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MARTIN BRODEUR RUMORS

Devils not inclined to invite Martin Brodeur or another veteran goalie to training camp

Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello has always been willing to invite an unsigned veteran or two to training camp on a tryout basis, and it could happen again this year. But there is no one on the team’s radar at this point. “If it happens, we’d be totally comfortable with it. But, as of this point, we don’t have a guy like that,” Lamoriello told The Star-Ledger. Lamoriello...
Via Pro Sports Daily
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur 'still looking for the right fit': report

Goaltender Martin Brodeur remains one of the most prominent names on the NHL free-agent market. He said Thursday it could stay that way for a while. "I'm still looking for the right fit, and the right fit might not come this summer, it might come later on in the fall," Brodeur told Yahoo Sports. "I'm pretty open-minded. Regardless of what happens, if I play...
Via Pro Sports Daily
6 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur’s Kids Attend New Jersey Devils Development Camp

The New Jersey Devils aren’t going to be re-signing legendary goalie Martin Brodeur, so to compensate, they brought in all three of his kids to their Development Camp. Anthony Brodeur is the only Brodeur to be actually drafted by the Devils, but that’s because the twins, William and Jeremy, are not eligible for the Draft […] The post Martin Brodeur’s Kids Attend New Jersey...
Via Diehardsport
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur willing to wait until after season begins, if necessary, to find "right fit"

While the Devils have moved on from the Martin Brodeur era this summer, the 42-year-old future Hall of Famer remains intent on playing in the NHL in 2014-15 as he patiently waits to find a team that is the right fit for him. In fact, Brodeur’s agent said Sunday that he’s willing to wait until after the season starts, if necessary, after some initial discussions with teams when...
Via Pro Sports Daily
10 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur willing to sign with a team during the season

Martin Brodeur is a man without a team. The New Jersey Devils finally made a decision and moved on without Brodeur, meaning that the 42-year-old goaltender is free to sign with any team which wants his services. A few teams were linked to Brodeur, but nothing formally developed. With the summer rolling on and rumors surrounding Brodeur drying up, the veteran’s agent mentions that...
Via Puck Drunk Love
11 days ago  |  Discuss

Maple Leafs Rumor: Toronto interested in Martin Brodeur

Toronto Maple Leafs GM Brenden Shanahan announces that they have expressed interest in Martin Brodeur. The 42-year-old veteran has played his whole career in New Jersey but the Devils are looking to open up cap space. James DiBianco - Common WikimediaWith the chaotic July 1st free agency day gone, still many good players are still on the market. Brodeur is one of the best goalies...
Via Sports Rumor Alert
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Turns out he's not walking through that Deur: B's "not a suitor" for 42-year-old Brodeur

It did seem too odd to be true at first word. Then again, the Silly Season brings curious developments on the daily.So much for that: the B's are reportedly not interested in Brodeur (via thecausewaycrowd.com) A day after the Bruins were mentioned as a potential landing spot this summer for long-time New Jersey Devil and first-ballot Hall of Famer Martin Brodeur, CSNNE's...
Via BruinsLife
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur excited to be a free agent

It’s hard to imagine legendary goaltender Martin Brodeur wearing anything other than the red, white and black of the New Jersey Devils. However, it may not be long before the veteran netminder signs with a new team. The 42-year-old is an unrestricted free agent this summer, and he’s free to sign wherever  he pleases starting Tuesday at noon ET when NHL free agency gets underway...
Via NESN.com
24 days ago  |  Discuss

Brodeur headed to Boston?

     Yes, you read the title correctly... and yes, you're probably as shocked as I am. But yes, it's true. It appears the Bruins have expressed some interest in picking up future Hall of Fame goaltender Martin Brodeur. The 42 year old goaltender wants to make one more run at the cup, and sign with a contending team, and according to several reports, the Bruins are on the...
Via BruinsLife
25 days ago  |  Discuss

NHL Trade Rumors: Martin Brodeur Wants Out of New Jersey

Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports New Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur is ready to test 2014 NHL Free Agency on July 1st. He has won the most games of all-time as a goaltender and feels he can play one more season. The 42 year old has played all his seasons with the Devils but he made it known publicly before the NHL trade deadline that he wants out of New Jersey. Brodeur said, "...
Via Hockey Trades | NHL Trade Rumors
June 22, 2014  |  Discuss
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