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New Jersey Devils vs. Anaheim Ducks LIVE BROADCAST (11/2/21): Watch NHL Online | Time, television, channel

By on November 3, 2021 0


The New Jersey Devils face the Anaheim Ducks in an NHL regular season game on Tuesday, November 2, 2021 (11/21/21) at the Honda Center in Anaheim, Calif.

Fans can watch the game with an ESPN + subscription.

Here’s what you need to know:

What: NHL regular season

who: Devils vs. Ducks

When: Tuesday 2 November 2021

Time: 10 p.m. ET

Or: Honda Center

TV: N / A

Channel search: Verizon Fios, Comcast Xfinity, Spectrum / Charter, Optimum / Altice, Coxswain, DIRECTV, Plate, Hulu, fuboTV, Sling.

Direct: ESPN +



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The Columbus Blue Jackets claimed their first road victory of the season on Sunday night, while the Devils missed a power play opportunity later to collect two points instead of one.

Columbus’ Jakub Voracek scored the only shootout goal and Joonas Korpisalo made 39 saves for his first win of the season as the Blue Jackets beat the New Jersey Devils 4-3.

Oliver Bjorkstrand, Patrik Laine and Boone Jenner also scored for Columbus.

“It was nice that (our leaders) got us rolling and I thought they had contributed,” said Blue Jackets coach Brad Larsen. “We really needed it, we needed our leaders to step up and they did it for us.”

Andreas Johnsson, Dawson Mercer and Dougie Hamilton scored for the Devils and Scott Wedgewood made 23 saves.

The Devils got off to a quick start, scoring 1:07 into the game. Jesper Bratt rounded the back of the net and found Johnsson in the circle, whose shooter found the back of the net.

The Blue Jackets tied on the game’s first power play when Bjorkstrand scored with eight minutes left in the first half after rookie Dawson Mercer was called up for tripping over Zach Wereneski at 11:04.

Laine managed a shot against Wedgwood in the race with around five minutes left in the period after a superb assist from Jakub Voracek for his second assist to give the Blue Jackets the 2-1 lead, which they held until in the middle of the second period.

New Jersey leveled things with Columbus just after killing the power play when Mercer scored at 11:23 of the second period to make it 2-2. A quick goal from Hamilton gave the Devils the 3-2 about a minute later.

“I just changed sides behind the net and snuck up and shot it,” Hamilton said. “Nico (Hischier) gave a good pass and just tried to shoot as hard as he could.”

Jenner even made it right late in the game with an unassisted goal for the Blue Jackets with about five and a half minutes to go.

“I had just left the bench,” recalls the team captain. “I kind of saw this game develop and I saw the puck in the air and tried to hit it, I thought it got a little bit ahead of me there, and then I just tried to net her as quickly as possible. try to fool the goalkeeper – and glad he walked past him.

The Blue Jackets were able to hold on late in the third period after two penalties put them five to three. First, Vladislav Gavikov was called up for crosscheck with about four minutes left before Scott Harrington was sent into the box for a high stick.

The Devils were 0-3 on the power play.

Wedgewood was in net for New Jersey after Jonathan Bernier claimed the win the night before in Pittsburgh.

“We’ve done some things well, but you want to be a top team in this league, you have to find ways to win two to two when you’re leading 3-2 in the third,” said PK Subban. “And we’re still learning these things.”

It was the first game of the season to be played in a shootout for both teams.


Blue jackets: Complete the three-game trip to Colorado on Wednesday night.

Devils: Start a three-game trip to the West Coast in Anaheim on Tuesday night.

(The Associated Press contributed to this report.)


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