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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.

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.

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: April 2010

In this penultimate post of the series looking at all of Martin Brodeur's allowed goals in the 2009-10 season, the final 6 goals in April are reviewed. Half were soft, but given the context of the month, it may not be easily seen as a sign of faltering.

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: March 2010

In the sixth part of this series, the 32 goals Martin Brodeur allowed in March 2010 is reviewed. How many were soft? How many were the fault of others? Find out all this and more in this month's analysis.

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: February 2010

In the fifth part of a series looking at all of the goals Martin Brodeur allowed in the 2009-10 season, I review the 18 allowed in February 2010. I find that only 2 were soft, and many more were the result of errors by the guys in front of Brodeur.

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: January 2010

In the fourth of a series looking at all of the goals Martin Brodeur gave up in the 2009-10 season, the 33 goals allowed in January 2010 are looked at to see how many were soft goals against, where the goals came in, and other relevant findings.

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: December 2009

In the third of a series looking at all of the goals Martin Brodeur gave up this past season, the 34 goals allowed in December 2009 is looked at more closely. Despite allowing more goals than in any month, this in-depth look shows that Brodeur was better than his numbers indicate.

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: November 2009

This is the second post in a series where every goal Martin Brodeur allowed has been analyzed. This covers the 18 goals allowed in November 2009, where four were found to be soft and several more were not Brodeur's fault for going in.

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: October 2009

Martin Brodeur has given up 168 goals last season, but questions arise as to how he truly performed. This is the first post in a series where every goal Brodeur allowed will be analyzed to learn more how well he did. This post covers October 2009.

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