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Historic Showdown: Patrick Roy Vs Martin Brodeur

Two of the most prolific goaltenders all time, let alone recent memory.  Patrick Roy was the face of goal-tending with his success and fierce competitiveness.  Having managed to rewrite a major part of the record book in historic fashion.   1,259 more words

Stanley Cup

Corey Crawford Posts Remarkable Four Shutouts in a Row as '12-'13 Blackhawks Defeat '96-'97 Devils in Six Games

Not much else to say here except that Corey Crawford went HAM in this series. The 6th-seeded ’12-’13 Chicago Blackhawks defeated the 11th-seeded ’96-’97 New Jersey Devils in six games despite only scoring 13 goals in the series. 784 more words

Ultimate NHL Playoff

Game 5 Preview: Sharks head to the Garden State to face the Devils

Last season’s match ups:

Game 1 (11/23/13) Game 2 (3/2/14) Home Away W 2-1 W 4-2

The Sharks head to the Garden State on Saturday to play the host New Jersey Devils in their home opener for the season. 218 more words

San Jose Sharks

NJ Devils Preview: Schneider the New Man Behind the Mask

by Drew Sarver

Martin Brodeur has had his face hidden behind a New Jersey Devils’ goaltender’s mask since he made his debut in the 1992-1993 season and won the Calder trophy for Rookie of the Year a year later. 723 more words

Brodeur Hopeful He'll Find A Gig: 'I'd Love To Be On A Competitive Team'

GATINEAU, Quebec (CBSNewYork/AP) — Martin Brodeur is looking for work, and the NHL season starts on Wednesday.

Brodeur is hoping to find a new team soon. 720 more words


Brodeur, Luongo Go Save-for-Save, But '96-'97 Devils Defeat '10-'11 Canucks in Six Games

This series was all about the goaltending. Only twice did a game feature more than three total goals during the six games. For the 11th-seeded ’96-’97 New Jersey Devils, goaltender… 720 more words

Ultimate NHL Playoff

And now the end is near: Brodeur enjoying family time, but not ready to retire just yet

In one sense, Martin Brodeur is having the time of his life, making up for some lost time with his sons.

There he was on Tuesday, perhaps the greatest goaltender in National Hockey League history, sharing the crease during the Gatineau Olympiques practice at the Robert Guertin Arena, smiling throughout. 648 more words

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