NEWARK, N.J. — The Coyotes equaled the worst start in NHL history, blowing a third-period lead and losing to the Devils 4-3 on Saturday night.The Coyotes (0-10-1), in their first season under former Lightning coach Rick Tocchet, tied the record of 11 consecutive losses to start a season, set by the Rangers in 1943-44. That Rangers team went until its 16th game before a win (0-14-1)."I thought we were the better team (against the Devils)," Tocchet said. "But they found a way to win, and we didn't."Taylor Hall had two goals and an assist for the Devils, who improved to 8-2-0 with their fifth win in six games.New Jersey rookie Jesper Bratt scored a power-play goal on a one-timer from the right circle with 4:13 left in the third period to break a 3-3 tie.Brian Gibbons scored on a penalty shot and Cory Schneider made 34 saves for the Devils. Schneider was activated from injured reserve in the morning and played his first game since Oct. 19. He missed two games due to a lower-body injury and the birth of his daughter.Christian Fischer, Brendan Perlini and Clayton Keller scored, and Louis Domingue made 21 saves for the Coyotes.Arizona led 3-2 entering the third period. New Jersey tied it at 3 on Hall's power-play goal from the left faceoff circle 4:30 into the third to set the stage for Bratt. With the Devils on a power play after Fischer's roughing penalty, Bratt slammed in Hall's feed from the right circle.Those were the only two power plays New Jersey had in the game."When things go bad, that's what happens," Tocchet said. "I'm just upset because the guys played great."Game highlights: Tyler Toffoli scored off a faceoff — his second goal of the game — just before time expired in overtime to give the Kings a 2-1 win over the host Bruins. Jonathan Quick made 29 saves for the Kings, who are off to their best start in franchise history at 9-1-1. … Gustav Nyquist scored the tying goal in the second period, then got the winner in a shootout, lifting the Red Wings over the host Panthers 3-2 to snap a six-game skid. The Red Wings have won 12 consecutive games that have required a shootout, dating to Feb. 23, 2016. … Mikko Koivu scored midway through the third period to lift the host Wild over the Penguins 2-1.