Martin Brodeur is currently enjoying his one-week leave of absence and is debating his future in the NHL and with the St. Louis Blues. It seems like Brodeur has a couple of options: Remain as the third netminder with the Blues or mutually terminate his contract with the Blues and try to find work somewhere else. The second option has seemed like the most likely scenario considering...
ST. LOUIS -- Don't put those new Martin Brodeur Blues jerseys into storage just yet.
St. Louis granted the 42-year-old goalie a weeklong leave of absence Wednesday, the latest unexpected twist in a saga that began when he came out of semi-retirement to sign a one-year contract on Dec. 2. But coach Ken Hitchcock and others are hoping they haven't seen the last of Brodeur in the Blues...
The St. Louis Blues have given Martin Brodeur a one-week leave of absence, perhaps signaling the end of the 42-year-old goalie's time with the team.
The Blues said Wednesday that Brodeur's future will be addressed after he returns. Brian Elliott has recovered from a knee injury, and 24-year-old Jake Allen has been strong in net. That duo has made the starts during the Blues' five...
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11 days ago
It was announced today that St. Louis Blues netminder Martin Brodeur would be taking a leave of absence for a week to return home and most likely to ponder his future. According to the press release, neither Brodeur nor the Blues organization had any further comment on the issue. Brodeur, signed by the Blues in […]
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ST. LOUIS -- The St. Louis Blues have given Martin Brodeur a one-week leave of absence, perhaps signaling the end of the 42-year-old goalie's time with the team.
The Blues said Wednesday that Brodeur's future will be addressed after he returns. Brian Elliott has recovered from a knee injury, and 24-year-old Jake Allen has been strong in net. That duo has made the starts during the...
Via AP on Fox
11 days ago
The St. Louis Blues have allowed Martin Brodeur to take a one-week leave of absence. During his time away from the club, Brodeur would decide on what he wants to do next in his career and whether or not that means staying with the Blues. Upon his return from his week off, Brodeur will announce what he wants to do moving forward.
This may be the end of Brodeur’s time in St. Louis...
The New Jersey Devils fired head coach Pete DeBoer last week and used an interesting strategy to replace him.
General manager Lou Lamoriello has gone behind the bench, which he’s done in the past after firing a coach. But this time, he has brought two coaches along with him. Former Washington Capitals head coach Adam Oates will oversee the forwards, while legendary Devils defensemen...
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.
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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...
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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...