Found July 02, 2012 on Puck Drunk Love:

It Will Be A Sad Day For New Jersey If Brodeur Leaves

from Larry Brooks of the NY Post, There will be no sad songs sung for Martin Brodeur if ownership’s perilous state makes it necessary for the franchise goaltender to leave his franchise behind. He will make millions elsewhere, everyone understands that. Still, if the 40-year-old career Devil does leave New Jersey, then Jeff Vanderbeek and his obviously underfinanced ownership...

Martin Brodeur re-signs with Devils

Martin Brodeur will stay in New Jersey, according to reports. Brodeur, 40, re-signed with the New Jersey Devils for two-years, $9 million early Monday morning. Brodeur hired agent Pat Brisson to represent him in free agency but he never once stated a desire to leave New Jersey.   Brodeur has won 656 games in 1,191 career appearances, all with New Jersey.  He has 119 shutouts and...

Report: Martin Brodeur to test free market

Martin Brodeur a free-agent? We certainly didn't see this move coming. Never mind the retirement talk, veteran goalie Martin Brodeur appears ready to shop himself around this July 1. TSN's Darren Dreger reports Brodeur has hired agent Pat Brisson and is "very likely" to test the free agent market. "Brodeur has had limited contract discussions with (the New...

Brodeur staying put with Devils

Veteran Martin Brodeur will be back with the New Jersey Devils next year. The 40-year-old goaltender signed a two-year, $9 million contract with the Devils, reported Monday. Brodeur, who is closing in on 700 wins, has played his entire career with New Jersey and the new contract likely will allow him to finish with the Devils. The Chicago Blackhawks and Toronto Maple...

Martin Brodeur, Devils Agree On 2 Year Deal

Martin Brodeur has signed a 2 year deal to return to the New Jersey Devils. … say what you want but this is great for the state of New Jersey, the Devils, Brodeur and yes the New York Rangers and it’s fans.  Scoring goals and chanting MARTYYYYYYYYYY when he comes to MSG as a Leaf [...]

Report- Brodeur Remaining With The Devils

Martin Brodeur is staying with the Devils. 2 years / 9 millions. Great news for the Devils fans and that franchise.— Renaud P Lavoie (@RenLavoieRDS) July 2, 2012

Devils maintain status quo in goal, sign Brodeur, Hedberg

Martin Brodeur, upon signing a new two-year deal to return to the New Jersey goal, said he was in touch with team captain Zach Parise during the opening of the free agency period. "The Devils are right in there with him," the goalies said. "He's really weighing his options. Hopefully he'll make the right decision. By no means is he thinking about not coming...

NHL free-agent frenzy

NHL frenzy is about to begin as the free-agent market is set to open today at noon ET.  There are several big names that could find new homes. The salary cap is set for $70.2 million. New Jersey Devils captain Zach Parise and Nashville Predators defenseman Ryan Suter are the top names appearing to be ready to listen to offers, but a new player has jumped into the mix after New...

Carey Price, Martin Brodeur Carry Big Risks with New Deals, But Canadiens and Devils Had Little Choice

Carey Price wasn't going to leave Montreal once the Canadiens filed for arbitration last month. Despite expressing a desire to test the free agent waters, it was hard to imagine Martin Brodeur playing anywhere else but New Jersey. On Monday, both goalies agreed to terms to stay with the only NHL clubs they've ever played for. But keeping these keepers was costly, and comes...
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