Joe Pasquali and Eddie Theisen are two die-hard NHL fans. They both watch every hockey game, every night (almost).
The guys talk about teams who are fighting for playoff position and wonder how the New Jersey Devils are this bad when they’re loaded with talent.
I’ve been holding my breath during the final stretch of the season. I’m a Columbus Blue Jackets fan and they’ve been flirting with the #8 seed in the Western Conference. Will they make it? Probably not, but it’s nice to watch an “almost” playoff team (I’m a Chicago Cubs fan).
New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur is one of the best goalies to ever play in the NHL. He has recorded 120 shutouts in the regular season. He did something tonight against the Carolina Hurricanes that is more rare than a no-hitter in baseball.
Martin Brodeur was credited with a goal. He is now the all-time leader in goals by a goalie. Tonight’s goal was his third in his career.
Only ten goalies have been credited with a goal since 1979. Broduer passed legendary goalie Ron Hextall who is the only other goalie with at least two career goals.