- The Washington Times - Saturday, November 12, 2005

Yesterday at MCI Center

BY THE NUMBERS

4 Consecutive games without a victory for the Devils before the game. New Jersey went 0-2-2 in that stretch, scoring eight goals and allowing 15.

QUOTABLE

“That’s how New Jersey has won a lot of games and won a lot of Stanley Cups. They’re very sound positionally, they have good sticks and they flock and plug up the middle of the ice.”

— CAPS COACH GLEN HANLON

PLAY OF THE GAME

Forty-one seconds after Matt Bradley tied the game for the Caps in the second period, rookie Zach Parise put the Devils ahead for good.

— DAVE FAY

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