Found June 28, 2013 on
Via Yahoo Sports' Sean Leahy, the NHL kind-of-sort-of let the cat out of the bag when informing the media that EA Sports' NHL 14 cover athlete would appear at the draft in Newark, but those of us on the email list mostly kept our mouths shut, and as it turns out, Sergei Bobrovsky won't be making a trans-Atlantic flight for a Q and A session:
I sure hope that EA's altered their goalie behavior to allow Brodeur to play like the stand-up netminder he is as opposed to a disciple of the butterfly style.
Ohboy, a Tweet (and this totally wasn't leaked, noooo)... Continue reading "EA Sports names Martin Brodeur its cover athlete for NHL 14"
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Today, at 6 pm, EA Sports officially announced that Martin Brodeur had won the NHL 14 cover vote beating out Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky. Above is an NHL 14 Cover Athlete Reveal Trailer. Some notable highlights from the trailer are... - at 0:27, a sick angle of Brodeur making a desperation save with his blocker- at 0:37, a first person Martin Brodeur view- at 0:51...
By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo)
The New Jersey Devils hold the ninth overall draft pick in Sundays NHL Draft and Hunter Shinkaruk is certainly on their radar.
“ It’s definitely a team that when I look at teams that I might be taken by, it’s definitely in my range,” the Calgary native said, with New York City in the backdrop and a smile plastered across his face....
Oh, Patrik Elias – you Devil, you. But seriously, how long has this guy been a Devil? It seems like forever, and in hockey years, that’s not too far removed from the reality – it’s been 19 years since Elias was drafted (2nd round, 51st overall) and 18 years since he played his first NHL [...]
In a bit of a stunner the New Jersey Devils have acquired Martin Brodeur’s eventual replacement in goal by dealing the 9th overall selection in this year’s entry draft to Vancouver in exchange for Cory Schneider. It was a foregone conclusion that Vancouver would move one of Schneider or Roberto Luongo but up until the [...]