Stanley Cup Finals 2012: No Apparent Changes To New Jersey Devils Lineup For Game 2

May 29; Newark, NJ, USA; New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur (30) makes a save on left wing Zach Parise (9) during practice on media day for the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals at the Prudential Center. Mandatory Credit: Ed Mulholland-US PRESSWIRE

The Devils, on the ice at Prudential Center in Newark on another day off before the 2012 Stanley Cup Finals resumes with Game 2 on Saturday night, are apparently sticking to their guns for now.

Though New Jersey coach Pete DeBoer has often been known to make changes after postseason losses, including flipping Peter Harrold and Adam Larsson in and out of the defense, the Devils appear stagnant, going with the same four lines and three defensive pairs they started Game 1 with. Things could still change on Saturday, but with the second day off, one would think DeBoer would've made up his mind by now if he were to do anything drastic.

In particular, healthy defenseman Henrik Tallinder remains on the outside, playing on a fourth defensive pairing with consistent scratch Adam Larsson.

The Kings are scheduled to practice at around 1:30 p.m. ET.

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