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Martin Brodeur | Goalie

Team: New Jersey Devils
Age / DOB:  (41) / 5/6/1972
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 220
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Martin Brodeur reiterated that he's leaning towards playing in 2014-15.
Brodeur is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent this summer. He's willing to test the open market, but he's also open to re-signing with the Devils. Apr 15 - 2:54 PM

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With the possibility of retirement or relocation from the New Jersey Devils in mind, Martin Brodeur earned an emotional win as his team beat the Boston Bruins 3-2 on Sunday.

Brodeur, 41, finishes the 2013-14 season with a 19-14-6 record, .901 save percentage and 2.51 GAA. Now with 688 career wins, Brodeur could very well hit the 700-win mark if he comes back next season, even as a potential backup.
Apr 13 - 6:16 PM

Martin Brodeur will play between the pipes on Sunday.

This is just confirmation of what was already suspected. Brodeur would like to return for the 2013-14 campaign, although it remains to be seen what the market for him will be like. It's also unclear if he will want to play for the Devils knowing that he will be Cory Schneider's understudy. So this might be Brodeur's last game in a Devils' uniform, but that's far from a sure thing.
Apr 13 - 1:37 PM

Look for Martin Brodeur to return to the NHL for another season as he wants 700 career wins.

Brodeur, who may be playing his final game for the New Jersey Devils, is sitting at 687 wins which is well ahead of the retired Patrick Roy who is second with 551 wins. "A little bit. It’s a round number," Brodeur said about winning 700. "You always look at 625, 650, 675. I’m close, so hopefully I’ll have a chance to get it." Brodeur is slated to become an unrestricted free agent and if he chooses to return to New Jersey, he will likely back up Cory Schneider once again.
Apr 13 - 7:55 AM

Martin Brodeur will indeed start New Jersey's regular season finale on Sunday in a matinee affair against Boston.

It may be his last start with the Devils and it could even be the last start of his excellent NHL career. "I'm just going to go out and play like it's another game, but definitely knowing in the back of my mind it might be my last one I'm going to play here—any for a while," said Brodeur. "So, I'll try to enjoy it as much as I can and, I think, for the team too we owe it to the fans, they've been really supportive throughout this season, to go out and make a good last impression." Brodeur hasn't posted very impressive numbers this season, but look for him to go out on a high note.
Apr 12 - 2:49 PM

Coach Pete DeBoer would prefer to have Martin Brodeur start Sunday afternoon's season finale against Boston.

"I'd like Marty to play on Sunday, but I haven't spoken with him about that," DeBoer said. Brodeur made 28 saves in a 3-2 shootout loss to the Islanders on Friday night in his first appearance since Mar. 31. It's possible that Cory Schneider could get the nod depending on how Brodeur feels. Brodeur could be making his final appearance with the Devils before deciding on his future in the summer.
Apr 12 - 11:17 AM

Martin Brodeur made 28 stops but allowed all three Isles to score in the shootout, dropping the Devils' record to 0-13 in the shootout this season as they fell 3-2 to the Isles on Friday.

Head Coach Peter DeBoer has not yet announced whether Brodeur will get the start in the Devils' season finale against Boston on Sunday. If he doesn't, this could have been the legend's final start for New Jersey, as the 41 year old is contemplating his options for next season. Brodeur has gone 18-14-6 this year with a .901 save percentage and 2.52 goals against average.
Apr 11 - 11:34 PM

Martin Brodeur will get the nod on Friday.

This could be Brodeur's last start as a member of the New Jersey Devils. He's previously stated that he would like to play in another campaign though, even if it isn't with New Jersey, so this might not be his final game overall.
Apr 11 - 5:46 PM

Martin Brodeur isn't sure if he'll start again this season for the Devils.

Cory Schneider will start his fifth consecutive game Thursday night. New Jersey hosts the Islanders on Friday and Boston on Sunday to close out the regular season. "I might have played my last game here," he said. "Who knows? I'm not sure what's going to happen over the weekend. We'll see. It's something that we'll have to talk about." There's a chance that he could be back with the team next year, but he understands if they want to roll with Schneider as their No. 1 netminder. "Regardless of if I stay or leave, the Devils are in unbelievable hands with Schneids," he said.
Apr 10 - 3:53 PM

Martin Brodeur allowed three goals on only nine shots in New Jersey's 6-3 win over Florida Monday night.

Brodeur, who was still credited with his 18th win of the season, was pulled after allowing three goals on nine shots midway through the second. Cory Schneider replaced him and stopped all 13 shots he faced. The Devils will play tonight in Buffalo so Schneider will probably continue between the pipes.
Apr 1 - 4:13 AM

Martin Brodeur will be between the pipes for New Jersey on Monday night.

The Devils play in Buffalo on Tuesday night, so Cory Schneider will probably be back in the cage for that contest.
Mar 31 - 4:48 PM

It appears Martin Brodeur will play another season in the NHL.

Brodeur will test the free agent market and appears to be "80 percent sure" he'll play another season in the NHL. Retirement is still a possibility however as is a return to the Devils. "I'm not closing (the door) here at all," Brodeur said. "It will be a decision I'll make after offers are brought to me. It might be July 1st or it might be way after July 1st. It all depends on what is on the table, whether it's in New Jersey or somewhere else. I'm open-minded about it. I'm looking for specific things some teams probably can't give me. And that's understandable at my age. But if I feel I can play and people want me, we'll see." Brodeur is 17-14-5 with 2.49 GAA and a .903 save percentage. He definitely wants to play more next season so the Devils may not be an option.
Mar 31 - 9:06 AM

Martin Brodeur turned in a decent performance, but was saddled with a loss in a 3-2 shootout decision against Phoenix Thursday night.

Brodeur successfully blocked 25 of the 27 shots he faced, but it wasn't enough as a Mikkel Boedker shootout goal was the ultimate difference-maker. The veteran's record falls to 17-14-5 with the defeat while his GAA is 2.49 and his save percentage is .903.
Mar 27 - 10:21 PM

The New Jersey Devils will start Martin Brodeur on Thursday.

Brodeur stopped 25 of 26 shots against the Rangers on Saturday, but still lost his third straight game. The Devils are five points shy of the second Wild Card spot with just 10 contests left to play, so they desperately need these two points.
Mar 26 - 12:41 PM

Martin Brodeur played a strong game Saturday, but ended up on the losing end of a 2-0 score against the Rangers.

Brodeur stopped 25 of 26 Rangers shots, but despite his best efforts, his record falls to 17-14-4 with the defeat. His GAA is now 2.51 while his save percentage is .902. Based on how coach Peter DeBoer has utilized his goaltenders this season, we expect Cory Schneider to be between the pipes for New Jersey's next contest.
Mar 22 - 10:12 PM

Depth Charts

All Positions
PosRoleName
C1Travis Zajac
2Patrik Elias
3Ryan Carter
4Jacob Josefson
LW1Adam Henrique
2Tuomo Ruutu
3Ryane Clowe
4Stephen Gionta
RW1Jaromir Jagr
2Michael Ryder
3Damien Brunner
4Steve Bernier
5Dainius Zubrus
6Mike Sislo
D1Andy Greene
2Marek Zidlicky
3Bryce Salvador
4Mark Fayne
5Anton Volchenkov
6Adam Larsson
7Peter Harrold
8Jonathon Merrill
G1Cory Schneider
2Martin Brodeur