February 05, 2002Devils Shutdown 1-0 by Habs
The New Jersey Devils were shutout 1-0 at home by the
Montreal Canadiens on Tuesday, February 5, 2002.
Jan Bulis gave the Canadians a 1-0 lead at 8:41 of the
first period by beating Brodeur with a weak wrap-around shot.
The first period ended with the Canadiens leading the Devils
1-0. The Devils outshot the Habs 6-4 in the period.
There was no scoring in the second period, Despite the Devils
having a full 2 minute 5-3 power-play with an additional two minutes of 5-4
power-play time cushioning it. The Devils outshot the Canadiens 6-5
in the second period.
There was no scoring in the third period. Jose Theodore
got the 1-0 shutout - the first away win for the Habs over the Devils since
Randy McKay returned to the lineup tonight after being on
the Injured Reserve list for 10 games with a sore hip.
Ken Daneyko played his 1,187th game with the Devils, tying
George Armstrong of Toronto for sixth place on the list of NHL players who
have played their career with the one team.
Scott Stevens moved ahead of Wayne Gretzky into eighth place
in career games, playing his 1,488th.