Both the The New York Rangers and the New Jersey Devils failed to score in the third period, sending game six of their series into overtime Friday night. The score was tied 2-2 after the second, and despite outshooting the Devils 8-4 the Rangers were unable to score.
New York is outshooting New Jeresey for the game as a whole, 35-26. The Rangers improved their faceoff percentage in the third, going from having won 31 percent of draws to 45 percent.
New Jersey's Ryan Carter drew the only penalty of the third period, getting a two-minute minor for interference. Through three periods, the teams are even with six penalty minutes each, but the Devils have been able to convert one of their three powerplays for a goal.
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