• New Jersey won its second straight game and now has points in three straight (2-0-1=5pts).
• The Devils are now 4-0-1 in their last five games vs. Arizona at Prudential Center (last regulation loss, Dec. 15, 2007, 4-1).
• New Jersey improved to 116-93-205 in OT all-time (58-43-87 at home).
• The Devils outshot the Coyotes, 25-20. The allowed a season-low two shots against in the first period.
• Three of the club’s next four games will be played on the road, beginning Thursday night at Ottawa.
• The Devils will return to Prudential Center next Tuesday, Oct. 27 vs. Columbus.
Cory Schneider (18 saves) picked up his second straight win to improve to 2-1-1. He’s now 6-1-1 in nine career games vs. the Coyotes.
• Adam Larsson scored his first career overtime goal (third game-winner) at 0:43 over the extra session. He also posted a shorthanded assist for his first multiple-point game since February 20 vs. Vancouver (3a). Larsson led the Devils with 23:55 of TOI tonight.
• Travis Zajac scored a shorthanded goal with just 0:27 remaining in the second period, his first point of 2015-16. Three of Zajac’s last seven goals since January 6 have been SHG; he now has six in his NHL career. Zajac also assisted on both of New Jersey’s other goals for his first three-point game since March 31, 2014 vs. Florida (3g-1a-4pts) & won 17/25(68%) faceoffs on the night.
• Mike Cammalleri’s goal was his second of the season. He has points in back-to-back games (1g-1a-2pts) and leads the Devils with 2g-3a-5pts overall. Cammalleri recorded eight shots on goal, his most since registering a career-high nine shots on January 7, 2010 vs. Florida.
• Lee Stempniak assisted on the overtime goal after scoring the game-winner in OT on Sunday at Madison Square Garden.
• Jacob Josefson registered the primary assist on Zajac’s goal. Since the start of last season, he ranks seventh (tie) in shorthanded scoring with 3g-1a-4pts.
• Jon Merrill (illness) and Tuomo Ruutu (lower body/maintenance) both missed their second straight game.
• Brian O’Neill returned to the lineup; Reid Boucher was the healthy scratch.