NEVARK, N.J. Tailor Hall he had two goals and two assists to help New Jersey finish their defeat in three games with a 5-2 victory against Senator Ottawa at the Prudential Center on Friday.
Kile Palmieri he had the aim of two assists, Nico Hischier had a goal and help, Pavel Zacha scored, and Keith Kinkaid He made 25 saves for Devils (12-15-7), who were 0-2-1 in the past three games.
Matt Duchene, who returned to the squad after he missed the past six games with a wound injuries, had two goals for senators (15-17-4). Craig Anderson he allowed five goals in 25 hits in two periods, and Mike McKenna in the third period he made seven rescue.
Hall scored twice in the range 1:12 in the second period.
He scored a plunder with a passier from Palmieri at 4:07 to beat 3-1 and then managed 4-1 from 2 to 0 with Palmieri at 5:19. Devils defenseman Sami Vatanen blocked the blow Mark Stone along the goal line five seconds before Hall scored his second game.
Duchene scored his second game at 11:53 to take the Senators to 4-2. Hischier managed to score 5-2 at 18:58.
Hall has 14 points (four goals, 10 assists) in the past 12 games. Palmieri has eight points (five goals, three assists) in the past seven games.
Zacha and Palmieri scored one goal in the first period.
Zacha scored his first goal in 14 games on a shortened defensive start at 2:03 for a 1-0 lead and Palmieri managed 2-0 on a pass from Hall at 10:54.
Duchene reduced him to 2-1 with a cloud-plain goal at 2:20 in the second period.