The New Jersey Devils RULE!
  2013-2014 Schedule and Results | ** Please Support This Site - Make A Donation! **


December 29, 2003
Game 35: Devils Fall to Islanders: 3-1

    The New Jersey Devils lost 3-1 to the Islanders on Long Island, on Monday, December 29, 2003.

    Here are a few of my pictures from the game.

    Mark Parrish got the Islanders on the board early with 1 second remaining on a power-play, beating Martin Brodeur at 6:31 of the first period.

    The first period ended with the Islanders leading the Devils, 1-0.   New York outshot the Devils 12-10 in the period.

    Grant Marshall tied the game, 1-1, beating Garth Snow 7:34 into the second period.   Marshall's second goal of the season was assisted by Sergei Brylin and Scott Gomez.

    At 11:18 of the second period, Kenny Jonsson beat Martin Brodeur to give the Isles a 2-1 lead.   Mark Parrish recorded his second goal of the game with 52 seconds remaining in the period to make it a two goal lead.

    The second period ended with the Islanders leading the Devils, 3-1.   The Devils outshot the Islanders 11-6 in the period.

    There was no scoring in the third period, in which the Devils outshot the Islanders 8-6.   The Devils outshot the Islanders, 29-24 in the game.

    Igor Larionov (slap shot to left leg) and Erik Rasmussen (bruised shoulder) both left in the second period and did not return.


Message Board

Chat Room

September 2014
Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
14


15


16


17


18


19


20


21


22


23


24


25


26


27



Recent Forum Topics
New Rule Changes in NHL
Gelly signed
Marty will test free agency
Marty will test free agency
Marty will test free agency
Uh oh

Recent News & Notes
Devils In The News 9/19/2013
Apr-03 Articles
Mar-31 - Apr 02 Articles

Atlantic Division
GPWLOTLPTS
Pittsburgh Penguins8151246108
New York Rangers814531595
Philadelphia Flyers814230993
New Jersey Devils8134291886
New York Islanders8133361278
  Copyright © 2000-2010 DevilsRule.com   All Rights Reserved.   Contact: webmaster -at- devilsrule.com