How many games are too many for a goaltender heading into the playoffs? There might not be a magic number — Martin Brodeur won a Stanley Cup after playing in 73 games in 2002-03 — but staying below the 65-game mark seems like a safe bet. 1,159 more words
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On Friday in Los Angeles, the NHL will reveal its Top 100 players as part of its Centennial celebrations.
In the second of a three-part series examining the hockey elite of the past, present and future, Postmedia picked the brains of three of the sport’s legends to find out who they consider to be the cream of the NHL crop through the game’s first 100 years. 1,254 more words
There seems to be little debate to the claim that Montreal Canadiens goaltender Carey Price is the best in the world at his position.
But Braden Holtby, he of the Washington Capitals, might have something to say about that. 300 more words
Here is a little description of each team in the tourney:
- ’02-’03 New Jersey Devils (46-20-10-6, 108 points (1st in Atlantic), STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS, 0.49 SRS) 244 more words
No Ottawa Senators fan should be surprised that Scott Gomez has officially retired.
As Hail Mary gambles go, the Senators decision to sign Gomez late last season was a disaster. 633 more words
It has been debated throughout their career. Which of Patrick Roy or Martin Brodeur was the best goaltender. Both French Canadian from a long bloodline of goaltenders coming out of the QMJHL, they have revolutionised the position of goaltending. 840 more words