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March 14, 2006
Game 65: Isles Have Devils Number, Hand Devs 6-1 Loss

    The New Jersey Devils took another beating, crushed at home, 6-1 by the Islanders on Tuesday, March 14, 2006.   The Islanders won the season series, 6-2.

    Jeff Tambellini beat Martin Brodeur 7:23 into the first period to give the Islanders a 1-0 lead.   Sean Bergenheim made it a 2-0 lead with a goal at 14:55.

    The Islanders outshot the Devils 11-4 in the first period, which ended with the Islanders leading 2-0.

    Alexei Yashin increased the Isles lead with a goal at 11:09 of the second period.   Yashin scored his second goal of the game at 18:18 to give New York a commanding lead.

    The second period ended with the Islanders leading the Devils, 4-0.   The Islanders outshot the Devils 10-8 in the period.

    Just 36 seconds into the third period, Shawn Bates made it a 5-0 lead for New York.   John Erskine became the third Islander to score his first goal of the season in this game, when his shot from the blue line deflected off Brad Lukowich past Brodeur at 5:01.

    Paul Martin was credited with his fourth goal of the season when Rick DiPietro left his net to play Martin's dump in.   The puck took a strange bounce off the glass into the vacant Islander net.


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