Devils Post-Game: 11/3/17

New Jersey Devils 3 at Edmonton Oilers 6

  • Attendance: 18,347
  • Three Stars: 1. Adam Larsson 2. Drake Caggiula 3. Connor McDavid
    **See for post-game pressers and sound**


  • The New Jersey Devils fell to the Edmonton Oilers and are now 9-3-0 overall and 5-1-0 on the road.
  • The Devils were the last team to drop a point on the road this season and are now 1-1-0 on their three-game western Canada road trip.
  • New Jersey remains win-less in Edmonton since the 2014-15 season (Nov. 21, 2014, 2-0).
  • The Devils will face the Oilers for the second and final time during the regular season next week, Nov. 9 at Prudential Center.
  • New Jersey is 2-2-0 against the Pacific Division this season and 3-2-0 against the Western Conference.
  • The Devils were 0-0 on the power play and 0-1 while shorthanded. Tonight is the first time this season the Devils failed to get an opportunity on the man-advantage.
  • New Jersey was out-shot 42-36.
  •  At 14:25 of the third period, video review confirmed the referee’s call on the ice that Brian Gibbons’ stick was at or below the height of the crossbar when he deflected the puck into the Edmonton net. Therefore, the call on the ice stood. 


  • Taylor Hall scored his fourth goal of the season and his team-leading 15th point. Hall now has a four-game point streak (3g-4a), which ties Will Butcher’s (6a, Oct. 11-17) season high. Hall also led the team with 20:49 TOI and 7 shots.
  • Jesper Bratt tallied his fifth goal of the season in the second period and now has 11 points, which ranks third among all NHL rookies (tie, M. Sergachev). Bratt only trails Arizona’s Clayton Keller (9g-6a-15pts) and teammate Will Butcher who picked up his 12th assist/point tonight.
  • Brian Gibbons’ scored his team-leading sixth goal of the season, which is a career-high, after he had five goals in 2013-14. 
  • Miles Wood got his second assist of the season on Hall’s goal in the first, while also chipping in with five shots on net. 
  • Damon Severson got his third assist of the year, while also leading the team with five hits and 4 blocked shots.
  • Nico Hischier and Drew Stafford each had one assist. 
  • Cory Schneider stopped 36 of 41 shots and fell to 6-2-0 on the season. 
  • Dalton Prout led the team with 7 PIM. 


Next Up     *Subject to change

Tomorrow: 1 PM MT Practice at Scotiabank Saddledome*
Sunday: 7 PM MT at Calgary Flames
11:30 AM MT Morning Skate at Scotiabank Saddledome*

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