Brodeur continues to dominate
Martin Brodeur is on his way to breaking Tony Esposito's modern record of 15 shutouts in a season.
The overall lack of scoring combined with New Jersey's stifling defense might even allow Brodeur to push George Hainsworth's NHL-record 22 shutouts. The Canadiens legend set that in 1928-29, when the season was 44 games, forward passes weren't allowed across the blue line and the red line hadn't been introduced.
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