Martin Brodeur

Flyers Greatest Moments: Ron Hextall Scores a Goal
On Dec. 8, 1987, Ron Hextall was in the middle of his second season in the NHL and the opportunity presented itself in a game against the Boston Bruins at the Spectrum. To that point, no goaltender had actually fired a shot on an empty net and scored a goal.
Series in Review: Flyers-Devils 2000
In the end, the Flyers 2000 Eastern Conference Final appearance against the Devils marked the turning of a page and end of an era and another crushing defeat in the Flyers pursuit to end a Stanley Cup drought that has spanned another 20 years since this series.
Flyers-Blue Jackets: Postgame Review
If the Flyers did everything they could to eliminate chances in front of Carter Hart in the first two games of his career, they didn't do him any favors in his third game. Hart was left in difficult position, needing to recover from the shortcomings the Flyers had early in the season, in a 4-3 …
One The Ice with Isaac
VOORHEES – Like many youngsters between the pipes, Steve Mason grew up idolizing New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur.
There were never any goalie carousels with Brodeur, a future Hall of Famer. He was “a real strong force back there” and was always the backb…
Flyers Shutout in Loss to Devils
PHILADELPHIA -- Martin Brodeur has blanked all types of Flyers teams over two decades.
He never had a shutout against one this bad.
Brodeur was flawless in his 12th career shutout against Philadelphia, and Adam Henriqueand Cam Janssen each scored goals to lead the New Jer…