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The New Jersey Devils apparently need to start finishing off victories before games reach shootouts if they're going to climb into one of the Eastern Conference wild-card spots.
With 10 shootout losses in as many tries this season, including their last two games, the Devils host the Florida Panthers on Monday night with hopes of picking up two points before reaching the tiebreaker. New Jersey has dropped 14 consecutive shootouts, a streak that began last March.
"Even if we were just .500 on those, we'd have an extra four or five points and we wouldn't be in this situation," forward Patrik Elias said after a 2-1 road defeat to the New York Islanders on Saturday.
The situation the Devils (31-28-15) face is a five-point gap between themselves and the final playoff spot in the East, with three teams to pass in their last eight games.
Adam Henrique's second-period goal tied Saturday's contest at 1-all. Despite limiting the Islanders to fo...