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December 13, 2003
Game 28: Devils Deal Flyers First Home Loss: 2-0

    The New Jersey Devils defeated the Flyers, 2-0 in Philadelphia on Saturday, December 13, 2003.   The loss was the first home loss for the Flyers this season.   The shutout was the seventh of the season and the 71st of Martin Brodeur's career.

    Here are a few of my pictures from the game.

    There was no scoring in the first period though the Flyers outshot the Devils 8-1 in the period.

    Grant Marshall scored his first goal of the season at 11:25 of the second period to give the Devils a 1-0 lead.   Scott Niedermayer and Scott Gomez assisted on the goal.

    The second period ended with the Devils leading the Flyers, 1-0.   The Flyers outshot the Devils 11-10 in the period.

    Mike Rupp beat Jeff Hackett with just 1:44 remaining in the third period to give the Devils a 2 goal lead.   Brian Gionta and Jeff Friesen assisted on Rupp's third goal of the season.

    The game ended with the Devils defeating the Flyers, 2-0.   The Flyers outshot the Devils 13-11 in the third period and 32-22 in the game.

    The game was the second half of a home-and-home series - the first game was a 3-3 tie played in NJ on Friday.

    Rob Skrlac was called up from Albany and was in the lineup for his first NHL game, however he had only one shift, for 23 seconds of ice time.

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