Devils Vs. Rangers, 2012 NHL Playoffs Game 4: Devils Maintain 2-0 Lead

After scoring twice in the first period of Game 4, the Devils were shut out in the second, but still hold a 2-0 lead over the Rangers.

After being outshot 12-7 in the opening period, New York held a 11-9 shot advantage in the second period. Marian Gaborik leads the Rangers with four shots on goal. The Rangers had a 15-12 hit advantage through two periods. After allowing two goals on 10 shots in the first, Henrik Lundqvist stopped all nine shots he faced in the second period.

New Jersey was unable to build upon their 2-0 lead, despite continuing to test Lundqvist. Ilya Kovalchuk leads the Devils with four shots on goal. Martin Brodeur has been perfect thus far, saving all 18 shots he's faced.

New Jersey is now one period away from evening the series 2-2.

Stick with our StoryStream for full Devils vs. Rangers Game 4 coverage. For more on the Rangers, check in with Blueshirt Banter, and for more on the Devils, check in with In Lou We Trust.

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