Newark, NJ (SportsNetwork. Art Shell Jersey .com) - Patrik Elias registered the lone goal of the shootout as New Jersey claimed a 3-2 decision over Tampa Bay at Prudential Center. Elias and Adam Henrique picked up first-period tallies for the Devils, who finally put an end to a five-game losing streak. Keith Kinkaid finished with 26 saves in regulation and three more in the games final segment to earn his first NHL victory. Its a huge win. We needed it. It was a gutsy win. There probably werent too many people picking us to win this game tonight, said Devils head coach Peter DeBoer. Steven Stamkos and Nikita Kucherov supplied offense for the Lightning, who have dropped five of their last seven. Evgeni Nabokov made 16 stops but allowed his team to earn a point. Elias put his team ahead as the opening shooter in the third and final round, pulling Nabokov out of position before sliding a shot inside the right post. Kinkaid cemented the outcome and picked up his milestone by turning away a Jonathan Drouin chance. We just stayed with it. I felt good and the fans gave great energy, said Kinkaid. Late in the games opening power play, the Devils went up 1-0 on a Henrique marker just over three minutes into the contest. It was 2-0 with 4:43 left before the first intermission when Elias fooled Nabokov with a spin-o-rama move in the right circle and beat him to the far post. Stamkos popped home a rebound from the right side with 5:05 to play in the second and the Bolts closed within a goal. Devils forward Michael Ryder was given a double minor for high sticking with 7:42 remaining in regulation, but the Lightning failed to make much headway on the extended advantage. Brett Connolly was turned away by Kinkaids blocker as the clock ticked down to four minutes left -- the visitors best chance on the entire power play. Nabokov was pulled for the final 90 seconds and it paid off when Kucherov scored on a backhander as 40.1 seconds remained. We earned it, Bolts forward Ryan Callahan said of their point for playing beyond regulation. Shootouts are a crapshoot, but theyre very important points. Game Notes Ryders drought reached 20 games since his two-goal effort against St. Louis on Nov. 6 ... New Jersey improved to 2-5 in shootouts and Tampa Bay fell to 1-4 ... Kinkaid had gone a combined 0-1-2 in six previous NHL appearances over parts of two seasons ... Callahan assisted on both Lightning goals. Lester Hayes Jersey . Torres scored the first goal by an English team in the knockout phase of the Champions League this season when he met Cezar Azpilicuetas cutback in the ninth minute of their first leg match in the last 16. But Chelsea failed to make the most of its counterattacks and the Turkish champions equalized in the second half after gaining in confidence and cutting out their defensive mistakes. 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"We have a lot guys chipping in, if one guy is not going one night the next guy is. You just have to work on keeping things simple and getting pucks in. Things are just clicking right now," said Kosmachuk. Nick Paul was the lone scorer for North Bay. Jake Smith stopped 16-of-23 shots faced in 38:11 of work, while Brendan ONeill turned aside 15-of-18 shots in relief. "It was a disappointing loss, they got the jump on us early and we didnt recover from that and the game spiralled from that," said North Bay coach Stan Butler. The Storm scored on two of their three power plays, while the Battalion could not convert any of their three man advantages. Guelph struck early, scoring three goals in the first frame, including two by Suter. The centre opened the scoring just four minutes into the game and added to the Storms lead with a short-handed goal at the tail end of the period to make it 3-0. The other goal came at the 11-minute mark from Kosmachuck. All told the Battalion were outshot 14-4 in the period. "We werentt emotionally attached to the game early on. P.J. Hall Jersey. We seem to play better when we get intense and involved," Guelph head coach Scott Walker said. "I thought the players did a heck of a job staying disciplined." It didnt get much better for the home team in the second. Leslie scored on the Storms first shot on net and, just 90 seconds later, Dickinson blew the game wide open with his seventh of the playoffs. Smith was finally pulled from the Battalions net after Bertuzzi made it 7-0 with less than two minutes to go in the period. But ONeill didnt fare much better, surrendering a goal before the buzzer. "In playoffs youve got to have a very short memory, because if you dont youre going to dwell on things that are going to affect you going forward. Are we disappointed? Obviously. Are we upset? Extremely. Are we frustrated? No. We got to play a lot better on Friday night," said Butler. 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