New York Rangers refused to give up, even Ryan Griffin Jersey when they faced a two-goal deficit midway through the third period. The Devils (3-2-1) got power-play goals from Jaromir Jagr, Adam Henrique and Jon Merrill but it wasn’t enough to prevent a third straight defeat. Cory Schneider made 21 saves. Kreider and Jagr traded power-play goals in the opening period. New Jersey started strong and pressed the attack during an early power play. Henrique, Mike Cammalleri and Patrik Elias had good scoring chances denied by Lundqvist. http://www.nflpanthersofficial.com/SUPER-BOWL-QUINTIN-MIKELL-JERSEY With Jagr in the penalty box for hooking, Kreider buried the rebound of Ryan McDonagh’s point shot at 7:34. It was the Rangers’ first power-play goal of the season, ending an 0-for-17 drought through the first six games. Kreider was then whistled for hooking, setting the stage for Jagr’s goal at 13:40. Damien Brunner fired a shot that sailed wide right of the net, and bounced off the lively backboards right onto Jagr’s stick. The 42-year-old former Rangers star knocked in his first goal of the season, the 706th of his career. The Devils’ power play clicked again in Robert Griffin III Jersey the second period when Henrique, playing in his 200th NHL game, made it 2-1. Jagr set up Henrique, who beat Lundqvist to the short side from the left faceoff dot at 14:55. The Devils’ special teams play was excellent in the middle period as Elias came close to scoring on a short-handed breakaway. Merrill added the Devils’ third power-play goal with a blast from the right point 36 seconds into the third period. New York scored the next two to erase its deficit. http://www.falconsshop.us.com/Devin_Hester_Jersey “It’s real good to scrounge your way back and win it in overtime against a good team,” Rangers coach Alain Vigneault said. “We just stayed with it.” Share on Facebook

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