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Calgary Flames goalie Curtis Joseph reaches for the puck during second period NHL Western Conference quarter-final hockey action in Calgary, Sunday, April 13, 2008. The Flames beat the Sharks 4-3 to take the lead in the best of seven series 2-1.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Jeff McIntosh


NHL teams with which recently retired goaltender Curtis Joseph won at least one playoff game, a league-first.


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Of his 107 career shutouts, the number posted by New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, right, at New York's Madison Square Garden. Brodeur earned that first shutout on the same night his Rangers counterpart, Henrik Lundqvist, earned career shutout No.22 - a game that finished 1-0 in favour of New Jersey, thanks to a goal by Patrik Elias in the fourth round of a shootout.


Through last Wednesday, games without a goal by Pittsburgh Penguins forward Evgeni Malkin, last year's NHL scoring leader and playoff most valuable player.

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