Found March 04, 2014 on Kukla's Korner:
from Andy Clayton of the New York Daily News, When Martin Brodeur starts in goal for the Devils Tuesday night at the Prudential Center, it will be the 1,250th time he’s stood between the pipes for New Jersey in the regular season. Sources say, it’s likely it will also be the last time. With Wednesday’s NHL trading deadline looming, a source told the Daily News the Devils and Minnesota have agreed upon a deal that would send the lifelong Devil and future Hall of Famer to the Wild. The deal is pending the approval of Brodeur, who has a no-trade clause in his contract, and, according to the source, wanted one last home game with Devils. continued

No, Martin Brodeur will not be given one last start in New Jersey if Devils trade him to Wild

A hot story heading in to the NHL’s trade deadline Wednesday is that the New Jersey Devils are dangling Martin Brodeur, pending his approval as the longtime goaltender holds a no-trade clause. The New York Daily News reported on Tuesday that a deal is in place with the Minnesota Wild, but according to a source, […]The post No, Martin Brodeur will not be given one last start in...

Brodeur itching to play more; Wild showing interest

Martin Brodeur earned the win yesterday in New Jersey’s 6-1 thrashing of the New York Islanders. It also may have been his last game as a member of the Devils. Brodeur says he’s hoping to play more, but understands that won’t likely happen as long as Cory Schneider is playing as well as he is in front of him, as Tom Gulitti of Fire & Ice shares. “If I would agree (to...

Devils decide to keep Brodeur at trade deadline: Report

Despite Martin Brodeur's explicit request to be traded so that he could play more often than he will behind Cory Schneider, the Devils decided to keep the future Hall of Famer rather than deal him before Wednesday's trade deadline.The 41-year-old Brodeur spoke to general manager Lou Lamoriello about his wish to get more playing time, and gave the GM a long list of teams...

Report: Martin Brodeur would welcome trade from Devils

The NHL has already seen six goalies being traded since last Friday, and with the league’s trade deadline closing at 3pm EST on Wednesday, there may be another goalie on the move. New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, who has been with the team since the 1991-92 season, is reportedly open to being traded before […]

Devils Rumor: Brodeur could be headed to Minnesota

Although the idea seems preposterous to most, the Devils may well trade Martin Brodeur at the deadline. The indications out of Jersey are that Brodeur has agreed to waive his no trade clause, if and only if, a deal to a playoff bound club that is willing to give him another year as a number one keeper, can be worked out.There are not more than a finger full of teams in that situation...

Devils, Martin Brodeur get big 4-3 victory over Red Wings

The unflappable goaltender had to take some unusual precautions to keep his concentration. Throughout his career, Martin Brodeur has been able to ignore outside distractions. But in the hours leading up to what may have been his last game for the Devils, Brodeur felt it necessary to turn off his phone and ignore the swirling rumors about whether he’ll be traded Wednesday before...

Report: Martin Brodeur getting one more start before trade to Wild

According to several reports, New Jersey Devils, and face of the franchise, goaltender Martin Brodeur is on his way, via a trade, to the Minnesota Wild. With Wednesday being the NHL trade deadline, many rumors and reports are surfacing about possible trades, but this one seems to have legs. If traded, Brodeur would be the second big name goaltender traded in a week. The New...

Martin Brodeur plays it straight as trade rumors swirl

You looked down at the ice for one final time watching to see if there would be anything different about the way Martin Brodeur would respond to this victory, watched to see if the goaltender would do anything special on his way to the locker room after being congratulated at the Rock by teammates named Mark Fayne, Jaromir Jagr and Stephen Gionta the way he was so many times at the...

Devils to trade old player often confused as best goaltender of all-time

Bernie Parent. Terry Sawchuk. Patrick Roy. Glenn Hall. Ken Dryden. Jacques Plante. Dominik Hasek. Martin Brodeur. You could make a case that any of those goaltenders were the best to ever lace up their skates at the NHL level. Well, all but one. As you well know by now, Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur will get one more start wearing the familiar Devils logo before he is...

Red Wings-Devils wrap-up and overnight report: ‘Brodeur’s farewell’ a kick in the teeth

If there is any consolation in the Red Wings' 4-3 loss to Martin Brodeur (farewell, Martin?) and the New Jersey Devils, which involved Daniel Alfredsson losing teeth, Darren Helm succumbing to an "upper-body injury" and brutal defensive performances not only from the Wings' top pairing, but the "kid line" of Tomas Jurco, Riley Sheahan and Tomas Tatar,...

Red Wings fall to Devils

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) -- Martin Brodeur made 20 saves in what might have been his last game with the Devils, and Stephen Gionta scored the tiebreaking goal with under 37 seconds left to lift New Jersey to a 4-3 victory over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night. Adam Henrique, Marek Zidlicky, and Travis Zajac also had goals for the Devils (27-23-13), who closed within one point of Detroit...

Links of the Day 3/4/14

The NHL trade deadline is tomorrow afternoon. It is the craziest of all of the deadlines in sports. Here is one current tournament projection (from SB Nation) Now this sounds fun, doesn’t it? Fox Sports 1 is coming out with a baseball show. Starts in April. SCOREBOARD NHL Minnesota 3, Calgary 2 – Darcy Kuempere might have a new backup by the end of the day tomorrow. Martin...
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