Controversial calls result to a 2-1 lose
Devils lose a tough one this Thanksgiving Eve vs. the Blue Jackets. A game full of missed chances, controversial decisions by the referees, and a "waved off" goal; hand the Devils their third lose in four games. To their credit, John Hynes had this team showing off their resilience again tonight. The Devils bounced back strong after a weak first period and out played the Blue Jackets the rest of the game. The usuals, Schneider, Henrique, and Cammalleri all had strong games again tonight as well. Bobrovsky was fortunate enough to hear the metal ping of his best friend three times, as the Devils kept finding the post but not the net. The most memorable moment of the game came on a phantom whistle call that retroactively stopped play before Adam Henrique could score. The on ice officials claimed a whistle should have been blown because of Columbus' player (Campbell) gaining possession during a delayed penalty. Although it never appeared that Campbell had possession of the puck, Henrique's goal did not count and the Devils ended up falling to Columbus by one. Devils look to shake this one off on Friday night against the Habs.