NEWARK, N.J. - The Devil is in the details for the Senators.
Bad decisions. Bad errors. Bad goals. Bad calls. And, the usual bad efforts, plague the Senators as they try desperately to get back into the NHL's playoff picture and fall exceedingly short.
Trying to win two straight games for the first time in over a month, the Senators packed up their troubles in their old kit bag and dropped a terrible 5-2 decision to the New Jersey Devils Wednesday at the Prudential Center.
Making a rare second straight start, goaltender Robin Lehner was hung out to try dry as the Senators dropped their third straight on the road as only Colin Greening and Milan Michalek were able to beat the legendary Martin Brodeur on the 24 shots he faced.