BOSTON -- The New Jersey Devils have won two in a row for the first time since Nov. 11-14, but that hasn't stopped them from making a lineup change for their game against the Boston Bruins on Thursday at TD Garden.
"Well, Havlat has been sick. He played well before he came out," Lamoriello said after the Devils' morning skate. "So the thought process was get him back in. [Bernier] played well. You can't play everybody right now. We're healthy up front."
Havlat projects to play left wing on a line centered by Dainius Zubrus and right wing Michael Ryder. The Devils are looking to get more out of Ryder, who has one goal in his past 24 games and five goals on the season. Havlat's addition to the line might provide more offense.