Kukla's Korner Hockey
by Paul on 05/08/06 at 08:15 AM ET
Brodeur gave up six goals Saturday, tying his personal high for a playoff game, but was the victim of a number of odd bounces, including one where he admittedly took his eye off the puck and had it bounce off his stick and between his legs for Carolina's second goal. "At this point, there's no difference between losing 6-0 or 2-1 in overtime," Brodeur said. "It's one game, nothing more. We lost and we're down 1-0. We've been in tougher situations a lot in the past." Laviolette deflected questions about whether the Canes were intruding on Brodeur's crease -- "If we were, we definitely got tackled into it," he said -- or were deliberately trying to put the puck into his skates from odd angles, instead pointing out the save Brodeur made on Chad LaRose as an example of how hard it is to beat him. "The puck goes off your defenseman's stick in between your legs, is that Marty Brodeur having a bad night? I don't think so," Laviolette said. "... I'm sure he can't wait to get back in the pipes and have a great night."
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