Canadiens’ Bryan Smolinski celebrates his first goal of the night in front of New Jersey’s John Madden.
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Why not? It's only 2008.
Trailing 3-1 against Martin Brodeur in New Jersey, the Canadiens outshoot the Devils20-3 and get third period goals from Bryan Smolinski (his second
No Scott Gomez? No Brian Rafalski? No problem. Forwards and defencemen come and they go. New rinks are built. But as long as Martin Brodeur is wearing a New Jersey Devils jersey,
Three down, one to go: New Jersey Devils' Brian Gionta watches Zach Parisé's third goal of the game enter the Canadiens net.
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That's his eighth in 51 career starts against the Canadiens.
Brodeur kept New Jeresy in the game through an early onslaught that included three Canadiens power plays. Then Zach