Devils coach Peter DeBoer did not make any lineup changes for Game 3 of the Stanley Cup finals on Monday night.
"Well, we seriously consider lineup changes,” DeBoer told reporters in Los Angeles. "We've got some depth there. We've got some good people that are available to us."
"I think the process, we've gone through after every game is watch the tape, who can go in, come out, make us a better team. You don't want to do it on the situation you're in. If a couple guys had good games last game, just because you lost, you're in a 2-0 hole, you don't make changes just to make changes. I don't think we're at that point. We don't need to panic, do that. I don't see that as a productive answer to where we're at right now. That's the process."
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