Anaheim, CA (SportsNetwork.com) - Travis Zajac was credited with the game-
winner 1:58 into overtime after the Ducks put the puck in their own net, as
the New Jersey Devils handed Anaheim its first home loss of the season with a
4-3 decision on Wednesday at Honda Center.
On the deciding goal, the Devils charged down the ice on a counter-attack,
with Dainius Zubrus feathering the puck to the front of the net for a cutting
Zajac, who kicked the disc on net with his skate.
Jonas Hiller turned the deflection aside and defenseman Ben Lovejoy tried to
clear the disc from in front of his net, but the puck ricocheted off teammate
Corey Perry's skate and into the back of the net to end the game.
Jaromir Jagr lit the lamp with 1:01 left in regulation to force overtime, Eric
Gelinas notched a goal and an assist, and Marek Zidlicky also scored once for
the Devils, who have won four of their last five games.
Martin Brodeur made 22 saves, including an acrobatic stop on Mathieu
Perreault's rebound attempt from the doorstep early in overtime.
Nick Bonino registered a goal and an assist, while Ryan Getzlaf and Matt
Beleskey each tallied once for the Ducks, who had won their first eight home
games of the season.
Hiller allowed all four goals on 25 shots in defeat.
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