Martin Brodeur is still waiting for an NHL offer he likes to come around, but it's also possible that he will announce his retirement.
Martin Brodeur indicated he would be happy being Carey Price's backup in Montreal if the Habs made him an offer.
Martin Brodeur wants to play for a team that "has a real chance to win the Stanley Cup."
New Jersey GM Lou Lamoriello expects Martin Brodeur to wait until the start of training camps to make a final decision on his playing career.
Although Martin Brodeur hasn't signed yet, it's still very unlikely that he would return to New Jersey as a player.
Martin Brodeur is "still looking for the right fit" as the free agent market dies down.
Although Martin Brodeur is no longer under contract with New Jersey, it's clear that he still has a strong relationship with the Devils.
Free agent goaltender Martin Brodeur isn't ruling out the idea of signing a new contract during next season's regular schedule.
As he hunts for a new employer on the free-agent market, Martin Brodeur "might be the victim of his own formidable shadow, which he would cast on a team’s No. 1 goaltender, even as the most willing and conscientious of backups."
Martin Brodeur isn't in a rush to find a team to sign with.
Martin Brodeur’s priority is to win another Stanley Cup, though his role also will be important to him in where he decides to play next year, according to TVA’s Louis Jean.
The Toronto Maple Leafs are believed to have some interest in Martin Brodeur.
Martin Brodeur excited about the prospect of playing for a new team.
Martin Brodeur says he isn't likely to sign with his hometown Montreal Canadiens when he becomes a free agent this summer.