newjerseydevils.com (Oct. 8) – Zach Parise and Arron Asham each scored their first goals of the season, and Martin Brodeur made 33 saves, as the Devils fell, 4-2, to the Ottawa Senators at Scotiabank Place on Monday.New Jersey fell behind 2-0 on first-period goals from Chris Kelly and Dany Heatley, but cut into that deficit when Asham put the Devils on the board at 18:17 of the second.
Ottawa held New Jersey to just one power-play opportunity. The Senators have successfully killed 21 penalties to begin the season.
New Jersey fell to 1-2 as it continues its season-opening nine-game road trip, and will host Ottawa on Oct. 27 for their first game at Prudential Center.
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