[Interior of Prudential Center. Lou Lamoriello, Pete DeBoer and Cory Schneider sit in the front of the Devils' locker room. Schneider sits slumped over, and it's clear he's been crying.]
[DeBoer pats Schneider on the back.]
[There's a knock at the door. Lamoriello goes over and opens it.]
[The team files in and sits down.]
Lamoriello: "Gentlemen, it's come to my attention that we have a bit of a team unity problem. It's become obvious that there's what seems like a concerted effort on this team to keep Cory from becoming our number one. Whenever he's in net, to be honest, you guys are pretty terrible."
[Martin Brodeur bursts into the locker room wearing a "MARTY 4 LYFE" shirt, jamming out to Weezer's "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived."]
[He sees everyone sitting around. He pulls out his earbuds.]
[under his breath] "This team is too old."
DeBoer: "The conspiracy to tank while Cory plays so YOU could get the starting job back. All those 'Ohhhhh, poor meeee, Cory is the starter now, I guess I give up, everyone!' comments were just to distract us all from your plan."
Lamoriello: "Marty, you're the most successful goalie in NHL history. Don't you think you could share just a little bit this season? And could you tell the boys to actually, you know, play when Cory is in net?"
[angry whisper] "When I found out which one of you ratted, I'm going to--"
[Door opens again.]