Thursday, December 24, 2009

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All hail Martin Brodeur: NHL MVP of the decade

I've said this before but as BayWatch continues going nowhere, let's consider that one of the greatest athletes in history has played within a frisbee's throw of midtown and nobody cares.

Most wins, most shutouts, three cups.   You do that on 33rd street and you're a folk-hero.


Martin Brodeur is the MVP of the decade



Throughout the week, NHL.com is presenting a look at the best players, top teams, biggest moments and greatest achievements during the first decade of the new century. The selections were made by a panel of NHL.com writers and other hockey experts. Today, we look at the MVP of the decade.

Martin Brodeur already was among the NHL's goaltending elite at the start of this decade. Ten years later, the New Jersey Devils' netminder is alone at the top.


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3 Responses to "All hail Martin Brodeur: NHL MVP of the decade"
media goon said :
December 24, 2009 at 9:36 AM
Since the lockout of 94 no one cares about hockey any more. even more so nobody cares about hockey in NJ. When was the last time you heard someone ask if you saw the last game?
December 24, 2009 at 9:50 AM
i completely agree. That was actually worse than when they sat out an entire season. They had NYC feverish for hockey, a new deal with Fox who was taking the sport very seriously, and they blew it. Messier splitting town to wear a fish on his jersey didn't help.
DyHrdMET said :
December 24, 2009 at 7:47 PM
Marty is God, and the Devils are a team worth rooting for (not like our Mets). The Mets could learn quite a few lessons from the Devils, and I don't see any Mets making the NHL's team of the decade.

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