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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 could not retain an early 3-0 lead over the Kings on Thursday night as the Blues fell 6-4.
Brodeur was beaten five times to his blocker side, four of which on straight shots. His reaction speed simply looked slow, and his angles off, especially to his right. It's one thing to have a stinker now and again, but at age 42 and stepping into the season mid-stream, this may be cause for a bit more concern as he stopped 31-37 shots sent his way. Dec 19 - 2:30 AM

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Martin Brodeur will get the call for Thursday's contest against Los Angeles.

Jake Allen started three straight games for the Blues and won them all, but he'll get a break. Brodeur owns a 2-1-0 record with a 2.64 goals-against average and a .904 save percentage. He hasn't played since Dec. 8 when he stopped 32 of 34 shots in a 4-2 win against Florida.
Dec 18 - 1:01 PM

He's back all right.

Martin Brodeur, 42, continued his comeback in impressive fashion Monday night, helping the St. Louis Blues defeat the visiting Florida Panthers 4-2. Brodeur turned aside 32 Florida shots for his 690th career victory. And so he is 2-1-0 with a 3.03 goals-against average and an .873 save percentage since joining the Blues last week. We're not sure what the Blues will do with Brodeur after Brian Elliot returns from his injury but, for now, Brodeur is doing just fine, thank you. Brodeur picked up $20,000 Monday night as his contract stipulates that he receives $10,000 for every point the Blues (18-8-2) get with him in goal.
Dec 8 - 10:59 PM

Martin Brodeur will get the start against the Florida Panthers on Monday.

The 42-year-old is 1-1-0 with a 3.02 goals-against-average and an .872 save percentage since joining the Blues last week.
Dec 7 - 11:50 AM

Martin Brodeur collected his 689th win on Saturday and earned a $20,000 bonus in the process.

Brodeur's contract states that he will receive $10,000 for every point the Blues collect with him in goal. The 42-year-old has a clear role with St. Louis right now, but it's unclear what the Blues will do when Brian Elliot returns from injury.
Dec 7 - 11:43 AM

Martin Brodeur gained his first win as a member of the St. Louis Blues, and it came in a weird fashion as they beat the New York Islanders 6-4.

Jake Allen was pulled after the Isles built a 3-0 lead through the first period. Brodeur stopped 14 out of 15 shots in an unusual relief appearance, giving him his first win with a team other than the New Jersey Devils. He's now beat the Islanders 52 times.
Dec 6 - 4:21 PM

Martin Brodeur made 20 saves on 24 chances in his 1,259th NHL start, his first as a member of the St. Louis Blues which he eventually lost 4-3 to Nashville on Thursday night.

Brodeur looked good early on, making a few saves at point-blank range and stopping 14 of the 16 shots he faced in the first period. The mighty Predators turned out to be too much though, as they won their seventh straight home game with the winning goal scored early in the third period. Brodeur was signed to a one-year contract earlier this week and will get some more chances while Brian Elliott recovers from a lower-body injury.
Dec 4 - 11:12 PM

Martin Brodeur will be in goal for the Blues on Thursday night against Nashville.

It will mark his St. Louis debut and the first time he'll play for an NHL organization that isn't the New Jersey Devils. The 42-year-old netminder is thankful for the opportunity and he has a chance to succeed behind St. Louis' suffocating defense.
Dec 4 - 1:59 PM

Martin Brodeur is projected to make his St. Louis Blues debut on Thursday or Saturday.

Brodeur will compete for the temporary starting job with Jake Allen as Brian Elliott (lower body) is week-to-week. Once Elliott returns, the situation will naturally get more complicated.
Dec 2 - 2:00 PM

Martin Brodeur has agreed to a one-year contract with the St. Louis Blues.

Brodeur will receive a base salary of $700,000 and earn an extra $10,000 for every point he earns for the Blues. There are also other bonuses in his contract. For now, Brodeur is likely to share the goaltending duties with Jake Allen while Brian Elliott recovers from a lower-body injury. Once Elliott is healthy enough to play, Brodeur will likely see his role decline substantially. Brodeur is one of the greatest goaltenders of all-time, but age has taken his toll.
Dec 2 - 1:07 PM

Martin Brodeur may sign a contract with the St. Louis Blues as soon as Tuesday, according to reports.

If that happens then Brodeur could be between the pipes for Thursday's game at Nashville or Saturday's match against the Islanders.
Dec 1 - 2:04 PM

Martin Brodeur and the Blues have an agreement for a contract in place, though the team hasn’t decided to sign him yet, according to Sportsnet’s Damien Cox.

Cox reported this during Hockey Night in Canada. St. Louis will likely make a decision on this next week. The Blues are coping without Brian Elliott, who is week-to-week with a lower-body injury. Brodeur posted two straight seasons with .901 save percentages, so St. Louis shouldn’t expect much from him when he gets his chance.
Source: The Score
Nov 29 - 9:15 PM

It is looking probable that Martin Brodeur will sign a contract with the Blues.

He looked pretty good in his first practice with the Blues Friday, and with Brian Elliott out at least another two weeks and the inexperienced Jordan Binnington the only backup for starter Jake Allen, Brodeur is needed. It also helps that St. Louis coach Ken Hitchcock is a fan. We don't expect Brodeur to play much and it remains to be seen what happens to him when Elliott returns sometime in December, but Brodeur's return is a nice story nonetheless.
Nov 29 - 1:58 PM

Martin Brodeur participated in his first morning skate with the St. Louis Blues on Friday.

Brodeur has joined St. Louis on a tryout basis. "It was good," Brodeur said of the skate. "It was fun to get back out there. It's been a while. It's only a morning skate, so I can't wait to see Monday." Brian Elliott is dealing with an injury that's expected to sideline him for weeks, so there's a potential opening for Brodeur. That being said, it might create a long-term problem if the Blues did sign him as they would have three netminders once Elliott is healthy. Brodeur is one of the best goaltenders to ever play the game, but he's 42 years old now and wasn't particularly impressive in his last two campaigns.
Nov 28 - 1:45 PM

Martin Brodeur is excited to get a chance to practice with the St. Louis Blues.

"In talking with my agent Pat (Brisson), the Blues were one of the teams near the top of my list, that if I could pick a team to go to, it would be the Blues," Brodeur told So for them to reach out and just invite me to come and practice and see where it goes, I'm pretty excited about it." He also talked about getting the chance to play under coach Ken Hitchcock on "a solid team with good structure." He's hopeful that it will work out for him and he'll get a contract. Brodeur will start skating with the Blues on Friday on a tryout basis.
Nov 27 - 5:19 PM

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D1Kevin Shattenkirk
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4Carl Gunnarsson
5Chris Butler
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G1Jake Allen
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