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This Date in NHL History: Brodeur's first shutout

by John Kreiser / NHL.com

THIS DATE IN HISTORY: Oct. 20

1993: Rookie goaltender Martin Brodeur of the New Jersey Devils gets his first NHL shutout in a 4-0 victory against the visiting Mighty Ducks of Anaheim.

Brodeur makes 17 saves, and the Devils blow the game open with third-period goals by Alexander Semak, Randy McKay and Claude Lemieux. It's the first of three shutouts in 1993-94 for Brodeur, who finishes his NHL career with a League-record 125, all but one of them with the Devils.

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