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GDT: Colorado @ New Jersey - 3/15/2012

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i felt terrible for him that day when lost in the stanley cup final. he was all teary-eyed and bettman with his big smile handed him the con smythe trophy

Me too but lol. Bettman is such a cheeseball

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nice move kovy give a kid fan his stick

Does it every game. Usually gets a nonused stick off the rack but I think tonight he actually gave the kid his used stick. Classy none the less even though it doesnt cost much on his end.

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WTG!! Nice win. lets recoup here and get the W against those pens on saturday.

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That game is a great example of how a low scoring game can be exciting! I am thrilled the Devils pulled that one out in the shoot out. Please tell me I wasn't the only one who thought that the dude striking poses during Kovalchuk's interview with Deb was funny as hell!

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Well, 6 periods+ without a goal, but 2 points is 2 points. I'll take it.

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I love #30, but Kovy is a much more entertaining interview.

Zharkov was the best :cheers:

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Well, 6 periods+ without a goal, but 2 points is 2 points. I'll take it.

yuuuuuuuuuuup

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Zharkov was the best :cheers:

lou's type of player

ohh but you wont be there this year zharky ;)

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We only need 5 more victories to clinch with 11 games remaining.

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6-2-1 in what many were projecting to be a tough month (me included). Hard to believe that 9 of the 17 games scheduled for the month have already been played.

I was hoping for 20 points for the month...they only need seven more over the next eight games to reach that. Not bad at all.

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In one of the wildest things ever, Marty Brodeur's GAA is now better than Tim Thomas' (currently 2.36 to 2.40). That seemed pretty much impossible two months ago when Brodeur was close to 3 and Thomas was at 1.7. Shows how well Brodeur has played and how poorly Thomas has been.

Brodeur's GAA is now better than Pekka Rinne's too.

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THIS IS WHY YOU DON'T GIVE UP ON ZACH DEVSMAN84!

Huge two points...and another shutout for Marty to boot!

Lol right after he scored I knew this post was coming

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In one of the wildest things ever, Marty Brodeur's GAA is now better than Tim Thomas' (currently 2.36 to 2.40). That seemed pretty much impossible two months ago when Brodeur was close to 3 and Thomas was at 1.7. Shows how well Brodeur has played and how poorly Thomas has been.

Brodeur's GAA is now better than Pekka Rinne's too.

His save% is also up to .908...he has a shot to reach his career .913 mark...I remember when it was .883 on the season. I'm so happy for him, in that he's finishing up so strongly. I never wanted to see him leaving the game in embarrassment...he'll probably finish the season with 30-33 wins. Considering where he and the Devils were after the first third of the season or so, that's beyond terrific.

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Why is MB30 starting tonight?

Damnit...why did start..../sarcasm

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Very lucky win. Two games without a goal is not good. Remember there are NO shootouts in the Stanley Cup playoffs. I guess there is not need to worry though as all teams go through scoring droughts.

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In one of the wildest things ever, Marty Brodeur's GAA is now better than Tim Thomas' (currently 2.36 to 2.40). That seemed pretty much impossible two months ago when Brodeur was close to 3 and Thomas was at 1.7. Shows how well Brodeur has played and how poorly Thomas has been.

Brodeur's GAA is now better than Pekka Rinne's too.

That...is a crazy statistic. Wow. Good for Marty

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Lol right after he scored I knew this post was coming

When a guy's had success in the shootout, you can't bail on him after a few NGs...Zach's simply been too good in them in the past. He's now 7-for-14 this season (50%) and 28-for-61 lifetime (45.9%).

And the Devils' freakish prowess in this thing continues..they're now 42.1% lifetime shooters in shootouts. The next closest franchise is Colorado, at 37.8%. It really is scary how much better the Devils continue to be in these than everyone else. They're now 53-28 in them all-time.

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When a guy's had success in the shootout, you can't bail on him after a few NGs...Zach's simply been too good in them in the past. He's now 7-for-14 this season (50%) and 28-for-61 lifetime (45.9%).

And the Devils' freakish prowess in this thing continues..they're now 42.1% lifetime shooters in shootouts. The next closest franchise is Colorado, at 37.8%. It really is scary how much better the Devils continue to be in these than everyone else. They're now 53-28 in them all-time.

I still don't get how that it but I am not complaining. Too bad the shootouts end in the playoffs.

I am glad I was wrong about parise though lol

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In one of the wildest things ever, Marty Brodeur's GAA is now better than Tim Thomas' (currently 2.36 to 2.40). That seemed pretty much impossible two months ago when Brodeur was close to 3 and Thomas was at 1.7. Shows how well Brodeur has played and how poorly Thomas has been.

Brodeur's GAA is now better than Pekka Rinne's too.

Bruins are 12-16-1 in their last 29 GP...I knew they'd been struggling, but that is BAD. And that's not a small sample either.

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from snakebit to shoot out...as good as the shoot out is they play like their hair is on fire in regulation, miss passes missed shots, just awkward turnovers in general.

anyone see kovy troll face right before his shoot out attempt?

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Larsson had a better game tonight but boy does he still look lost out there many times.. I know he is a young rookie and all but he was not like this before his injury.

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