Holy crap, there was a hockey game last night.
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The trade deadline: It's a-comin' ESPN ($), Sports Illustrated, CBC
Buffalo 3, Carolina 2 - Not sure I could think of a more underwhelming game to ome back to if I tried.
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NEWS: #Caps Recall Defenseman Julien Brouillette from...
Hey, do you know Julien Brouillette?
Iâll be honest-- Before Thursday night, I didnât. You couldâve told me his name and Iâd think that he was a key piece on the French Revolution. You could probably even show me his headshot from this year and Iâd likely still think he had a role in the French Revolution. But Iâd be wrong.
Brouillette, a lefty...
In what was the Devils' last game before the Olympic break, they certainly didn't get the result they wanted.
New Jersey has struggled to score goals consistently all season long, and that monster reared its ugly head one last time heading into the break.
Despite having ample opportunity to find twine, the Devils couldn't convert on any of their chances while Julien...
Julien Brouillette received what he had waited a lifetime for Thursday — a chance to play in the NHL. After seven years spent playing on eight teams in two minor leagues, the Quebec native made his NHL debut against the Winnipeg Jets and played a key role in setting up the Washington Capitals’ tying goal.
Saturday night, in his second NHL game, Brouillette did himself one better...
Julien Brouillette broke a scoreless tie with his first NHL goal midway through the third period, Braden Holtby stopped 25 shots and the Washington Capitals beat the New Jersey Devils 3-0 Saturday night in the teams' final game before the Olympic break.
Brouillette, playing his second NHL game, beat Cory Schneider on the short side with a wrist shot from the top of the left...
Via AP on Fox
February 08, 2014
Brouillette. His name is Julien Brouillette. Nobody called his name in the NHL draft. While most players would give up at that point, Brouillette did not. He instead entered the 2007-2008 season as a pro in the ECHL with the Columbia Inferno, the ECHL affiliate for the Toronto Maple Leafs. The defenseman tallied six goals […]
The Washington Capitals have signed Hershey Bears defenseman Julien Brouillette to a one year, two way contract beginning next season. After not getting drafted into the NHL, Brouillette turned professional signing as an undrafted player with the Columbia Inferno of the ECHL. He would go on to sign with the Charlotte Checkers, who at the time were apart of the ECHL and not [...]