Okay, so this photo is wayyyyyy delayed, but I came across it today and just had to share it with the rest of the Internet hockey folk out there for its shere awesomeness in angle and action.
Obviously, as we all know, Martin Brodeur is an all-star in the NHL for the New Jersey Devils, but he was nothing short of awful for Team Canada at this past 2010 Winter Olympics. He let in a ton of goals and was hardly reliable. For that, he got a goal medal.
When he did play great, though, was at the 2006 Olympic Games in Torino. There, he let in only eight goals across 240 minutes of play. Despite his heroic efforts, it was this photo from (I believe) the elimination game against Team Russia, which the Canadians lost 2-0, that stands out for some. It's taken from the unique goal cam angle and shows Marty's face in sheer panic mode. Save it and post it as your desktop wallpaper if you're not a fan of Brodeur (Rangers/Flyers fans).
Otherwise - enjoy!