Judging by recent matchups between the teams, the Bruins seem to have a better chance of bouncing back with a win Wednesday night at the Prudential Center.
New Jersey (21-15-2) has been one of the league's better teams in recent weeks, going 9-3-1 in its last 13. The Devils, though, fell short in their attempt for a third straight win Monday as they blew a two-goal lead in a 3-2 overtime defeat at Ottawa.
"In the position that we're in in the game, we should have got two (points)," Brodeur said.
The Bruins (24-10-1), meanwhile, are trying to regroup after their seven-game win streak was snapped Saturday with only their fourth loss in 25 contests.
They gave up three goals in the first period of a 4-2 defeat at Dallas, including two on the power play after killing 21 consecutive opportunities.
"It was a frustrating night for us," coach Claude Julien said. "When some tough calls go against you, you get frustrated. ... We weren't a very good team. They were physical, skating well and were without a doubt the better team."
The Bruins have been the better team in recent games against New Jersey, winning five of six meetings. They claimed a 4-3 home victory over the Devils on Nov. 15 as Benoit Pouliot scored the tiebreaking goal with 3:01 remaining.
Boston has prevailed in two of its last three road games against the Devils, with the lone exception coming in the regular-season finale April 10 in what was largely a playoff tune-up.
New Jersey enters this game having won a season-high three in a row at home, but the Bruins are among the league's best road teams at 11-4-0.
"When we played them (in Boston) this year I thought they played a real good game, they had us for quite a while until we scored a few goals," Julien told his team's official website. "They've been good at home lately, they're certainly going to give us a good game. They lost a tough one in overtime, so I expect them to want to bounce back like we do."
If Brodeur is in net again for the Devils, he'll try to snap a personal four-game skid against the Bruins. Brodeur, who has a 2.70 goals-against average during that 0-3-1 stretch, is 5-1-1 with a 2.22 GAA in his last seven starts overall.
His teammates hope to help him out with some better play on special teams. New Jersey is 5 for 40 with the man advantage in its last 12 games, allowing opponents to score a power-play goal in each of the past three.
The Devils might have trouble converting, however, considering Boston's Tim Thomas has posted a 1.25 GAA while winning four straight versus New Jersey. Backup Tuukka Rask has a 1.27 GAA in three career starts in the series.
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