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Devils Confident At Home in Game 5

Harry How/Getty Images(NEWARK, N.J.) -- The New Jersey Devils understand the task at hand but for now it is one-game at a time in the Stanley Cup finals being down 3-1 to the Kings.

Adam Henrique who scored the big goal in game 4 in the third period has faith in his team.

"We know we have the personnel to complete the comeback," said Henrique on Thursday at the team skate around.  "I think there's a lot of people out there that don't believe we can do it, but it doesn't really matter what everybody else thinks. It matters what we think in the room."

Devils coach Peter DeBoer feels that if his team is able to get another win under their belts in this series, it could get interesting.

"We win Saturday night and this series really takes a turn," DeBoer said.

The only team to pull off such a task was the 1942 Toronto Maple Leafs who also trailed 3-0 in their series.

"We're pretty confident, coming back here and playing at home," New Jersey center Travis Zajac said.

Game 5 is Saturday night.

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