Devils take down Panthers, win 4-2


New Jersey defeats the Florida Panthers 4-2 tonight in Newark. This snaps a 0-2-2 home losing streak NJ came into the game riding. Only 9 shots were registered in the last 40 minutes for NJ, but they still managed to score two goals in that frame. Adam Henrique had three points (1g-2a) and is now at seven multipoint games on the season. Cammalleri and Severson also registered multipoint games (1g-1a) and (2a) respectively. Although he has not yet scored a goal, Severson's puck movement has made him an important piece on the Devils blue line. He is well on pace to almost double last seasons point total (9pts in 25 games). Schneider came up big again for the Devils on a penalty shot taken by Jonathan Huberdeau, to keep the game under control. NJ is on the ice next in Toronto on Tuesday, where they will play against long time Devils GM and Team President Lou Lamoriello. Lamoriello is a competitor and will like nothing more than to hand a loss to his old team.