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03-21-2013, 06:44 PM
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Brodeur shoots...he scores!


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Martin Brodeur is credited with his third career goal when Jordan Staal passes the puck off the boards and into an empty net.
Will link to video when it becomes available.

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03-21-2013, 06:46 PM
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First time I've ever see that! Ellis could only watch it go in,

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And to make it worse it was also a PP goal.
That's got to hurt.

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Should have been blown dead when Brodeur drove it to the corner. He had possession.

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Should have been blown dead when Brodeur drove it to the corner. He had possession.

Probably, but how often do they blow the puck dead when the goalie doesn't stop the put and only blocks it?

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Probably, but how often do they blow the puck dead when the goalie doesn't stop the put and only blocks it?
I know... in real time it's understandable.. and hilarious!

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Tied with Doughty in goals. Beating him in saves and shutouts.

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Probably, but how often do they blow the puck dead when the goalie doesn't stop the put and only blocks it?
That was the correct call by the refs, I am going to have to disagree with you Tony. He didn't have possession. He just chipped it, and referees aren't (usually) going to whistle a play dead if its just tipped or chipped by a player.

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Tied with Doughty in goals. Beating him in saves and shutouts.

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That was the correct call by the refs, I am going to have to disagree with you Tony. He didn't have possession. He just chipped it, and referees aren't (usually) going to whistle a play dead if its just tipped or chipped by a player.
It's really one of those gray areas. Most teams that are on the delayed penalty probably don't want that blown dead. But it is that old question of what is control? Since a player doing that not a goalie would be control. And was he just blocking the puck anyway, or did he send the puck to exactly where he was trying? And one could argue that the first would not be control and the second could be. Of course if he was asked that was exactly where he wanted the puck to go.

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03-21-2013, 07:25 PM
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And to make it worse it was also a PP goal.
That's got to hurt.
You mean shorthanded...

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You mean shorthanded...
No it was a PP goal. The Devils were on the PP and since it was a delayed penalty they were still on the PP when it went in.

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No it was a PP goal. The Devils were on the PP and since it was a delayed penalty they were still on the PP when it went in.
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The Coyotes should trade for him. Maybe they'd score more then.

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So does it go against the Canes' goalie as far as GAA and save percentage goes?

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So does it go against the Canes' goalie as far as GAA and save percentage goes?
Yes because he hadn't made it to the bench.

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03-21-2013, 07:54 PM
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Now if he could get an assist and a fight...that would be awesome.

Edit: not that a goalie scoring isn't awesome already

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That was funny. Have to admit that I was expecting a real goal. It turned out to be an own goal.

So does that goal count against Ward's GAA (or whoever the goalie is tonight for Carolina)?

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That was funny. Have to admit that I was expecting a real goal. It turned out to be an own goal.

So does that goal count against Ward's GAA (or whoever the goalie is tonight for Carolina)?
Yes because Ellis was still on the ice, didn't get off the ice before puck went in, he tried to get back but couldn't get there in time.

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I didn't think it was so much a deflection as it was a deliberate pass to Staal...knowing he'd do something stupid...

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