Brodeur notches 101st career shutout as Devils blank Wild

NEWARK, New Jersey (AP) — Martin Brodeur is closing in on
another record.

In his first appearance since breaking the NHL victory record,
Brodeur made 35 saves in the New Jersey Devils’ 4-0 win over the
Minnesota Wild on Friday night for his 101st shutout, just two
behind Terry Sawchuk’s mark.

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Patrik Elias scored twice, giving him 30 for the season, and
Brian Gionta and Johnny Oduya added goals to help the Devils
extend their team-record home winning streak to 11.