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Martin Brodeur GA Review: 2010-11

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In concluding the review of all 127 goals allowed by Martin Brodeur, I summarize all of the soft goals, skater errors, and goal locations; and I use that to come to several conclusions on how...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: April 2011

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In the final monthly installment of reviewing the goals allowed by Martin Brodeur in 2010-11, I look at the 10 allowed in the short month of April, determine which ones were soft, and which ones...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: March 2011

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In the second-to-last monthly installment of reviewing the goals allowed by Martin Brodeur in 2010-11, I look at the 24 goals allowed in March. I find only a few were soft, note who made an error...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: February 2011

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In this fifth installment in reviewing all of the goals allowed by Martin Brodeur in the 2010-11, I look at the very short month of February. There were only four goals, I reviewed them and found...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: January 2011

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In the fourth installment of reviewing every goal Martin Brodeur allowed in 2010-11, I look at the 18 allowed in January. In this post, I describe each goal, provide a link to a video of each one,...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: December 2010

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In the third installment of reviewing all of the goals allowed by Martin Brodeur in 2010-11; I review all 29 goals against Brodeur in December. A surprising small amount of them were soft goals, as...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: November 2010

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In continuing the review of all the goals Martin Brodeur allowed in 2010-11, I take a look at the 11 goals against Brodeur in November. How many were soft, who made a mistake, and what type of...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: October 2010

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Once again, it's time to review all 127 goals allowed by Martin Brodeur in the 2010-11 season to see how many were his fault and how many were not. This post focuses on the 31 goals allowed in...

Did Fighting Really Benefit the New Jersey Devils in 2010-11?

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I take a look at what happened with the scoring in a period where a New Jersey Devil fought in a game. I find that it doesn't provide much of a benefit - even if it is coincidental.

The Hope for 2011-12 New Jersey Devils: Improved Shooting Percentage

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The New Jersey Devils didn't make a lot of changes to their roster, but I don't think it's safe to assume the Devils will repeat the same results of 2010-11 with mostly the same team. My reasoning...

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