ST. LOUIS -- Martin Brodeur felt very comfortable skating onto the ice in his new St. Louis Blues equipment.
After 21 years playing for the New Jersey Devils, St. Louis was at the top of his list when he became a free agent after last season.
"I think for me, looking at teams, it was the most similar what I'm used to, what I've played throughout my career in New Jersey," Brodeur...
ST. LOUIS (AP) Martin Brodeur took the ice Friday at the St. Louis Blues' morning skate, eager to show he still can play at a top level.
''It was good. It was fun to get back out there for sure,'' the 42-year-old goalie said. ''It's been a while. It was a good tempo for me. I know it's only a morning skate ... can't wait to see Monday. Everything's new. Everybody's kind of looking...
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Here’s a scene I never thought I’d see: Martin Brodeur in a Blues uniform. In fact, I never thought I’d see Brodeur in a blue uniform.
Brodeur skates with the Blues for the first time. #stlblues #OurBlues pic.twitter.com/vQCLCX7kfN
— St. Louis Blues (@StLouisBlues) November 28, 2014
We’ll have to wait and see how Brodeur fits in with the Blues, but all signs are pointing...
He is a surefire Hall of Famer. He has spent his entire NHL career with one team ... until Friday.
While goaltender Martin Brodeur isn't quite a St. Louis Blue, yet, he has taken his first step toward playing for his second team after 22 years as a New Jersey Devil.
The 42-year-old Brodeur will practice with the Blues, who have some goaltender issues after Brian Elliott suffered...
Martin Brodeur has been waiting. And waiting and waiting. Oh, and waiting some more.
“I’m here if somebody needs me. I’m going to keep myself ready. Whatever happens, I don’t need to make a decision. I don’t want to cheat myself of any opportunities if it happens later on. I’m just taking it day by day.”
Those were Brodeur’s words earlier this month at the Hockey...
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...
The St. Louis Blues announced that Martin Brodeur would be joining the club for practice on Friday on a tryout basis. The news comes on the heels that goaltender Brian Elliott has a lower-body injury and will miss an undisclosed amount of time. The team immediately called up Jordan Binnington from the AHL, but they quickly made it known that the are looking for external help.
St. Louis starting goaltender Brian Elliott left the Blues’ game Tuesday left Tuesday night’s game against the Senators late in the second period with a lower body injury. On Wednesday, the Blues announced that Elliott’s injury is being considered a … Continue reading →
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The St. Louis Blues have invited Martin Brodeur to practice following the Brian Elliott injury. Earlier the Blues announced that Elliott would be out with a lower-body injury and that Jordan Binnington would be called up. This seemed like a temporary fix and it wasn’t long before the speculation started suggesting the Blues may need outside help.
BREAKING: #stlblues announce...
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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...