Sign up for Yardbarker's daily Top 10 newsletter, the Morning Bark! Customize to get news on your favorite sports and teams.


MARTIN BRODEUR RUMORS

Martin Brodeur Gives Up Embarrassing Goal From Center Ice (Video)

Martin Brodeur is far from being a rookie in the NHL, but his play Thursday night might leave you questioning. Brodeur stopped just 31 of the 37 shots he faced from the Los Angeles Kings, including one shot all the way from center ice. That’s one Brodeur is sure to want to forget. Thumbnail photo via Ron Chenoy/USA TODAY Sports ImagesFiled under: NFL, Top Stories
Via NESN.com
20 hours ago  |  Discuss

Video: Martin Brodeur loses the puck in his equipment

Shortly before he was beaten from center ice, Martin Brodeur enjoyed a good laugh after the puck went missing in his equipment. This seems to happen from time to time with goalies around the NHL, but in Brodeur’s case the mystery only grew more perplexing and more humorous as he examined all of his pads and the puck still couldn’t be found.
Via Bloguin Best
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur gets beat as puck takes crazy bounce (Video)

St. Louis Blues goaltender Martin Brodeur gave up a third period goal on a shot from center ice that took a crazy bounce during Thursday night's game in Los Angeles.Kings forward Dwight King dumped the puck from center ice towards the Blues net. Brodeur got on his knees to stop the puck as it took a low bounce, but the puck suddenly bounced high over his right shoulder, and the...
Via Holdout Sports
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Doug Armstrong, players joke about Martin Brodeur’s $20,000 bonus

Martin Brodeur picked up an additional $20,000 after coming in to relieve Jake Allen and picking up the win against the New York Islanders. Following the result, GM Doug Armstrong joked about Brodeur’s bonus. From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: “I got a call from (Blues general manager Doug Armstrong),” Blues coach Ken Hitchcock joked afterwards. “We’re broke. We’re down...
Via Frozen Notes
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Video: Officials warn Isles they’ll “pay taxes” if they dig away at Brodeur

The Islanders were poking away at Martin Brodeur’s pads after the veteran netminder made a save. The Blues took exception and the officials rushed in to break things up. The broadcast picked up a great piece of audio as the officials warned the Isles that if they continue to dig away at Marty, they’ll have to “pay taxes.” (H/T @MyRegularFace)
Via Puck Drunk Love
13 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur's debut in a Blues uniform doesn't look right (VIDEO)

For the first time in his NHL career Martin Brodeur made a start for a team other than the New Jersey Devils on Thursday night. The 42-year-old goalie who won 688 games over 21 years wearing a red Devils sweater was now in front of the goal wearing a St. Louis Blues uniform. And to Devils fans, like pineapple on a slice, seeing Brodeur sporting a blue note didn't look right...
Via The Other Paper
15 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur’s Blues Mask Features His Stanley Cups, Gold Medals (Photo)

It certainly will be strange to see Martin Brodeur in a St. Louis Blues mask after 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils, but at least he’ll be looking good. The 41-year-old goaltender signed a one-year contract with the Blues on Tuesday, and the team revealed his new mask via Twitter. It was created by his usual designer, so it includes a lot of the same touches from his Devils...
Via NESN.com
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur Signs One-Year Deal With Blues, Expected To Play This Week

Martin Brodeur’s career has at least one more stop before likely reaching the Hall of Fame. The St. Louis Blues signed the veteran goalie to a one-year contract. The Blues are bringing the 42-year-old in after goaltender Brian Elliott went down with a lower-body injury. “It feels great,” Brodeur told the team’s website. “I really appreciate the...
Via NESN.com
17 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur To Join St. Louis Blues As Practice Player On Tryout

Martin Brodeur has had a storied NHL career, but it’s not time to close the book just yet. After 21 illustrious seasons with the New Jersey Devils, the 42-year-old goaltender began the 2014-15 season as just another free agent netminder with no teams drawing interest. Until Wednesday night, that is, when the St. Louis Blues announced Brodeur would join...
Via NESN.com
23 days ago  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur still hopes to play this season

Martin Brodeur hasn’t given up hope on playing during the 2014-15 season just yet. As teams near the 20-game mark of their year, Brodeur’s odds of finding a home haven’t really changed. In fact, you could say that his odds have gotten worse as teams have left Ilya Bryzgalov on the open market and Minnesota recently placed Josh Harding on waivers. Still, Brodeur is hopeful...
Via Puck Drunk Love
November 17, 2014  |  Discuss
MORE STORIES >>


Blues News
Delivered to your inbox
You'll also receive Yardbarker's daily Top 10, featuring the best sports stories from around the web. Customize your newsletter to get articles on your favorite sports and teams. And the best part? It's free!

By clicking "Sign Me Up", you have read and agreed to the Fox Sports Digital Privacy Policy and Terms of Use. You can opt out at any time. For more information, please see our Privacy Policy.

Reporter asks Rondo awkward question

Three quarterbacks who could be traded this offseason

Jon Lester and the Cubs

Report: NFL players used 'horny juice'

Top 10 worst NBA related commercials of all-time

Phelps gets probation for DUI

NFL coaches on hot seat in Week 16

The Roy Williams-Terrell Owens horse collar turns 10

Most underpaid NFL players in 2014

Gronk jokes about Brady compliment

In Matt Kemp, did the Dodgers find a pigeon in Padres?

Why the Saints are legit playoff threat

Today's Best Stuff
For Bloggers

Join the Yardbarker Network for more promotion, traffic, and money.

Company Info
Help
What is Yardbarker?

Yardbarker is the largest network of sports blogs and pro athlete blogs on the web. This site is the hub of the Yardbarker Network, where our editors and algorithms curate the best sports content from our network and beyond.