NHL: TAMPA BAY (5-5) at NEW JERSEY (3-7) <h3>Slumping Devils host Lightning in new arena</h3> <div class="pre">Tampa Bay (5-4-1) at New Jersey (3-6-1) 7:00 pm EDT</div> NEWARK, New Jersey (Ticker) -- The New Jersey Devils are hopingthat their new arena can help stop a four-game losing streak. The Devils, who lost their home opener on Saturday to Ottawa,will play their second game in the $380 million PrudentialCenter against the Tampa Bay Lightning on Wednesday. New Jersey has not lost five straight since November, 2000.But they enter this contest having lost seven of their last eightregular season games at home against Tampa Bay. Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur set a single-season record forwins with 48 last year, but is 2-6-0 this season with a 3.28goals-against average. The New Jersey offense has not done much better, scoring just 22goals - which is second-worst in the Eastern Conference. The Lightning, who are 0-4-0 on the road this season, are led bya strong first line. Four players have at least 10 points with Vaclav Prospal leadingthe team with nine goals and 12 points. Vincent Lecavalier andBrad Richards have also tallied 12 points and Martin St. Louisleads the team with nine assists. Tampa Bay defeated the Devils, 3-1, in the season-opener onOctober 4, but lost to New Jersey in six games in the EasternConference Quarterfinals last season.