Martin Brodeur Within One of All-Time Wins Record
With the Devils 5-2 win last night against the Phoenix Coyotes, Martin Brodeur has moved within one win of Patrick Roy’s all-time record of 551. He could tie the record Saturday in his home town of Montreal, with Roy in attendance.
“Now, there’s something to really get excited about, with the possibility of tying it on Saturday, I’m happy we won and I’ll be very happy to tie it in Montreal.”
“It just adds to the story. You can’t ask for a better script. Everything happens for a reason. I just want to be able to put this all behind me. It feels good to be back playing and to get a chance like this.”
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