Posted February 18, 2012 on AP on Fox
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The New Jersey Devils continue to roll behind Martin Brodeur's tremendous play. They're surely feeling good about keeping things going with a visit to Brodeur's native Montreal in store. The Devils look to extend their winning streak at the Bell Centre to eight as they conclude their season series with the Canadiens on Sunday night. New Jersey (33-20-4) has climbed into sixth place in the Eastern Conference thanks to a 7-1-1 run. While the Devils have converted nine of their 32 chances on the power play (28.1 percent) over that stretch, its been Brodeur who's shined brightest. The NHL's all-time leader in wins, shutouts and games played has started all but one of those contests, going 6-1-0 with a shutout and a 1.82 goals-against average. "There's been no quit in this team since the beginning of January," Brodeur told the team's official website. "They just keep battling. There are a lot of guys with star power and there's an awful...
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