Thursday was a night of shutouts in the NHL. On the West Coast, Jonathan Quick hit his stride with a 19-save blanking of the always ripe-for-shutouts Sabres. Meanwhile, on the east side of things, Justin Peters unexpectedly blanked another team with an absent offense (the Isles), while Martin Brodeur showed he's still got life in his pads with the NHL-record-extending 122nd shutout of his career.
It's been a rough year for Brodeur overall – fitting right in with the past few seasons – but he's been heating up lately, having only allowed two goals in his last three outings. At 41, we keep expecting him to hang up the skates, and he keeps refusing. Is this the last year?
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