Devils' Brodeur hopes to make life miserable for Kings

The Canadian Press
6/8/2012 1:28:50 PM
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NEWARK, N.Y. -- Goalie Martin Brodeur says the Devils are still in a big hole but are happy to have another game.

New Jersey trails 3-1 in the Stanley Cup final with Game 5 set for Saturday at the Prudential Center.

Brodeur knows the Devils face a tough task.

He says the Kings "won't give up." They're one win away of having their dream come true."

He adds the Devils just have to play hard and make the Kings' life as difficult as they can.

Hockey gave way to Brazilian singer-songwriter Roberto Carlos at the Prudential Center on Friday for the latest stop of his "Un Millon de Amigos"' Tour.

Martin Brodeur (Photo: Harry How/Getty Images)


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