By Mike Luciano (@MikeLuci)
Talk about a lengthy layoff. If the Hockey Guys was a hockey team and its writing staff comprised of its roster, where written posts were the equivalent of goals and points, I’d be that one inconsistent player everybody scratches their head over. With that said, let’s get right into it.
For any astronomy buffs out there, it’s common knowledge that the death of a star normally comprises of a supernova explosion or an implosion that forms into a black hole. Either way, the outcome is disastrous. Why not apply the same principles to hockey and more notably, to Martin Brodeur of the New Jersey Devils? There are a lot of members in the hockey world that have pondered what business Brodeur still has as an active athlete. He’s rewritten the record books, won olympic gold medals, numerous awards, and of course, three Stanley Cups. The consensus will agree that Brodeur’s led a very decorated career, which raises the question as to when enough is truly enough?