2012 NHL Playoffs, Panthers Vs. Devils Game 2: Game Time, TV Coverage And More

April 13, 2012; Sunrise, FL, USA; Florida Panthers goalie Jose Theodore (60) blocks the shot from New Jersey Devils left wing Zach Parise (9) during the third period in game one of the 2012 Eastern Conference quarter finals at BankAtlantic Center. New Jersey defeated Florida 3-2. Brad Barr-US PRESSWIRE

The New Jersey Devils will look to take a 2-0 series lead on the Florida Panthers.

The Eastern Conference's sixth seed, the New Jersey Devils, defeated the Florida Panthers, 3-2, in game one of first round of the 2012 NHL Playoffs.

New Jersey jumped out to an early 3-0 lead in the first period, and held on to win after two second period goals from the Panthers. Devils goalie, Martin Broudeur, finished the game with a save percentage of .923 in his 100th career playoff win.

Dainius Zubrus had a strong game one performance for the Devils, scoring a goal and assisting another.

Including game one, the Devils are 3-2 against the Panthers this season. Game two is scheduled for Sunday, when the Devils will look to take a 2-0 lead heading back to New Jersey.

TV: NBCSN

Time: 7:30 p.m. EST

For more information on the Devils, make sure to check out In Lou We Trust. For news on the Panthers, head over to Litter Box Cats.




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