Bruins vs. Devils highlights: Scott Wedgewood, Devils blank B's

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  • Boston Bruins
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  • New Jersey Devils
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  • Scott Wedgewood
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  • Tuukka Rask
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  • Kyle Palmieri
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Highlights: B's blanked by Scott Wedgewood in 1-0 loss originally appeared on NBC Sports Boston

The Boston Bruins scored five goals in a 5-1 Friday night victory against the Washington Capitals, but they couldn't match that scoring output against the New Jersey Devils.

In fact, the B's got shut out on Sunday afternoon. Goaltender Scott Wedgewood was superb for the Devils, as he saved a whopping 40 shots against the Bruins in the shutout victory.

Tuukka Rask was solid for the Bruins and saved 24 of 25 shots, but a Kyle Palmieri goal with less than five minutes left in the game ultimately did the Bruins in.

David Pastrnak had 10 shots during the contest and also had the best scoring chance for the Bruins.

FINAL SCORE: Devils 1, Bruins 0

BOX SCORE

BRUINS RECORD: 13-6-3

HIGHLIGHTS

It was a defensive battle for the first two periods. The best scoring chance went to the Bruins, who saw Pastrnak put this puck on Wedgewood.

It continued to be a goaltender's duel until late in the third period. The Devils got a chance in close on Rask, and Palmieri was able to deflect the puck home. The goal was originally credited to Pavel Zacha, but Palmieri had the last touch.

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Tuesday, March 9, vs. New York Islanders, 7 p.m. ET