Found February 23, 2010 on FanHouse:
Filed under: Ice Hockey, CanadaYou knew somebody was going to take the fall for Team Canada's loss to the United States, and it's going to be future Hall of Fame goaltender Martin Brodeur after he surrendered four goals on just 23 shots Sunday night, helping to put the host country in a rather difficult -- though, not impossible -- position when the knockout round begins on Tuesday.When the puck drops against Germany, it will be Roberto Luongo, playing in his home arena, and not Brodeur between the pipes for the Canadians.
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