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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Blame Washington's intelligence failure, not lack of police
Topic - Stephen Gionta
Martin Brodeur has been the masked face of the New Jersey Devils for 20 years.
Jaromir Jagr tied another one on Friday night, setting up two goals to match former teammate Mario Lemieux for 10th on the NHL's career assists in a 2-1 win that sent the Washington Capitals to their seventh straight loss.
Jaromir Jagr has hit so many NHL milestones this season for the New Jersey Devils that he is starting to downplay them.
The Capitals' offense managed just one goal as Adam Oates watched his team's losing streak reach seven games.
A year after missing the playoffs for the first time since 1996, the New Jersey Devils are going back to the Stanley Cup finals, thanks to a rookie, a 40-year-old goaltender and a coach who'd never been to the postseason in the NHL.
The Devils turned a stellar first nine minutes and an opportunistic final five into a stirring victory over the Rangers that moved New Jersey within one win of a trip to the Stanley Cup finals.
"It's always nice scoring goals, especially one that can help out the team in a big way," Gionta said.
"You have to (keep it together) this time of year," Gionta said. "You have to have a short memory. Fortunately we did and came out with the victory."