Akira Schmid’s calmness helps Devils in must-win Game 3 victory

NEW YORK — Dougie Hamilton may have scored the game-winner for the Devils to cut their series deficit to 2-1 against the Rangers, but Akira Schmid was the New Jersey player that came up the biggest all night on Saturday. 

Schmid made save after save in the Game 3 win for the Devils, while looking like a poised pro who had been in the playoffs a number of times in his career. In reality, the  22-year-old netminder was making the first postseason start of his career. 

The New Jersey goaltender admitted that he was “very” nervous about the game when asked directly afterward. You would never know by the way Schmid

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