Is there a record that Martin Brodeur hasn’t broken?
As the New Jersey Devils defeated the Florida Panthers 4-0 in Newark, Brodeur earned his 24th career playoff shut out. That is one more than NHL Hall of Famer Patrick Roy and new league record.
Brodeur already holds records in regular season wins, in which he surpassed Roy for back in 2009. He also is the NHL’s all-time leader in shutouts and games played, along with a slew of other league and franchise records.
While Brodeur may not be the player he used to be, the future Hall of Famer sure showed he still has what it takes. He pushed aside 26 shots in the win and rebounded quite nicely after being pulled from game three on Tuesday after allow three goals.
Brodeur and the Devils play game five against the Panthers on Saturday in Florida.