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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | January 21, 1996
BOSTON -- New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur started last night's NHL All-Star Game in the East goal, and even though he has a Stanley Cup ring to his credit, the first-time all-star was just a little worried."
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December 22, 2009
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. Brodeur needed to make only a few difficult saves while breaking Terry Sawchuk's shutout record, further strengthening his case to be considered the best goaltender to play the game, and the streaking New Jersey Devils had little trouble beating host Pittsburgh 4-0 on Monday night. "It's great, but I wasn't focusing on it," Brodeur said after making 35 saves.
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By Bob Foltman and Bob Foltman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 30, 2003
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - After the second period of last night's Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals, in which Anaheim managed as many shots on goal as the New Jersey Devils scored, Mighty Ducks center Adam Oates said his team just had to keep playing its game. Considering the way the Ducks' game has gone so far in the series, that could have everyone home by Tuesday, after the Devils complete a four-game sweep for their third NHL title in nine seasons. New Jersey took a commanding 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series with a second consecutive convincing 3-0 win. The series moves to Anaheim for Game 3 tomorrow night.
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By From Sun news services | November 5, 2008
Terps' Toliver named preseason All-American col. basketball Maryland senior point guard Kristi Toliver was named to the Associated Press' preseason All-America team yesterday. Joining her were Oklahoma's Courtney Paris, who became the sixth unanimous choice in the 15-year history of the squad, Louisville's Angel McCoughtry (St. Frances), Connecticut's Maya Moore and Oklahoma State's Andrea Riley. Toliver, the Nancy Lieberman Award winner as the top point guard in Division I last season, averaged 17.1 points and broke the Atlantic Coast Conference's single-season assists record with 275. "Not many people play the game as beautifully as Kristi," Maryland coach Brenda Frese said.
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By SportsTicker | June 8, 1995
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Eric Lindros scored 4:19 into overtime to lift the Philadelphia Flyers to a 3-2 victory over the New Jersey Devils last night in Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals.The Devils still lead the best-of-seven series, two games to one. The road team has yet to lose in the series.Winger Mikael Renberg found a streaking Lindros with a cross-ice pass inside the left circle. Lindros fired a wrist shot that beat New Jersey goaltender Martin Brodeur to his right side.Brodeur allowed his worst goal of the playoffs when he permitted Rod Brind'Amour's soft shot to skip off the top of his right pad and over his right arm and tie the game at 2-2 with 6:03 left in regulation.
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November 10, 2004
On November 7, 2004 FLORENCE E, (nee Smith) age 106, of South Baltimore; loving aunt of Margaret E. Berger and Elaine D. Eble; great aunt of Jo Ann M. Brodeur, Deborah Martin, Joseph C. Eble, Donna Tiller, Michael Eble Sr., Jackie Rutherford and great-great aunt of Dawn Brodeur, Jamie and Justin Martin, Crystal L. Day, Michael Eble Jr., Michelle Tiller, Curtis, Rutherford and Toni Ann Eble; great-great-great-aunt of Trinity and Phoenix Martin. The family will receive friends at the family owned and operated MCCULLY POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME P.A., 130 E. Fort Avenue (South Baltimore)
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January 10, 2006
Martin Brodeur made 22 saves for his 77th career shutout, and Zach Parise, Jamie Langenbrunner and Scott Gomez scored goals in the resurgent New Jersey Devils' 3-0 victory over the visiting Philadelphia Flyers last night. Brodeur, in his 13th season with New Jersey, broke a tie with former Chicago star Tony Esposito for seventh place on the NHL's career shutout list and moved two ahead of Toronto's Ed Belfour for first place among active goalies. Brodeur helped the Devils win their fourth straight game, their longest winning streak of the season.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 4, 1997
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- It's a new spring and Doug Gilmour is again in his familiar spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs. For the fifth time in his playoff career, Gilmour was matched face to face with Wayne Gretzky on Friday night, this time in New Jersey.Gilmour put to practice all the little intricacies he has learned over the years playing against Gretzky. He contributed a great deal in keeping the Great One at bay in Friday night's 2-0 New Jersey victory, in effect becoming one of the standout pieces in a team defense that gave the Devils the quick upper hand in this series.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | October 7, 2001
WASHINGTON - With 4:43 left in the second period of last night's season opener between the Washington Capitals and New Jersey Devils, New Jersey goalie Martin Brodeur sat in his crease, his hands draped over his knees, his stick sitting uselessly across his skates. What could he do? In a matter of seconds, he had stopped a break-away by the Capitals' Jaromir Jagr only to see Jagr get the puck back and feed Adam Oates near the bottom of the right circle. It was from there that Oates had made a wonderful pass - right under Brodeur's stick - to the Caps' attacking offensive defenseman, Sergei Gonchar, for a shot that beat Brodeur cleanly and left him sitting there looking at a three-goal deficit.
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By ROB KASPER | November 23, 2005
Around Thanksgiving, cooks are especially fond of leftovers. Having knocked themselves out to put a gigantic feast on the table Thursday, they are ready to take a day off, or at least perform light kitchen duties on Friday. Side dishes can be reheated. Any remaining pieces of pie can be fought over, but the turkey usually needs some help to perform a second act. Mimi Brodeur is familiar with leftovers. As a home cook and mother of a boy and three girls ranging from 16 to 9 years old, she has occasionally recast yesterday's supper to come up with a quick meal.
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January 10, 2006
Martin Brodeur made 22 saves for his 77th career shutout, and Zach Parise, Jamie Langenbrunner and Scott Gomez scored goals in the resurgent New Jersey Devils' 3-0 victory over the visiting Philadelphia Flyers last night. Brodeur, in his 13th season with New Jersey, broke a tie with former Chicago star Tony Esposito for seventh place on the NHL's career shutout list and moved two ahead of Toronto's Ed Belfour for first place among active goalies. Brodeur helped the Devils win their fourth straight game, their longest winning streak of the season.
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By ROB KASPER | November 23, 2005
Around Thanksgiving, cooks are especially fond of leftovers. Having knocked themselves out to put a gigantic feast on the table Thursday, they are ready to take a day off, or at least perform light kitchen duties on Friday. Side dishes can be reheated. Any remaining pieces of pie can be fought over, but the turkey usually needs some help to perform a second act. Mimi Brodeur is familiar with leftovers. As a home cook and mother of a boy and three girls ranging from 16 to 9 years old, she has occasionally recast yesterday's supper to come up with a quick meal.
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November 10, 2004
On November 7, 2004 FLORENCE E, (nee Smith) age 106, of South Baltimore; loving aunt of Margaret E. Berger and Elaine D. Eble; great aunt of Jo Ann M. Brodeur, Deborah Martin, Joseph C. Eble, Donna Tiller, Michael Eble Sr., Jackie Rutherford and great-great aunt of Dawn Brodeur, Jamie and Justin Martin, Crystal L. Day, Michael Eble Jr., Michelle Tiller, Curtis, Rutherford and Toni Ann Eble; great-great-great-aunt of Trinity and Phoenix Martin. The family will receive friends at the family owned and operated MCCULLY POLYNIAK FUNERAL HOME P.A., 130 E. Fort Avenue (South Baltimore)
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By Bob Foltman and Bob Foltman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 30, 2003
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - After the second period of last night's Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals, in which Anaheim managed as many shots on goal as the New Jersey Devils scored, Mighty Ducks center Adam Oates said his team just had to keep playing its game. Considering the way the Ducks' game has gone so far in the series, that could have everyone home by Tuesday, after the Devils complete a four-game sweep for their third NHL title in nine seasons. New Jersey took a commanding 2-0 lead in the best-of-seven series with a second consecutive convincing 3-0 win. The series moves to Anaheim for Game 3 tomorrow night.
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By THE NEW YORK TIMES | May 25, 2003
NEW YORK - To pump flagging interest for its under-appreciated product, the NHL might have designed an ideal matchup in the Stanley Cup Finals. It would have paired teams representing New York and Los Angeles, two large metropolitan areas with extensive TV audiences. That bracket would have attracted celebrity sizzle, news media buzz, and more snap, crackle and pop from fans than you could shake a hockey stick at. But the Rangers and the Kings did not make the playoffs. The NHL will have to settle for the Bizzaro World version of its ideal Cup Finals.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | October 7, 2001
WASHINGTON - With 4:43 left in the second period of last night's season opener between the Washington Capitals and New Jersey Devils, New Jersey goalie Martin Brodeur sat in his crease, his hands draped over his knees, his stick sitting uselessly across his skates. What could he do? In a matter of seconds, he had stopped a break-away by the Capitals' Jaromir Jagr only to see Jagr get the puck back and feed Adam Oates near the bottom of the right circle. It was from there that Oates had made a wonderful pass - right under Brodeur's stick - to the Caps' attacking offensive defenseman, Sergei Gonchar, for a shot that beat Brodeur cleanly and left him sitting there looking at a three-goal deficit.
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By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Sun Staff Writer | June 26, 1995
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The Stanley Cup has been won by many different kinds of teams through the years, but when the New Jersey Devils captured their first Cup Saturday night by sweeping the Detroit Red Wings, it was special.The Devils, who won, 5-2, in Game 4, triumphed not with stars, but with teamwork.Yes, they were led offensively by Conn Smythe Trophy winner Claude Lemieux, who said with a laugh, "Imagine being the most hated man in hockey and having your name on this trophy." And, yes, they were led defensively by Scott Stevens and bolstered by goaltender Martin Brodeur, whose postseason goals-against average was a measly 1.68.
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By SOUTH FLORIDA SUN-SENTINEL | May 30, 2001
DENVER - Larry Robinson was grilled over the past two days about potential line changes and whether or not it would benefit his New Jersey Devils if he shortened his bench and threw his stars on the ice a little more often. Robinson said he was a true believer in rolling four lines and that in the long run, playing his full lineup would benefit his team most. They'll be no second-guessing now, not when a couple unpredictable defensive-minded heroes emerged for New Jersey during a 2-1 victory over Colorado in Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals last night at the Pepsi Center.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | May 4, 1997
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- It's a new spring and Doug Gilmour is again in his familiar spot in the Stanley Cup playoffs. For the fifth time in his playoff career, Gilmour was matched face to face with Wayne Gretzky on Friday night, this time in New Jersey.Gilmour put to practice all the little intricacies he has learned over the years playing against Gretzky. He contributed a great deal in keeping the Great One at bay in Friday night's 2-0 New Jersey victory, in effect becoming one of the standout pieces in a team defense that gave the Devils the quick upper hand in this series.
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