NEWARK, N.J. (AP)
''You have to win at home if you want to be considered a good team,'' Zajac said.
Hall, acquired by the Devils in a trade with Edmonton in June, has scored all five of his goals this season at Prudential Center.
''It's a building we want to play well in,'' he said. ''I'm comfortable. It's fun to play here.''
Arizona has lost five straight on the road to fall to 1-5-0 and finishes a six-game road trip at Philadelphia on Thursday.
''We haven't put 60 minutes together yet,'' Coyotes coach Dave Tippett said.
Zajac ripped an off-wing slap shot for a 4-3 lead with 2:01 left, then added an empty-netter with 14 second remaining.
Ekman-Larsson's first goal came 7:51 into the third and his power-play goal at 13:53 evened the game. The second score was Arizona's third power-play goal of the season in 21 chances.
Hall's second goal made it 2-1 about midway through the second period. With New Jersey on a power play, Hall gathered a pass from rookie
New Jersey went 2 for 3 on the power play and killed two of Arizona's three opportunities. The Devils have killed 17 of 19 power plays this season.
''Special teams is big in this league,'' Zajac said. ''If you can score some timely goals on the (power play) and kill some timely penalties, you can win a lot of games. It's good for our group that we won the special teams battle.''
Henrique scored when
Coyotes: Play at Philadelphia on Thursday night.
Devils: Play Chicago on Friday night.