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A Fan’s Farewell to Martin Brodeur

Casey Slank, Contributing Writer

Dear Marty,

In honor of the Devils season ending in absolute shit without you today, I offer you a final farewell as the best goaltender the New Jersey Devils have ever seen. 588 more words

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The Good, The Bad and The Ugly of the 2014-2015 NHL Season

The NHL season wraps up tomorrow, April 11, and then heads straight into the chase for the Stanley Cup. But before we get ready to crown a new champion, let’s look back at the good, bad, and ugly from the 2014-2015 NHL season. 735 more words


Panthers' Luongo posts 400th career win

Roberto Luongo moved into some elite company with Thursday’s victory over the Carolina Hurricanes.

The Florida Panthers netminder became the 11th person in NHL history to reach 400 career wins. 67 more words


Is History Repeating Itself: St. Louis Blues Begin to Stumble in Homestretch

Since the inception of the St. Louis Blues fans have cheered their team on throughout the regular season and into the playoffs only to feel bitter disappointment. 614 more words


On hockey's goaltending bloopers

What happens in the split second it takes for a goalie to make an inexplicable gaffe? Who can blame a puck-stopper for whiffing on a bounce? 1,433 more words


5 rule changes the NHL should make

By Stephen Whyno

On Tuesday, the NHL’s general managers agreed to recommend three-on-three overtime and expanded video review on goaltender interference and pucks over the glass. 378 more words


St. Louis advisor Martin Brodeur ignores Blues on the ice to watch Devils on TV

Martin Brodeur is a retired New Jersey Devils legend, but nowadays he makes his money as an advisor to the St. Louis Blues.

On Tuesday night, the Blues were playing the Winnipeg Jets, but Brodeur was consumed by the Devils’ game against the Minnesota Wild that was playing on TV. 62 more words