Though New Jersey ended its longest losing streak of the season by salvaging the final game of its road trip, the Devils might have a tough time building on that victory when they return home to face the Ottawa Senators.
Looking to start a run in the positive direction, the Devils try to avoid a third consecutive loss to the Senators on Thursday night.
New Jersey (13-12-1) snapped a four-game skid with a 3-2 overtime win at Toronto on Tuesday to conclude a 1-3-0 trip.
"It's still a work in progress but we're doing a lot of good things," coach Peter DeBoer said.
David Clarkson scored twice, including 2:40 into overtime as the Devils recorded more than two goals for the first time in their last seven games. Martin Brodeur made 29 saves to snap his own three-game skid in which he'd allowed 12 goals on 55 shots.
"I think the guys recognize that we've been doing a lot of good things," DeBoer told the Devils' official website.
Clarkson, who snapped a seven-game drought without a poi...