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Alexander Povetkin became the eighth player in NHL history to score seven hundred goals and a loss as the capitals were defeated by the devils by the final score three to two the devils Damon Severson scored the game winning goal on the power play with less than two minutes left in the game prevention is forty second goal of the season tied the game two to two and came four minutes fifty seconds into the third some pretty good company so I'm happy to be there but again you know we I have to focus on different things and right now it's all set up important points for us into one of them being in the devil's got out to a two nothing lead on goals for Jesper Bratt and Wayne Simmons as New Jersey has won three out of the last four the capitals have dropped four consecutive games Mike Moriarty north New Jersey