See the puck. Be the puck.

In fact, I’d say he has a future in coaching ahead of him given his grasp of how to win hockey games:

“I try to give these guys a chance to win. I’ve done that in the first three games. At the end of the day, it’s hard to win games when you don’t score many goals. I try to be perfect but the other guy is a little more perfect than me.”

Luckily for the Devils, Brodeur knows how to literally do it all himself. If they can catch Jonathan Quick out of position, there’s a drop pass play in the book somewhere that allows Marty to nab the goose egg, the game winner and above all else, the glory.

Chris Cuthbert has a flair for the dramatic.

Comments (4)

  1. The first time I read the headline, I swear I thought it said “Brodeur may have future in cooking…”

  2. When you described that drop pass play, I could have sworn you were talking about this:

    Brodeur could pull that off, right?

    • There was a moment after Quick had been pulled where I could see that coming. It would have been amazing.

      If there is someone reading this who DIDN’T want Brodeur to score with the net empty, you’re either a liar or someone who hates fun and probably kittens.

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