OTTAWA (AP) -Ray Emery stopped 25 shots for his second playoff shutout and Tom Preissing scored 4:46 into the third period, leading the Ottawa Senators to a 2-0 win over the New Jersey Devils in Game 3 of their playoff series Monday night.
Emery, who clinched Ottawa's first round win with a shutout over Pittsburgh, outdueled Martin Brodeur as the Senators took a 2-1 lead in the second-round series.
Preissing beat Brodeur with a high shot from a tight angle in front of the right boards for the game's first goal. Jason Spezza scored into an empty net at 19:04.
Brodeur, who stopped 43 shots to record his 94th playoff win Sunday, made 32 saves.
Game 4 is here Wednesday.
The Senators ended five-game point streaks by both Brian Gionta, who had also scored in five straight games, and playoffs scoring leader Scott Gomez.

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