Rangers Vs. Devils, 2012 NHL Playoffs Game 1: Still Tied 0-0 At Second Intermission

The Rangers and Devils have played two periods of Game 1 of the Eastern Conference Finals, but neither team has broken through on the scoreboard and the game remains tied 0-0.

The Rangers hold a slight 18-17 lead on total shots, but were unable to convert either of their two power-play opportunities in the second period. New York is 0-3 on power plays in this game. Michael Del Zotto leads the Rangers with five shots on goal.

New Jersey had one power-play opportunity in the second period, thanks to a Brandon Prust penalty for roughing, but were unable to capitalize. Martin Brodeur has been solid in goal for the Devils and Zach Parise leads New Jersey with four shots on goal.

SB Nation New York will have coverage from both sides throughout the Eastern Conference Finals. For all news and information regarding the New York Rangers, please visit Blueshirt Banter. For updates and perspective on the New Jersey Devils, head on over to In Lou We Trust. For complete coverage of the 2012 NHL Stanley Cup playoffs, stay tuned to SB Nation's dedicated NHL hub.

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