After snapping one of the worst losing streaks in franchise history, the New Jersey Devils hope to recover in time to make one last run at the playoffs.
Following a 10-game skid, the Devils look to match their longest win streak of the past two months - at two games - as they host the league-worst Florida Panthers on Saturday.
Martin Brodeur stepped up with 23 saves on the way to his 121st career shutout to help New Jersey end its team record-tying losing streak with a 3-0 win at Philadelphia on Thursday.
Ryan Carter, Matt D'Agostini and Adam Henrique each had goals as the Devils (16-17-10) scored for the first time in three games. They have not posted back-to-back victories since March 21-23 and have not had a longer win streak since a five-game run Feb. 3-10.
With just five games remaining, the defending Eastern Conference champions likely can't afford any more setbacks and get help to make the postseason. It would be only the second time in 13 years that they failed to qualif...