The Washington Capitals finally scored against New Jersey Devil goalie Martin Brodeur.
Winning against Brodeur and the Devils, however, is another matter.
Defenseman Scott Niedermayer scored at 3:04 of overtime Tuesday night at East Rutherford, N.J., to give the Devils a 3-2 victory over the Capitals and their fifth consecutive victory. It is New Jersey's longest winning streak since the club opened the 1993-94 season with seven straight victories.
The Devils have not lost in their last 10 meetings with the Capitals, going 9-0-1.
Brodeur set a club record of 189:58 shutout minutes before the Capitals' Andrei Nikolishin ended it with five minutes remaining in the second period.
With 18 saves, Brodeur kept alive his career unbeaten streak against Washington, which now stands at 11-0-1.
Pittsburgh 3, Buffalo 0--Jaromir Jagr assisted on the first goal, then scored twice at Pittsburgh to back goaltender Ken Wregget, who stopped 25 shots for his seventh career shutout.