Devils to Pay: Bruins' Woes at Home Continue
Success on road continues to sputter when back in Boston
By Lev Weinstein,  Newser Staff
Posted Dec 14, 2007 4:55 AM CST
Boston Bruins defenseman Dennis Wideman, left, stretches to reach the puck with New Jersey Devils right wing Brian Gionta period of their hockey game in Boston, Thursday, Dec. 13, 2007. (AP Photo/Charles...   (Associated Press)
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(Newser) – "It's unfortunate for our fans that they probably haven't had a chance to see us at our best," said Boston coach Claude Julien after a 3-1 Devils' victory, the Boston Herald reports. The words carried a double meaning last night, with snow impeding attendance, and the Bruins continuing their losing ways at home, despite success on the road.

The Bruins' had won three in a row before returning home for their third game in four nights, where they were sunk by New Jersey. "I think mentally it's been draining. It's been a hell of a go, schedule-wise," said Marc Savard, who scored the B's lone goal early in the third. Jamie Langenbrunner had two goals for the Devils.