Thursday, March 21, 2013

Martin Brodeur Scores Third Goal of Career...Without Shooting?

Hey, Marty.

New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur is no stranger to the score sheet and on Thursday night, he netted the third goal of his career.  While playing the Carolina Hurricanes, he brushed aside a shot attempt while there was a delayed penalty on the Devils. 

It was ruled he did not have possession of the puck, so when forward Jordan Staal made a quick pass back to the blue line that just so happened to bounce of the boards and back into his own goal, the last person to touch it received credit.  You love to see it.  Karma is coming slowly to the Canes for leaving Hartford, and hopefully it never ends.

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