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Report: Devils may honor Brodeur, Lamoriello this season

New Jersey Devils general manager Ray Shero expects long-time goaltender Martin Brodeur and former GM Lou Lamoriello will be honored by the team this season."It's a matter of when the player feels comfortable. And Lou," Shero told NJ Advance Media. "Obviously they are two of the most important members of this franchise ever. We want to do it the right way at the right time."That...
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4 days ago  |  Discuss

This Week in Flyers History: Week ending June 14

June 7, 1995 Game 3 of the Eastern Conference Finals for the Flyers against the New Jersey Devils could be summed up in three words: a must win. After dropping the first two games to Martin Brodeur and Co. on home ice, the Flyers traveled north and had to make a series out of it to avoid a 3-0 deficit. And it was the captain, Eric Lindros, who would step up. Just 1:32 into...
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June 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Former Devil Martin Brodeur Selling New Jersey Townhouse (Photos)

Martin Brodeur’s place in NHL history lies in New Jersey, but he’ll only be there in spirit for now. The former Devils goaltender is selling his West Orange, N.J., townhouse as he starts the next chapter of his career as an assistant general manager for the St. Louis Blues. Brodeur retired in January after spending part of the 2014-15 season with the Blues. Brodeur’s townhouse...
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May 25, 2015  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur becomes Blues' assistant general manager

ST. LOUIS (AP) Record-setting goalie Martin Brodeur has signed a three-year contract to become the St. Louis Blues' assistant general manager. Blues general manager Doug Armstrong announced the deal Wednesday. The 43-year-old Brodeur played seven games for St. Louis this season, retiring Jan. 29 to become a senior adviser to Armstrong. Brodeur played 21 seasons for New Jersey, leading...
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May 21, 2015  |  Discuss

St. Louis Blues name Martin Brodeur assistant general manager

  Record-setting goalie Martin Brodeur has signed a three-year contract to become the St. Louis Blues' assistant general manager. Blues general manager Doug Armstrong announced the deal Wednesday. The 43-year-old Brodeur played seven games for St. Louis this season, retiring Jan. 29 to become a senior adviser to Armstrong. Brodeur played 21 seasons for New Jersey, leading the Devils...
Via AP on Fox
May 21, 2015  |  Discuss

Blues appoint Martin Brodeur as Assistant GM for 3 years

St. Louis Blues GM Doug Armstrong will have some help when he’s making roster decisions. The club announced that they have signed Martin Brodeur to a three-year deal to be the team’s Assistant General Manager. While his duties haven’t been publicly outlined, it’s safe to assume he’ll weigh in on the team’s handling of their free agents as well as any future trades. There’s...
Via Frozen Notes
May 20, 2015  |  Discuss

Brodeur now sees reunion with Devils as 'less likely'

After Martin Brodeur retired during the season following a stint with the Blues and took a job in the St. Louis front office, then-Devils GM Lou Lamoriello made it clear that Brodeur would have a place in the New Jersey organization whenever he was ready to return to the place where he became the NHL's all-time winningest goalie. A homecoming seemed likely, at least eventually.But...
Via Fox Sports
May 14, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: It sounds like Martin Brodeur will be back with the Blues

When Martin Brodeur joined the Blues last season, it seemed like a short-term gig. That proved to be true of his on-ice contributions to the Blues, but Brodeur ended up sticking around long after Brian Elliott and Jake Allen reclaimed the St. Louis crease. Once the year wrapped up, it looked like Brodeur would head off to New Jersey and take up a permanent role with the Devils....
Via Frozen Notes
May 11, 2015  |  Discuss

1995 Stanley Cup champion Devils reunite

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) Martin Brodeur and the 1995 Stanley Cup champion New Jersey Devils got back together to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the franchise's first title. The age of the players wasn't the only big change. The recently retired Brodeur played the first two periods of the reunion game on Saturday at center instead of at his usual place in the crease as the star goalie...
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March 07, 2015  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur calls hockey 'too dangerous of a game': Report

Since joining the St. Louis Blues as a senior advisor last week, newly retired goaltender Martin Brodeur has been giving the team reports looking down from a scouting booth. But now the NHL veteran wants everyone to know about the ever-evolving game from the perspective of 20 years in front of the net too. Brodeur spoke with Sportsnet to discuss what he likes and what he...
Via The Other Paper
February 03, 2015  |  Discuss

St. Louis Blues goaltender Martin Brodeur retires

On Thursday Jan. 29, St. Louis Blues goaltender Martin Brodeur announced his retirement. The name Martin Brodeur will be remembered by fans, players, and the NHL for a long time. The Montreal native will go down as one of the greatest goaltenders in NHL history, currently holding the record for most regular season wins (691), and shutouts (125). After 21 seasons between the pipes...
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January 30, 2015  |  Discuss

Brodeur joins Blues' front office, doesn't rule out rejoining Devils

ST. LOUIS -- Martin Brodeur may one day return to the New Jersey Devils, where he won three Stanley Cups and cemented his place as the goaltender with more wins than any other in NHL history. Up first, though, is some serious time with the St. Louis Blues. The 42-year-old Brodeur formally announced his retirement Thursday to take a front-office position with St. Louis, where he wrapped...
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January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Brodeur blames lockouts for not reaching 700 wins

Martin Brodeur has officially retired from the NHL. His on-ice career netted him a total of 691 wins. As impressive as that number is, some lamented the fact he wasn’t able to reach the 700-win plateau. How does Brodeur feel about the fact he came up nine wins short? He blames the lockouts. Brodeur, on not getting to 700 wins: "Yeah, 691. It's not too bad." Also said: "It's all...
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January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Brodeur blames lockouts for not reaching 700 wins

Martin Brodeur has officially retired from the NHL. His on-ice career netted him a total of 691 wins. As impressive as that number is, some lamented the fact he wasn’t able to reach the 700-win plateau. How does Brodeur feel about the fact he came up nine wins short? He blames the lockouts. Brodeur, on not getting to 700 wins: "Yeah, 691. It's not too bad." Also said: "It's all...
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January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Brodeur joins Blues as adviser, won't rule out return to NJ

ST. LOUIS (AP) Martin Brodeur may one day return to the New Jersey Devils, where he won three Stanley Cups and cemented his place as the goaltender with more wins than any other in NHL history. Up first, though, is some serious time with the St. Louis Blues. The 42-year-old Brodeur formally announced his retirement Thursday to take a front-office position with St. Louis, where he...
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January 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Brodeur to drop the puck before Blues take on Predators

ST. LOUIS -- Jan. 29 will certainly be a day to remember for Martin Brodeur.  The NHL's all-time winningest goaltender is set to announce his retirement at a 10:30 a.m. press conference Thursday, and then will drop the puck later in the evening before the Blues take on Nashville. Obviously, fans will want to be in their seat for that. But if you aren't able to make it to the game...
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January 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur Hangs Up the Skates

By Michael Weber. After 22 seasons in front of the net, Martin Brodeur has decided to move to a position behind the desk.  The Saint Louis Blues organization has announced that the 42 year old will be joining their front office in a managerial role.  Brodeur was signed to the team as an unrestricted free agent several months into the current season after an injury sidelined goalie...
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January 28, 2015  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur set to announce retirement

After taking a leave of absence to decide whether or not he still wants to play NHL hockey, future hall of fame goaltender Martin Brodeur decided it was time to call it quits. Chris Johnston of Sportsnet, broke the news on the longtime Devils and current St. Louis Blue goaltender while Jeremy Rutherford tweets that […]
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January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Martin Brodeur To Retire, Will Join St. Louis Blues’ Front Office

ST. LOUIS — Martin Brodeur, one of the greatest goaltenders in NHL history, is retiring. Brodeur starred for years with New Jersey and is now with St. Louis. He plans a Thursday news conference to announce that he is retiring and will join the Blues in a management role in hockey operations. The 42-year-old Brodeur wrapped up a 22-year career with St. Louis after signing as a free...
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January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Brodeur to retire, join St. Louis Blues front office

ST. LOUIS (AP) Martin Brodeur, one of the greatest goaltenders in NHL history, is retiring. Brodeur starred for years with New Jersey and is now with St. Louis. He plans a Thursday news conference to announce that he is retiring and will join the Blues in a management role in hockey operations. The 42-year-old Brodeur wrapped up a 22-year career with St. Louis after signing as a...
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January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Brodeur to retire, take job in Blues' front office

ST. LOUIS -- Martin Brodeur will be staying with the Blues, but not as a goaltender, according to a report early Tuesday afternoon. Chris Johnson of Sports Net wrote that two sources confirmed the 42-year-old will be taking a job in the Blues' front office, ending his illustrious career. Jeremy Rutherford of The Post-Dispatch reported Brodeur will announce his retirement later today...
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January 27, 2015  |  Discuss

Report: Doug Armstrong may offer Martin Brodeur a front office job

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...
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January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Blues want Brodeur back, so now it's up to him

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...
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January 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Blues give G Martin Brodeur one-week leave of absence

  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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January 14, 2015  |  Discuss

What’s next for Martin Brodeur?

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 […] The post What’s next for Martin Brodeur? appeared first on Along the Boards.
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January 14, 2015  |  Discuss
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