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The 27 New Jersey Devils Games Where Martin Brodeur Gave Up a Soft Goal in 2009-10

In response to a reader's interesting thought in a prior post about Martin Brodeur, I broke down each soft goal by time and the score after the soft goal. I show the Devils are more productive after a soft goal than before it in the 27 games where at least one took place last season.

The New Jersey Devils Record When Martin Brodeur Gave Up a Soft Goal in 2009-10

A reader had a question after the summary of Martin Brodeur's play last season about how the soft goals affected the Devils' record. This post lists not only the record, but in how many soft goals were eventual game winning goals.

When Will Mike Mottau Get Signed by a NHL Team?

While most Devils fans are asking, "Will the NHL approve New Jersey's contract with Ilya Kovalchuk?;" I am asking, "When will Mike Mottau get signed by a NHL team?" This post explains that Mottau can provide quite a bit for not a lot of cash.

The Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur in 2009-10: A Summary

After reviewing each and every goal allowed by Martin Brodeur in 2009-10 season and playoffs, how many were soft and what goals beat him the most? This in-depth summary answers those questions, and raises one for future analysis.

Colin White Compared to His Salaried Peers Part 2: Offensive Advanced Stats

How does Colin White stack up in terms of offensive advanced statistics and adjusted Corsi with other defensemen making about $3 million per year? This analysis shows that the defensive defenseman isn't dead last in those stats.

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