Martin Brodeur

Martin Brodeur

5 New Jersey Devils Who Are Most Impacted by the Team's Change in Management

When Lou Lamoriello hired Ray Shero to be the New Jersey Devils' new general manager earlier this month, most fans' first reaction was shock. Lamoriello was aging and on the hot seat, but the abruptness of the change caught nearly everyone off guard.

The change may have come as just as big a surprise for players, some of whom have worked with Lamoriello for five, 10 or even 15 years. 

Martin Brodeur's Retirement Starts the Never-Ending Debate on NHL Great's Legacy

Posted 01/27/2015 - 16:50 by HockeyPolls

It's a debate that will rage (or at least, exist) as long as a lot of us live.

Who is the best goaltender in the history of the NHL—Martin Brodeur, Patrick Roy or Dominik Hasek?

With Brodeur set to announce his retirement from the St. Louis Blues (still weird to type) on Thursday, we can finally look at the careers of all three goaltenders and see how each measures against the others.

Brodeur Retires with Slew of Goaltending Records in Hand

Posted 01/27/2015 - 16:10 by HockeyPolls

St. Louis Blues goaltender Martin Brodeur is expected to retire from playing hockey and take on a job working in the team's front office, per Sportsnet.

Is Martin Brodeur's Return to New Jersey Inevitable After NHL Legend Retires?

Posted 01/27/2015 - 14:40 by HockeyPolls

It’s a pretty common script, really: A star hockey player is finally overtaken by Father Time, decides to retire and then joins the team he once played for in a front-office capacity instead of on the ice. What makes this version atypical is that for Martin Brodeur the team in question is the St. Louis Blues rather than the New Jersey Devils.  

Does Martin Brodeur Still Have a Future with the St. Louis Blues?

Posted 01/14/2015 - 19:19 by HockeyPolls

On Wednesday, word came that Martin Brodeur would be leaving the St. Louis Blues for a week, as the team had granted him what it called a “leave of absence”:

Backup Goaltenders the New York Islanders Should Target

The New York Islanders are a team with few glaring weaknesses this year, but there is one—goaltending.

We're not talking about Jaroslav Halak as a starter. He's performed as well as management could've expected, with a 21-6-0 record, three shutouts, .918 save percentage and a 2.21 goals-against average. 

Ranking the Top 5 Moments of 2014 for the New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils will be thrilled to see 2014 come to a close.

During 2014, the team missed the playoffs for a second consecutive season, set itself up to miss the playoffs three years running, and fired its head coach. In short, 2014 has been a rough season for New Jersey.

But, there have been some incredibly memorable and important moments as well. There have been exciting victories, crucial signings and fond farewells.

Video Analysis: Does Marty Brodeur Still Have What It Takes to Be an NHL Goalie?

Posted 12/19/2014 - 14:16 by HockeyPolls

Through four games (three starts) with the St. Louis Blues, Martin Brodeur is 2-2-0 with a 3.59 goals-against average and .882 save percentage. He allowed six goals—one on a shot from center ice—in a 6-4 loss to the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.

After spending the start of the season unemployed, the 42-year-old Brodeur has done little to dispel the idea that he doesn't belong in the NHL.

Martin Brodeur Signing with St. Louis Blues Is More About History Than Results

Posted 12/04/2014 - 15:01 by HockeyPolls

From a historical standpoint, seeing Martin Brodeur back between the pipes is great for the game of hockey.

Brodeur will once again don his No. 30 jersey tonight against the Nashville Predators. The name on the back of the jersey will be the same, but the logo on the front will be different.

Martin Brodeur's Legacy Is Safe Even If Stint with St. Louis Blues Is a Disaster

Posted 12/02/2014 - 23:07 by HockeyPolls

It's going to be jarring. Your eyes will need a minute to adjust the way they would when emerging from a dark bar on a sunny day after a late-morning brunch went on too long.

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