Devils’ Jack Hughes calls out team after brutal Game 2 Rangers loss
The New Jersey Devils have struggled in their first two playoff games against the New York Rangers, being outscored 10-2 and losing their home-ice advantage. The team, led by superstar forward Jack Hughes, is frustrated with their lackluster performance and is aware that they need to elevate their game if they hope to win a must-win Game 3 at Madison Square Garden. The Devils have struggled to keep up with the pace of play and have only scored two goals over 120 minutes of hockey, leading to disappointment from their home crowd at the Prudential Center in NJ. The team is quickly learning that the regular season is entirely different from the playoffs, and they will need to step up their game against a New York team that advanced to the Eastern Conference Final in 2022. The Devils are remaining positive and focused on the next game, but they know that they need to adjust their strategy and avoid taking unnecessary penalties. With MSG rocking on Saturday night, the Rangers are looking to take a stranglehold on the series and send New Jersey quietly into the offseason. The Devils will need Hughes and the whole team to step up and play their best game if they’re going to win Game 3 and get back into the series.
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