Goalkeeper Martin Brodeur became, eight years ago, the exclusive holder of the greatest number of shutouts in the series of the national hockey League (NHL) career.
Evolving at this time with the New Jersey Devils, the Quebec conducted its 24th stroke of the brush playoffs on April 19, 2012. He was pushed out of 26 shots in a win 4 to 0 against the Hurricanes in Carolina in the fourth duel of the series for the first round of the Association of the Is. At the same time, Brodeur has distanced Patrick Roy (with whom he shared the previous mark.
The game white the number 30 was the last of his career in the playoffs of the NHL. This year, the Devils have reached the Stanley cup final, losing in six parts in front of the Los Angeles Kings at the tower ultimate. Those who have played for the last time in the circuit Bettman with the Blues of St. Louis in 2014-2015 no longer has a part to play in the playoffs after the spring of 2012.
Behind Brodeur and Roy, Curtis Joseph ranks third in the history with 16 shutouts in the series, one more than Marc-Andre Fleury and Chris Osgood.