May 30, 2012, 10:50 PM EDT
Martin Brodeur has won the Stanley Cup three times and is going for his fourth. It’s safe to say that the vast majority of his career as an NHL goaltender is in the rear view mirror, but more and more it looks like this postseason run won’t mark the end of his playing days.
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One thing to keep in mind as we get deeper into this series is that the one trophy that has alluded Brodeur despite his past success in the playoffs is the Conn Smythe Trophy. There are plenty of worthy candidates on the Kings and the Devils, but if Brodeur shines in the finals, then this could finally be the year he gets it.
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