NEWARK — For all the talk about the inexperience of the Devils, perhaps that was the thing that helped them along the way in their first-round victory over their Metropolitan Division rival Rangers.
The Devils eliminated the Rangers, a more star-studded and veteran team, on Monday night in a shutout win at Prudential Center that will be one to remember for New Jersey fans for quite some time. After the Devils dropped the first two games of the series by a combined score of 10-2, they turned the tables in a way few teams have done before in the postseason outscoring New York 15-7 and dominating the Rangers.
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