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Brodeur Good, Needed to Be Great

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Martin Brodeur tried planting his stick on the ice to stop Jeff Carter’s shot from the high slot, but Brodeur made his move a split-second too late. The Los Angeles Kings then swarmed Carter to celebrate as Brodeur skated off the ice, another good night undone.

For the second straight game in the Stanley Cup finals, the Devils lost in overtime to the Kings, 2-1, and for the second straight game the loss could not be pinned on Brodeur. He stopped 30 of 31 shots, some with panache, before Carter scored at 13 minutes 42 seconds.

The Devils now...

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