Thursday, December 17, 2009

New Jersey 2 Montreal 1

Devils' Bryce Salvador powers around the Canadiens' net with Habs' Matt D'Agostini in pursuit in Newark, N.J., Wednesday night. Photograph by: Jim McIsaac, Getty Images

No Shutout But Brodeur Beats Habs -- Montreal Gazette

Devils' goalie ties Roy's mark for most NHL games.

NEWARK, N.J. – Martin Brodeur reached one National Hockey League milestone and missed out on another Wednesday night.

But the New Jersey Devils’ veteran goaltender wasn’t too upset over not earning a record 104th NHL shutout because he and his teammates emerged as 2-1 winners over Carey Price and the Canadiens in a dull contest that deserved the announced attendance of 12,178.

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More News On Last night's Hockey Game

Brodeur ties Roy record in win over Habs -- CBC
Brodeur ties Roy's record as Devils edge Habs 2-1 -- CTV
Brodeur ties record for most games played by goaltender -- Reuters
Brodeur matches NHL mark in Devilish 2-1 win -- AFP
Brodeur reaches another milestone in Devils' win -- AP

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