NEWARK, N.J. – Mackenzie Blackwood goalkeeper struck 25 shots to win his second direct shutout and New Jersey Devils won Vancouver Canucks 4-0 on Monday.
Blackwood is 3-1 since Devils entered the game until December 18. Carolina Hurricanes won 2-0 on Saturday, becoming the first goalkeeper in franchise history with back-shutouts
Brian Boyle, Miles Wood, Sami Vatanen and Pavel Zachak got Devils. Zacha was the second goal in many games.
Anders Nilsson stopped 19 planes in Vancouver.
Devils has won three live races in the first three sessions.
There were five players in the 2017 sketch.
New Jersey's Nico Hischier scored the first goal and scored 26 points in the league's second season. Hischier, who turns 20 on Friday, was now 52 points.
Vancouver's Elias Pettersson draft was fifth fifth and he scored 39 points in his first NHL season.
Vatanen's power began in third place 3-0.
Boyles won 1-0 at the first lap of Devils on rebound at 12:03. After Wooden power-play, he scored 2-0.
NOTES: Devils F Taylor Hall lost the third match with a smaller body. It will take 37 points for the team. Hall has been replaced by LW on the top line of Jesper Bratt New Jersey. … Vancouver will play six games of the second season after winning in Edmonton and Calgary. … Vancouver F Brock Boeser skated to his 100th NHL game. … New Jersey G Cory Schneider (lower body) and F Marcus Johansson (upper body) were missing. Devils G Mackenzie Blackwood was the third star of the NHL Week after winning 2-0-0 on Monday, winning 1.00 GAA and .975 in two games.