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March 19Rangers 4, Devils 2 In New York,

March 19
Rangers 4, Devils 2

In New York, Rangers become first Eastern Conference team to clinch a playoff spot. Brandon Dubinsky, Dan Girardi, Mats Zuccarello (left) and Derek Stepan (with 1:10 left in regulation) scored. Photo Credit: Jim McIsaac

The Rangers and Devils had six regular-season meetings during the 2011-2012 season.
By Steve Zipay

Dec. 20Rangers 4, Devils 1 Henrik Lundqvist made
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Dec. 20
Rangers 4, Devils 1

Henrik Lundqvist made 30 saves in New Jersey and Marian Gaborik had two goals (one an empty-netter) Derek Stepan had three assists.

Jan. 31Devils 4, Rangers 3 (Shootout) Martin Biron
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Jan. 31
Devils 4, Rangers 3 (Shootout)

Martin Biron (right) was in goal in Newark, ending Lundqvist's streak of 32 consecutive starts against the Devils. Ilya Kovalchuk scored the lone goal in the shootout. Gaborik and Carl Hagelin had two assists each.

Feb. 7Devils 1, Rangers 0 Martin Brodeur stopped
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Feb. 7
Devils 1, Rangers 0

Martin Brodeur stopped 30 shots to blank the Blueshirts at MSG, and David Clarkson scored the only goal, at 8:14 of the first period.

Feb. 27Rangers 2, Devils 0 Henrik Lundqvist recorded
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Feb. 27
Rangers 2, Devils 0

Henrik Lundqvist recorded his eighth shutout. Carl Hagelin and Ryan Callahan scored the goals at the Garden. The 13 shots allowed were the lowest by the Rangers since Jan 19, 1981 vs. Calgary.

March 6Devils 4, Rangers 1 Ilya Kovalchuk scored
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March 6
Devils 4, Rangers 1

Ilya Kovalchuk scored 49 seconds in at The Rock, Stepan answered in the second period, but the Devils scored three unanswered goals in the third.

March 19Rangers 4, Devils 2 In New York,
Photo Credit: Jim McIsaac

March 19
Rangers 4, Devils 2

In New York, Rangers become first Eastern Conference team to clinch a playoff spot. Brandon Dubinsky, Dan Girardi, Mats Zuccarello (left) and Derek Stepan (with 1:10 left in regulation) scored.

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