Brodeur's frustration boiled over after Patrik Elias beat him during a shooting drill. "I was just venting a little bit," Brodeur said. Although the Devils as a team have plenty of cause to be frustrated, this has been a particularly bad season for Brodeur. He has a terrible 3.08 GAA and .884 save percentage in 25 games. If the season ended today, those would be his worst career numbers with the exception of 1991-92 when he only played in four contests. Brodeur has allowed three or more goals in each of his last five contests and he has a 3.82 GAA in his last eight starts. This is largely uncharted territory for the future Hall of Famer."
Kovie drops the gloves. Marty breaks his stick over a team mate making a goal on him in practice. Zajac dropped the gloves a few weeks ago. Frustrations are running high. At what point does frustration stop and the players just flat out dont give a sh!t?
Edited by Quinn01, 27 December 2010 - 07:52 PM.