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Devils G Brodeur says he wants to return
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NEWARK, N.J. (AP) After losing the Stanley Cup Finals to the Colorado Avalanche in 2001, and failing to win consecutive titles, a frustrated and miffed Martin Brodeur refused to talk to the media.
In many ways, Marty is a lot different 11 years later. The ever-present smile is still there ... even after a loss.
Not only did the three-time Cup winning goaltender talk to reporters after the Devils were eliminated from the final round Monday night by the Los Angeles Kings in six games, the 40-year-old said just what Devils' fans wanted to hear after this magical season - he wants another season in New Jersey.
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