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CONGRATS TO MARTY BRODEUR...NEW SHUTOUT KING #104!

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Congratulations to Brodeur! #104!!!

Brodeur IS GOD!

Best goaltender EVER to play this game...

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I just checked and its not even up on the NHL section of the ESPN website!

It's been more than 20 minutes and neither ESPN.com nor SI.com have anything. Can't let history interfere with Monday Night Football! :puke:

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It will be a sad, sad, day when he announces his retirement. I do not even wanna think about it. I hope we have him for 4 more years!

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HE'S THE REAL KING!!! #30 #1 FOREVER!!!

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The Best There Is... The Best There Was... The Best There Ever Will Be...

:hail::hail::hail::hail::hail::hail::hail::hail::hail:

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ESPN website=NOTHING on Marty

ESPN NHL section=Staal breaking his face tonight...NOT A PEEP on one of the most difficult records in sports to break.

Translation=must be A LOT of Rangers fans who work at ESPN.

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Long time reader, first time poster...I thought this was the night.

I'm so proud to be a Devil, to be from NJ, and to have Brodeur. My uncle, die-hard Ranger fan, just texted me, "Best ever, really, and that comes from a Rangers fan." Best Christmas present there!

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congratulations to martin brodeur. it's been a pleasure watching this guy from game 1. we are all very lucky to have him.

Edited by xxchaznjxx

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:lol: this was only important enough for a sidebar headline on ESPN's front page and hockey page. On the hockey page Scott Burnside chats are still up.

http://sports.espn.go.com/nhl/recap?gameId=291221016

Associated Press

PITTSBURGH -- Martin Brodeur broke the NHL record with his 104th career shutout, and maybe the only surprise was how easily it came against the Stanley Cup champion Pittsburgh Penguins.

Marvelous Marty

Brodeur needed to make only a few difficult saves while breaking Terry Sawchuk's shutout record

Just another easy, gimme 35 save shutout for Marty. :burn:

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From ESPN's latest power rankings:

"If anyone still thinks Martin Brodeur shouldn't be the starter for Team Canada in the Olympics, please stop watching the game."

:cheers:

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