Martin Brodeur Is Angry Over Alec Martinez's Game 3 Goal

I'm not certified as a lip reader or anything (do they have lip-reading certifications anyway?) but I'm pretty sure this is what Martin Brodeur yelled at referee Dan O'Halloran after Alec Martinez's goal in Game 3. The Kings got four whacks at the puck in the crease while it appeared as though the puck was under Brodeur's leg.

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"Bullshit. Hey, you can't make that call. ... Enough. Fuck. It was right under my pad. He was fuckin' whacking at it."

Again, not much of a lip reader, but you get the point either way. Marty wasn't happy, and he very well could have a solid case. Unfortunately for the Devils, it's all ancient history now. That goal isn't coming off the scoreboard.

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