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Topic - Martin Brodeur
After missing the playoffs for the second straight season and for the third time in four, New Jersey Devils president and general manager Lou Lamoriello wanted to take a step back to ponder the future rather than rip off a list of changes that the franchise needed to get back to the postseason.
Standing on the podium after what might have been his final game of his record-setting, 20-year career with the New Jersey Devils, Martin Brodeur's eyes welled with tears when he was asked to explain his emotions.
Once Martin Brodeur and the New Jersey Devils got to the shootout against the New York Islanders they were doomed.
Travis Zajac of the New Jersey Devils took a lot of grief considering his scored the first of his career-best three goals just 12 seconds into a crucial game against the Florida Panthers.
Phoenix captain Shane Doan started laughing when asked if the Coyotes suddenly had a goalie controversy.
With 10 games left in the regular season, the New Jersey Devils are in danger of missing the playoffs for the second straight year, and third out of four.
Henrik Lundqvist has done more than set a couple of franchise records for the New York Rangers this week. The Swedish goalie is keeping the Blueshirts in the thick of playoff contention.
Ben Bishop had a milestone game against one of the NHL's greatest goalies.
Martin Brodeur is again the New Jersey Devils' No. 1 goaltender. Coach Pete DeBoer isn't saying how long that will last, nor does he care.
Jaromir Jagr isn't acting his age, and the New Jersey Devils are thrilled about it.
Martin Brodeur never had to make a decision on whether to waive his no-trade clause with the New Jersey Devils.
Martin Brodeur is staying with the New Jersey Devils.
Martin Brodeur has been the masked face of the New Jersey Devils for 20 years.
Now that Jaromir Jagr has 700 NHL goals in the bank, the future Hockey Hall of Famer is already setting his sights on his next big milestone.
With the Olympic break nearly behind them and 23 games left in the regular season, the New Jersey Devils know it is time to start winning, or else.
"It's not out of the question that the Devils will be in the running for me to come back," Brodeur said.
"It was a little emotional," said Brodeur, the NHL's career leader in wins (688) and shutouts (124).