Brodeur, Devils look to bounce back vs. Flames

Calgary (39-21-6) at New Jersey (42-20-3), 7:00 p.m. EDT

NEWARK, New Jersey (Ticker) — Martin Brodeur and the New Jersey
Devils look to bounce back from one of their worst performances
of the season when they host the Calgary Flames on Tuesday.

A four-time Vezina Trophy winner, Brodeur is three wins from
tying Hall of Fame netminder Patrick Roy’s all-time record of
551. The 36-year-old Brodeur also needs three shutouts to pull
even with Terry Sawchuk’s all-time mark of 103.

Brodeur’s record chase was put on hold during Saturday’s 7-3
drubbing at the hands of the lowly New York Islanders. He
surrendered six goals before being pulled at the end of the
second period for Kevin Weekes.

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The Devils had won four in a row and nine of 11 before suffering
their worst defensive outing of the campaign.

Calgary, which is in third place in the crowded Western
Conference, has dropped two in a row – including Sunday’s 5-2
setback to the Atlanta Thrashers. The Flames have been
outscored, 11-3, in their last two contests.