanded goal while goaltender Martin Brodeur was pulled. That led to them getting a point in a 5-4 shootout defeat.
Still, that game has to be a tough pill to swallow and it makes them 0-1-2 this season.
Source: Ryan Dadoun, NBC SportsDevils Disappointed After Blowing Huge Lead by Damian Arbuckle