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June 12, 2012, 12:29 AM
MARTIN BRODEUR RECORDS

NHL Regular Season Records

01. Most Career Games Played - Martin Brodeur (1,191)
02. Most Career Minutes Played - Martin Brodeur (70,028)
03. Most Career Games Won - Martin Brodeur (656)
04. Most Career Shutouts - Martin Brodeur (119)
05. Most Career Saves - Martin Brodeur (29,915)

NHL Playoff Records

01. Most Career Games Played - Patrick Roy (247); Martin Brodeur (205)
02. Most Career Minutes Played - Patrick Roy (15,209); Martin Brodeur (12,717)
03. Most Career Games Won - Patrick Roy (151); Martin Brodeur (113)
04. Most Career Shutouts - Martin Brodeur (24)
05. Most Career Saves - Patrick Roy (7,149); Martin Brodeur (5,258)
June 12, 2012  07:18 AM ET

MARTIN BRODEUR RECORDS

NHL Regular Season Records

01. Most Career Games Played - Martin Brodeur (1,191)
02. Most Career Minutes Played - Martin Brodeur (70,028)
03. Most Career Games Won - Martin Brodeur (656)
04. Most Career Shutouts - Martin Brodeur (119)
05. Most Career Saves - Martin Brodeur (29,915)

NHL Playoff Records

01. Most Career Games Played -
Patrick Roy (247); Martin Brodeur (205)

02. Most Career Minutes Played -
Patrick Roy (15,209); Martin Brodeur (12,717)

03. Most Career Games Won -
Patrick Roy (151); Martin Brodeur (113)

04. Most Career Shutouts - Martin Brodeur (24)

05. Most Career Saves -
Patrick Roy (7,149); Martin Brodeur (5,258)

June 12, 2012  10:42 AM ET

Retire immediately Marty- last night you took a major hit to your legacy.

June 12, 2012  01:16 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

Retire immediately Marty- last night you took a major hit to your legacy.

Huh??? This guy was one of the biggest reasons that they did win 2 games. Marty Brodeur has nothing to be ashamed of, and played a great series.

The Kings would have won with the goalies reversed. Nothing against Quick, who deservedly got the C. Smythe Trophy, and who was stellar.

N.J lost because they couldn't score enough on this team, and Parise, and Kovie did little or nothing for the majority of the series.

Congrats to Garden River's Jordan Nolan!!!! I bet Ted is soooo proud!!! Bring the Cup home!!!

June 12, 2012  01:17 PM ET

BTW Marty would have had to post 3 shutouts in a row to win the first 3 games......highly unlikely....even for the shutout King!

June 13, 2012  08:02 AM ET

Brodeur has already stated that he is returning next year. Next season he will get his 30,000th save and 700th win in the regular season.

Brodeur needs to play 43 more games in the playoffs to surpass Patrick Roy. He can do it in 2 seasons if he plays all for rounds of 7 games. 4 x 7 = 28 games x 2 years = 56 games.

Brodeur needs to play 2493 more minutes in the playoffs to surpass Patrick Roy.

Brodeur needs 39 more playoff wins to surpass Patrick Roy.

Brodeur needs 1892 more saves in the playoffs to surpass Patrick Roy.

June 13, 2012  08:07 AM ET

Brodeur has to keep playing until he breaks all of Patrick Roy's playoff records!

June 13, 2012  12:56 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Brodeur has to keep playing until he breaks all of Patrick Roy's playoff records!

Why?

June 13, 2012  01:31 PM ET
QUOTE(#6):

Brodeur has to keep playing until he breaks all of Patrick Roy's playoff records!

He is only 3 playoff losses from breaking Roy's record.

 
June 13, 2012  10:21 PM ET
QUOTE(#7):

Why?

So he can become the number one NHL goaltender of all time for both the regular season and the playoffs. He' already number one in the regular season. His records will never be broken.

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