The Devils meet the Mighty Ducks on home ice at Continental Arena.
"We just want to get it done," Burns said. "How the team's pulse is, you can feel good about it."
The Devils have outscored Anaheim, 12-3, at Continental Airlines Arena in this series, including two shutouts by Martin Brodeur.
"I think the great thing about it is you go in there and get spanked three times, we can't play worse than we've played there," said Ducks coach Mike Babcock, whose team has lost nine straight at New Jersey. "We've got to be due for a good one. I think that's positive."
The Ducks look to become the lowest seed since the current playoff format was installed in 1994 to capture the Stanley Cup. The lowest-ranked team to win the championship was the fifth-seeded Devils in 1995.
The Devils are trying to join the Detroit Red Wings as the only teams since 1990 to win three Stanley Cups.
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