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Brodeur's No. 1

Martin Brodeur, already considered by many the best goaltender ever, is undoubtedly the goalie with the most wins ever. He passed Patrick Roy on Tuesday night in New Jersey's 3-2 win over Chicago.

Coverage at and elsewhere is extensive.

""This is one of those really special moments that doesn't come along often," said NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman, who was in attendance. "Maybe once in a lifetime, maybe once in two lifetimes.

"We witnessed some history here tonight, and the fans recognized that. This building was on edge, emotionally excited throughout."

Here are some links:

*Game story

*News of an upcoming NHL Network special on Brodeur

*Brodeur's postgame news conference

*Brodeur by the numbers

*Words from North Jersey

---John Vogl

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