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Last night the New Jersey Devils shutout the Florida Panthers 4-0 at the Prudential Center in what was considered by many to be close to a must-win game. With the Devils picking up that win, they now head back to Florida for Game Five with the series tied at two. Here are some notes on the game.
- Obviously last night's win was huge for a number of obvious reasons (tying the series, not being d...
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NEWARK, NJ Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur has seen and done it all in his 21 years in the NHL.
The future Hall of Famer has played in more games and made more saves than any netminder in league history, and the three-time Stanley Cup champion has more wins than any goalie to ever play the game.
So when New Jersey needed the cagy veteran to come up with a standout performance...
Martin Brodeur watched the end of game three from the bench after he allowed three goals on 12 shots. Game four produced different results though. Back between the pipes, Brodeur turned aside every shot that made its way to him en route to a 4-0 Devils victory. Brodeur looked like the Marty of old, with his glove hand lightning quick and his pads ready to kick out any low shot. Brodeur’s...
Martin Brodeur bounced back from his shortest postseason performance with a record-setting 24th Stanley Cup playoff shutout, leading the New Jersey Devils to a 4-0 victory over the Florida Panthers Thursday night, tying their first-round series at 2-all.
Brodeur made 26 saves in taking over sole possession of the postseason shutout mark from Patrick Roy. The 39-year-old goaltender...
Martin Brodeur was looking for redemption in all the right places Thursday evening against the Florida Panthers in Game 4 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.
When he was yanked from the crease last game, the veteran goaltender knew he needed to redeem himself for his team.
His stellar performance would go on to have personal significance for the Stanley Cup Playoffs...
Is there a record that Martin Brodeur hasn’t broken?
As the New Jersey Devils defeated the Florida Panthers 4-0 in Newark, Brodeur earned his 24th career playoff shut out. That is one more than NHL Hall of Famer Patrick Roy and new league record.
Brodeur already holds records in regular season wins, in which he surpassed Roy for back in 2009. He also is the NHL’s all-time...
Martin Brodeur has always had the ability to bounce back after a bad game. This is just one of the many qualities that make the New Jersey Devils goaltender the best in NHL history. Brodeur did it again Thursday night, coming off his shortest post-season performance to being back in vintage form. Martin Brodeur made 26 saves as his New Jersey Devils blanked the Florida Panthers 4...
Martin Brodeur made 25 saves for his NHL-record 24th career playoff shutout as the host New Jersey Devils blanked the Florida Panthers 4-0 to level their Eastern Conference quarterfinal series at two games apiece.
Brodeur, who got the hook 2:18 into the second period of Game 3 after allowing three goals on 12 shots, was unbeatable in Game 4 to pass retired netminder Patrick Roy...
After a crushing defeat Tuesday evening in Game 3 after going up by three goals, EARLY... the horrific display of officiating by the referee's would be the ultimate downfall of New Jersey. Florida managed to go 3/3 on the powerplay scoring 4 unanswered times to pull out the dramatic victory over the Devils. Being in attendance for the game, my first ever playoff game with my...
Martin Brodeur recorded his record breaking 24th shutout in the playoffs to lead New Jersey to a 4-0 win over Florida.
Brodeur passed Patrick Roy on the playoff shutout list while stopping 26 shots.
Watch the game highlights…
Tune into FOX Sports Florida at 7 p.m. to watch the Florida Panthers take on the New Jersey Devils. NHL Panthers territory.
NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Sitting on the bench in the second period after his shortest stint ever in a playoff game, New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur never worried whether coach Pete DeBoer would turn to him again in Game 4 against the Florida Panthers...
*stats based on playoffs.
*** means player is questionable for the game
Match-up - Devils (48 wins, 102 points) @ Panthers (38 wins, 94 points)
Road/Home records - 24-15-2 -------------- 21-9-11
TV - TSN2 (HD), NHL Network (US), RDSI, MSG-Plus (HD)
Puck drop - 6:30 PM ET
Series score - Tied at 2
Projected starting goalies - Martin Brodeur (NJ) vs. Jose Theodore (FLA)
*stats based on playoffs.
Match-up - Panthers (38 wins, 94 points) @ Devils (48 wins, 102 points)
Road/Home records - 17-17-7 -------------- 24-13-4
TV - TSN (HD), NHL Network (US), RDSI, MSG-Plus (HD), FS-Florida (HD)
Puck drop - 7:00 PM ET
Series score - Panthers lead 2-1
Projected starting goalies - Scott Clemmensen (FLA) vs. Martin Brodeur (NJ)
Battle of the stats...