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Latest Martin Brodeur Items
Martin Brodeur is going to remain the face of the New Jersey Devils.
Jonathan Quick and Martin Brodeur hugged and exchanged a few private words in the Stanley Cup finals handshake line.
When the New Jersey Devils fell behind the Los Angeles Kings three games to none in the Stanley Cup Final, the series looked to be over. But after the Game 3 loss, goaltender Martin Brodeur spoke up.
The Stanley Cup finals are here at last, after 82 regular-season games and three rounds of playoffs, and the matchup is as unlikely they come. The sixth-seeded New Jersey Devils will take on the eighth-seeded Los Angeles Kings.
Anze Kopitar had open ice and wanted the puck. With plenty of noise and nervous energy in Prudential Center, he wasn't sure if Justin Williams heard him.
Roughly two years ago, the Los Angeles Kings and New Jersey Devils were the finalists in the free-agent market battle for Ilya Kovalchuk.
A year after missing the playoffs for the first time since 1996, the New Jersey Devils are going back to the Stanley Cup finals, thanks to a rookie, a 40-year-old goaltender and a coach who'd never been to the postseason in the NHL.
The Devils turned a stellar first nine minutes and an opportunistic final five into a stirring victory over the Rangers that moved New Jersey within one win of a trip to the Stanley Cup finals.
The NHL's conference finals opened over the weekend without some of the top teams and big stars that highlighted the regular season.