Some things that slipped through the cracks from the Devils' 5-4 overtime win over Tampa Bay Friday night.
**With Friday's win, the Devils reached 100 points for the fifth time in six seasons and 10th time in 12 seasons. The 100 points surpasses last season's total of 99. It also was their 48th win over the season, moving them within one of the team record 49 set two seasons.
**With a goal (the OT winner) and two assists Friday, Zach Parise raised his season point total to 92 -- the third highest single-season total in team history. He is four away from Patrik Elias' single-season record of 96 established in 2000-01. Parise's goal was his second in the last eight games and 43rd of the season.
**Travis Zajac's two assists, including one one Parise's winner, ended a drought in which he had one point (an assist) in eight games.
**Jamie Langenbrunner's two-goal game was his fifth of the season and raised his career-high season goal total to 27.
**Overlooked on Parise's winner was the play by Paul Martin, who made the pass up to Zajac to catch the Ligthning in a line change and create the 2-on-1.
**If the Devils beat Buffalo tonight and Philadelphia loses to Ottawa, the Devils clinch the Atlantic Division title. The Devils lead Philadelphia by six points for first in the division. The Devils have four games left and the Flyers have five.
It's 8 a.m. and I am waiting at Newark Airport for my flight to Buffalo, which has been delayed 15 minutes. There's no word yet on whether there will be a morning skate today. There is also no official word on Scott Clemmensen being called up from Lowell.
Clemmensen played in Lowell's 3-1 home loss to Portland Friday night and gave up two goals on 24 shots.