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Last night the New Jersey Devils took another huge step forward towards achieving their ultimate goal of winning the Stanley Cup against the Los Angeles Kings, and making history while doing so. They still have to win two games, which won't be easy, but 72 hours ago nobody would give the thought of a Devils come back the light of day. Now it's anyone's series. Here are some notes on last night's g...
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