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Apr 15, 2014
Rotoworld
Martin Brodeur reiterated that he's leaning towards playing in 2014-15.
Apr 13, 2014
ESPN Fantasy Hockey
Martin Brodeur made 16 saves in the Devils' 3-2 win over the Bruins.
Rotoworld Apr 15, 2014

Martin Brodeur open to re-signing with Devils - Martin Brodeur (G) New Jersey Devils

Martin Brodeur reiterated that he's leaning towards playing in 2014-15.
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 15, 2014

Martin Brodeur says he's 'leaning on coming back next year,' still would play for Devils 'if it's feasible'

The legendary goaltender also talked about Cory Schneider and Rangers netminder Henrik Lundqvist.

Lamoriello to meet with Brodeur about his future; Signing Schneider to extension “top” priority

Like most everyone else at Prudential Center Sunday afternoon, Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello got emotional in watching Martin Brodeur play what might have been his final game with the team and the support the future Hall of Famer received from the fans. Lamoriello has been with Brodeur since he selected him 20th overall in the 1990 draft and they have developed a close bond through three Stanley Cup championships and Brodeur’s 20 seasons with the team. “I don’t think you could be human if you weren’t emotional and the feeling. He’s a very special human being and he’s a...
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 14, 2014

D'Alessandro: The time is right for Martin Brodeur and the Devils to part, painful though it may be

After 20 full seasons in the net, a franchise player knows it's time to go
Boston Herald Apr 14, 2014
Bruins Notebook: Limited hang with Chad Johnson

Bruins Notebook: Limited hang with Chad Johnson

NEWARK, N.J. — As the backup goaltender for the Bruins this season, Chad Johnson has been everything the team could have hoped for — and much more.Yet it seems quite possible the 27-year-old played his final game with the B’s yesterday during a 3-2 loss to the Devils in the last game of the regular season.The Devils were highly motivated in what probably was goalie Martin Brodeur’s last game with the team, and the Bruins went with a patchwork lineup loaded with call-ups from Providence of the AHL.

Devils wanted to get this win for Brodeur; DeBoer: Sharing net wasn’t easy on either goalie

If the Devils had their choice, they would have been playing today for a chance to get in the playoffs or improve their seeding for the postseason. They were mathematically eliminated from playoff contention on Wednesday night, however, so today’s season finale against Boston took on a different meaning. With it potentially being the final game for goaltender Martin Brodeur in a Devils’ uniform – and possibly the last game of his career – his teammates wanted to make sure to get him a win. “We all knew the importance of the night for Marty, for the fans,” Devils coach Pete...
Boston Globe Apr 13, 2014

Brodeur Wins Potential Final Start

Martin Brodeur made 16 saves against the Bruins in what might of been his final game of his 20-year career with the New Jersey Devils. Brodeur spoke after the game.
In Lou We Trust Apr 13, 2014

A Happy Goodbye to 2013-14 (and Maybe Martin Brodeur): New Jersey Devils Beat Boston Bruins 3-2

Marek Zidicky scored twice, the Boston Bruins didn't play a full roster or give a full effort, the New Jersey Devils did put in a full effort, Martin Brodeur didn't give up any bad goals (but got beat twice) and got a lot of love from the Rock.
Boston Globe Apr 13, 2014

HIGHLIGHTS: Brodeur, Devils Drop Bruins

Devils 3, Bruins 2 - Martin Brodeur made 16 saves in what might of been his final start for New Jersey. Marek Zidlicky scored twice and Jaromir Jagr earned two assists in the Devils' victory.
Newark Star-Ledger Apr 13, 2014

Studs and duds from Devils' emotional season finale

Martin Brodeur was the man of the hour all day long at the Rock.
Boston Globe Apr 13, 2014

Martin Brodeur makes a heel save on Smith

New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur makes a nice save with the back of his heel on Boston Bruins forward Reilly Smith.
Boston Globe Apr 13, 2014

Loui Eriksson buries tic-tac-toe past Brodeur

Boston Bruins forward Loui Eriksson buries the tic-tac-toe goal with help from Carl Soderberg and Brad Marchand on New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur.

Emotional day for Martin Brodeur as he plays potentially his final game as a Devil

Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur admitted it was an emotional day for him at Prudential Center. He played what might have been his final game as a Devil and earned career win No. 688 by making 16 saves in a 3-2 victory over the Boston Bruins. Afterwards, his teammates (particularly Patrik Elias) urged him to center ice to salute the fans by himself. He raised his stick to thank the sellout crowd of 16,592, which stood and cheered whole his teammates slapped their sticks on the ice in their own form of applause. “It meant a lot,” said Brodeur, who heard his name chanted throughout the...

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