NEWARK N.J. -- When a team gets a power play, it's supposed to take advantage and make the opponent look a step behind.
I state the obvious because the Devils made it look that easy with their first-period power-play goal to make it 2-0 vs. the Rangers in Game 6. Watch as every Devils player touches the puck and Ilya Kovalchuk finishes it off, all with four Rangers defensemen crowding the crease.
If you happen to be a coach, take notes.
That puck movement is a thing of absolute beauty, slicing and dicing the Rangers. That's how it's done.