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New Jersey's Bobby Holik sends Steve Thomas of Toronto to the ice with a hit from behind during the first period. AP
Devils blank Leafs in series clincher
You could say only 49 seconds separated the New Jersey Devils from the Toronto Maple Leafs on Monday night. But the chasm was much greater. And in the 3-0 Game 6 clincher, the Devils gave up a modern-era record-low six shots. On offense, the Devils scored 18 seconds into the first, 25 seconds into the second and with six seconds left in the third.
Low on Ammunition
Toronto's six-shooter fires nothing but blanks
Karpovtsev misses Game 6
Chat Reel: New Jersey's Scott Niedermayer
The Series: Breakdown | At a Glance
Goalie Analysis: Martin Brodeur | Curtis Joseph
||Allegations of dirty play making Scott Stevens smile|
Dirty play or not. The Devils are a win away from advancing to their first conference finals since 1995.
||New Jersey having a devil of a time with Toronto|
The Devils have dominated the series, but the Leafs have managed to even things going into Game 5.
||Devils got away from simple things in losing Game 4|
The little things that make up Hockey 101 were forgotten by Larry Robinson's team Wednesday.