Just a quick video I made for Rico. Sorry some of the clips are low quality, I couldn't find any higher quality ones.
Kyle Palmieri scored a two on one goal assisted by Reid Boucher in the second period. The goal was not nearly enough to make a difference as the Devils fall 6-1. Devils play next this Thursday against the Snarks in San Jose.
Devante Smith-Pelly scores a tap in goal, in front of the net to bring NJ with in one. This tally marks Smith-Pelly's first goal as a Devil.
A slap shot from the point off of Andy Greene's stick deflected off of Tyler Kennedy then off of Adam Henrique to give the Devils an early 1-0 lead.
Kyle Palmieri's power play goal in front of the net knots it up at two.
Kennedy deflects Severson's shot from the point to break the scoreless tie. (video via NHL.com)
Devil's win the Valentine matinee against the LA Kings 1-0. David Schlemko was credited the only goal of the day, while on the power play in the first period, Travis Zajac with the lone assist. Keith Kinkaid stopped all of LA's 28 shots to get the shutout victory. NJ is now riding a three game win streak heading into Tuesday's "80's themed:retro night" at the Rock against the Flyers. (video via NHL.com)
Adam Henrique scores the PP game winner in overtime against the Flyers making the final, 2-1. Henrique's 19th goal of the season, assisted by Moore and Palmieri, was the Devils second power play goal of the game. Schneider picked up the third star of the game after an impressive 31 save performance. New Jersey has now picked up points in five of their last six games (3-1-2=8pts) and looks to continue the streak tomorrow afternoon against the LA Kings at home. (Video via NHL.com)
A pure "goal scores" goal, as Blandisi remains hot scoring the opening goal verus the Flyers. In front of the net, Blandisi seemed to go in between the legs with the puck to beat Flyers goaltender Neuvirth. Zajac is credited with the lone assist on Blandisi's fourth goal of the season. (video via NHL.com)
Tonight's pre-game ceremony was a special one, featuring Devil's all time great Martin Brodeur have his banner raised. (video via NHL.com)