NHL Playoffs 2012: Who Has the Advantage in Devils-Panthers Matchups?

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NHL Playoffs 2012: Who Has the Advantage in Devils-Panthers Matchups?
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The New Jersey Devils and the Florida Panthers are returning to the playoffs after varying periods of absence. New Jersey missed the postseason in 2011 after making it for 13 seasons in a row, while the Panthers have not been in the playoffs since 2000.

Florida comes into this Eastern Conference quarterfinals series as the third seed with a record of 38-26-18 for 94 points, and New Jersey is the sixth seed with a record of 48-28-6 for 102 points.

It’s time to break down this matchup and see who has the edge in each major category.

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