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Martin Brodeur | Goalie

Team: St Louis Blues
Age / DOB:  (42) / 5/6/1972
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 220
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Martin Brodeur received continual ovations in the New Jersey Devils alumni game Saturday which celebrated the 20th anniversary of their 1995 Stanley Cup win.
Brodeur actually played forward for the first two periods while former defenseman Bruce Driver played between the pipes. Chants of 'Marty! Marty!' were heard throughout the game. Brodeur donned the pads for the third stanza as the fans were treated to seeing their heroes in a 10-6 game. Mar 8 - 8:47 AM

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Martin Brodeur will be in the net Saturday for the New Jersey Devils.

Wait! Before you get all excited, the Devils are reuniting the 1995 Stanley Cup champion team and they will play an alumni game which will include Scott Stevens and Scott Niedermayer. It will be Brodeur's first public appearance with the Devils since he left as a free agent eight months ago. "I don’t have much expectations," Brodeur said. "I’m not there for me. I’m there for the team of 1995. So, but I’m sure the fans will react the way they’re going to react. New Jersey is home for me regardless of what happens in the next few years. It will be nice to be back." We are pretty sure the ovation will be standing and great.
Mar 7 - 8:03 AM

Martin Brodeur has been placed on unconditional waivers.

Brodeur has already announced the end of his playing career, this is just a paper move so the Blues can terminate his contract. Brodeur will continue to work with St. Louis as a member of the front office.
Feb 10 - 12:47 PM

Martin Brodeur will take part in a New Jersey Devils Alumni Game on March 7.

The event, which is celebrating the 20th anniversary of the Devils' 1995 Stanley Cup championship, will also feature Scott Stevens and Claude Lemieux. Brodeur signed a one-year deal with the St. Louis Blues, but he decided to retire on Jan. 29 and take a spot in the Blues' front office.
Feb 5 - 9:47 AM

Martin Brodeur officially called it a career on Thursday.

He announced his retirement in a press conference at Scottrade Center in St. Louis. Brodeur was named a senior advisor to Blues GM Doug Armstrong for the rest of this season and he's excited about the change. "This is a great day for me," Brodeur said. "I'm excited to start a new chapter in my hockey career. It's something I've been thinking about." He won't have any trouble getting into the Hall of Fame after he set NHL goaltending records in games (1,266), wins (691), shutouts (125), consecutive 20-win seasons (12), consecutive 30-win seasons (12), and consecutive 40-win seasons (three).
Jan 29 - 1:16 PM

Although Martin Brodeur will be joining the Blues' front office, it might only be a temporary situation.

Devils GM Lou Lamoriello revealed that he's been in constant contact with Brodeur and Blues GM Doug Armstrong. Brodeur made the decision to retire, but continue to help the Blues team he signed with in another capacity. However, Lamoriello believes that Brodeur will eventually assume a front office role with the Devils instead.
Jan 27 - 1:56 PM

Martin Brodeur will announce the end of his playing career, but he'll reportedly stick with the Blues as an assistant general manager.

Brodeur will stick with the franchise in a front office capacity. He'll finish with a 2.24 GAA, .912 save percentage, and an NHL-high 691 wins in 1,266 games. He won the Stanley Cup three times and claimed the Vezina Trophy on four occasions. He's as safe a bet to be inducted into the Hall of Fame as you get and he'll be routinely brought up during arguments when discussing the greatest goaltenders of all-time. The vast majority of his playing career was with the New Jersey Devils, but after it became apparent that they had moved on to goaltender Cory Schneider, Brodeur attempted to extend his career elsewhere and eventually signed with St. Louis. Although his time playing with the Blues was brief, they have to be happy that they'll get his wealth of experience as an assistant general manager.
Jan 27 - 1:28 PM

Martin Brodeur has been granted a one-week leave of absence from the St. Louis Blues.

Once he rejoins the team, his future with the organization will be addressed. In seven games for the Blues, Brodeur has earned a 3-3-0 record to go with a 2.87 goals-against average, a .899 save percentage. With Brian Elliott back from injury and Jake Allen backing him up, it appears as though Brodeur's time in St. Louis could be over.
Jan 14 - 5:13 PM

Martin Brodeur, Chris Butler, and Joakim Lindstrom will all sit out Tuesday's contest against Edmonton.

Jake Allen is getting the start tonight as Brian Elliott gets benched. There's still no clear indication of what the Blues intend to do with their logjam in net. Brodeur is sporting a 3-3-0 record with a 2.87 GAA and an .899 save percentage so far this season.
Jan 13 - 7:44 PM

Martin Brodeur, Ian Cole, and Joakim Lindstrom will all be healthy scratches against Carolina on Saturday.

Only Brodeur has any potential fantasy value as Coach Hitchcock forgoes any lineup changes. Brodeur is sporting a 3-3-0 record with a 2.87 GAA and an .899 save percentage so far this season.
Jan 10 - 7:20 PM

Blues GM Doug Armstrong said Tuesday that the team will continue to carry three goaltenders.

Brian Elliott is slated to see more action because he appears to be up for it after returning from a knee injury. Jake Allen hasn't started since Dec. 27, but he's been supportive of having Martin Brodeur on the roster. Brodeur has a 3-3-0 record with a 2.87 goals-against average and an .899 save percentage.
Jan 7 - 3:44 PM

With Brian Elliott in goal and Jake Allen ready to play, Martin Brodeur is the odd man out tonight.

It's still unclear what will come of Brodeur in January, let alone the rest of the season. But be assured that it will be very interesting, and we will bring you the latest news.
Jan 6 - 8:55 PM

Despite making 29 saves, the St. Louis Blues' Martin Brodeur was the losing goalie in Anaheim Friday night.

The Ducks prevailed 4-3. Brodeur, 43, notched his 125th NHL shutout with 16 saves in a 3-0 victory over the Colorado Avalanche in his last start, Monday night. But things were different in Anaheim. Despite some first-rate saves, and despite the fact that the Blues tied this game three different times, Brodeur allowed a Matt Beleskey wrist shot to get past him midway through the third period for the Ducks' game winner. Brodeur's record is now 3-2 in six appearances for St. Louis. His goals-against average is 2.63 and his save percentage is .904.
Jan 3 - 12:54 AM

Martin Brodeur will start Friday night against Anaheim.

He posted a 16-save shutout against Colorado on Monday in his last outing. Coach Ken Hitchcock plans to give Brian Elliott the nod on Saturday versus San Jose.
Jan 2 - 10:49 AM

Martin Brodeur will be between the pipes on Friday or Saturday, according to coach Ken Hitchcock.

The Blues want to make Brian Elliott doesn't suffer any setbacks, so they are carrying three goaltenders now the time being. "I think what we've done is buy some time," Hitchcock said. "Marty seems to have caught a second wind, so that buys us even more time to get us back on track with our goaltending. Marty's going to play one of the next two games and we’ll see from there." Brodeur was a healthy scratch Tuesday after he pitched a 16-save shutout against Colorado on Monday.
Wed, Dec 31, 2014 09:57:00 AM

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