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by Paul on 04/08/09 at 09:53 AM ET
from Tom Gulitti of Fire & Ice,
There was plenty of blame to go around in the Devils’ 4-1 loss to the last-place Toronto Maple Leafs tonight at Prudential Center….
When I asked Sutter after tonight’s game if he was concerned about the way Brodeur has played lately, he replied, “Just to get back to the question I get asked about whether I think about rotating goalies: Now you can see why I’m not thinking about doing it.
“There’s still things that Marty needs to work on to get himself ready (for the playoffs).”
In other words, Brodeur will start the team’s final two regular season games.
Brodeur didn’t excuse himself from blame.
“Not good enough to win a hockey game,” Brodeur said in evaluating his own play. “That’s the bottom line. When you face a goalie is playing so well and the way he played today, you just want to make sure you keep your team in the game and definitely giving them a three-goal lead, regardless of how it happens, it’s something you have to try to avoid.”
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