Corsi Charts for Devils 4-2 Loss to Winnipeg

The New Jersey Devils lost 4-2 to the Winnipeg Jets on February 24, 2013. This post explains how the game was even in Corsi, why that speaks badly on the Devils in the third, and who did and did not stand out in terms of Corsi differential.

Dismal Devils Defeated by Jets 4-2

The New Jersey Devils fell to the Winnipeg Jets 4-2 in a dismal performance that saw the Devils play entirely lackluster hockey in the third period. This recap goes over how the loss happened and includes other observations from the game.

Recap: Jets Give Jersey A Devil Of A Time, Win 4-2

For the second straight day the Jets took a 3-2 lead into the third period, but this time the script was different. The Jets would add one in the 3rd and hold on for their 3rd win in 4 games on their current road trip.


Peluso Pummels Barch In New Jersey

Anthony Peluso dropped the gloves for the first time and rained fists on Krys Barch in New Jersey.

GDT: Jets at Devils

The Jets would make a deal with the Devil for a win in New Jersey

Jets Have Date with the Devil in New Jersey

The Jets look to go back to a true .500 on the road in New Jersey, while hoping for some life in their slumbering special teams.

Devils vs. Jets: Game 19 Preview

The Winnipeg Jets are visiting New Jersey for the first time this season. The Devils will look to bounce back from their loss yesterday with a big win at home. This preview looks at what the Devils need to improve on in order to get the two points.

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