Found December 09, 2012 on HockeyBuzz:
Saturday night the Devils kicked off their first of back-to-back games in style beating the Bridgeport Sound Tigers 3-1 on home ice. Here are some notes on the win as well as some New Jersey Devils prospect updates. - The Devils won their second consecutive game for the first time all year yesterday evening in beating the Sound Tigers. Despite their poor play throughout the season, the Devils a...
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