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Cory's Better: Schneider 13-14 G.A. Review Summary

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After the month-by-month review of all 88 goals Cory Schneider allowed in 2013-14, this post summarizes all the findings from how many soft goals there were, where he was beaten the most, and which...

Reviewed: Martin Brodeur's 24 GAs in April '13

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After a long absence, the review of all of the goals allowed by Martin Brodeur concludes with a look at the 24 allowed in April.

Reviewing Martin Brodeur's 11 GAs in March

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Martin Brodeur returned to the ice on March 21 after being sidelined for several weeks with an injury. He appeared in five games, allowed eleven goals, and we review those goals to get a better...

Reviewing Hedberg's 7 GAs in Jan. & April 2013

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With Johan Hedberg finishing the 2013 season with very poor numbers, now is the time to start reviewing the goals he allowed in attempt to dig deeper into what drove his stats down. This post deals...

Comparing the Soft Goals Martin Brodeur Allowed in the Last Three Seasons

After reviewing all of the goals allowed Martin Brodeur allowed in 2011-12, I compare the amount and percentage of soft goals allowed by Brodeur between the last three seasons and find that 2011-12...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: 2011-12 Summary

Martin Brodeur allowed 188 goals in 83 games with the New Jersey Devils in the 2011-12 regular season and playoffs. In this post, I summarize my review of each goal, totaling how many were soft,...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: June 2012

In the final month of the 2011-12 season review of all of the goals allowed by Martin Brodeur, I look at the 13 allowed in the Stanley Cup Finals in June. Surprisingly, he only gave up one soft...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: May 2012

Martin Brodeur had his finest month of the 2011-12 campaign in May in the playoffs with his best monthly save percentage. However, he wasn't perfect and I point out where he wasn't in this review...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: April 2012

Martin Brodeur rose to the occasion in the 2012 Stanley Cup Playoffs and his numbers for all of April were good. In reviewing the 21 goals he allowed in April, I find and explain that Brodeur could...

Reviewing the Goals Allowed by Martin Brodeur: March 2012

Martin Brodeur had a statistically good looking March 2012 performance even though he got shelled for half the month. In this post, I review all 31 goals allowed to see what happened, which ones...

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