Found October 25, 2012 on NY Rangers Blog:
@ctwhale WIN!!!!!!! their first of the season! defeating the @adevils 5-2 The whale are home Friday against the @thehersheybears #bleedgreen — CTWhale (@CTWhale) October 25, 2012 The Whale are now 1-4-1 this season. Kyle Jean scored his fourth goal of the season and was a +2. J.T. Miller scored his first professional goal as he "undressed" Devils former first round pick Adam Larsson before scoring. Brandon Segal had 1g, 1a. Andrew Yogan and Tommy Grant scored the other two goals. Matt Gilroy was a +2 with three shots on goal. Chris Kreider did not play as he served his one games suspension for a hit from behind. Jason Missiaen had 31 saves for his first AHL win. For a game recap, click here. Here's highlights, including Miller's goal at 1:04 mark... ...guess Jean got in the dirty area again tonight. ...ridiculous move by Miller on his goal. What makes it all the more impressive is that was against NHLer Larss...
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