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Jan 27, 2015
Although Martin Brodeur will be joining the Blues' front office, it might only be a temporary situation.
Newark Star-Ledger 6 hours ago

Twitter reacts to Devils great Martin Brodeur retiring to join St. Louis Blues front office

Devils fans, fans of other teams, opposing players and Devils react to Brodeur deciding to end his great career.
Second City Hockey 6 hours ago

Morning Bag Skate: Blackhawks discuss Martin Brodeur's career

Our daily look at Blackhawks news and the happenings around the world of hockey. Hockey is back!! It's been a while since that exhibition on Sunday only qualifies as professional hockey in the slightest sense. Here's the latest news on Wednesday: **Some Blackhawks reflect on the end of the line for Martin Brodeur (CSN Chicago) **The Penguins traded Marcel Goc to the Blues for Maxim Lapierre for some reason. The deal should help St. Louis, though. (PHT) **Stars winger Valeri Nichushkin has begun skating as part of his recovery from November hip surgery (PHT) **SBN's NHL editor, Travis...
Newark Star-Ledger 7 hours ago

There's no debate: Ex-Devil Martin Brodeur retires as the NHL's greatest goalie ever | Politi

Brodeur retires with 140 more victories than anyone in NHL history. Just try to top that.
St. Louis Game Time 10 hours ago

Wednesday Links - Goc Ya!

Brodeur set to retire, and another French Canadian dead-weight gets sent off for something useful. And other things, including more Newcastle Brown Ale spots. "Off-day? *DISMISSIVE WANKING MOTION*" -- Doug Armstrong BLUES NEWS: The day started with news that Martin Brodeur was to officially retire on Thursday and join the Blues front office for the remainder of the season. [SLGT] And then the team thanked him in the only way the Blues know how . . . by riding coattails. #GoodRideCowboy [SLGT FanShots] Then, a bit of an interesting trade . . . the Penguins send Marcel Goc to the Blues in...
Newark Star-Ledger 10 hours ago

Don't worry, Martin Brodeur will be back with the Devils soon

He'll begin his post-playing career learning the ropes with the St. Louis Blues
Newark Star-Ledger 19 hours ago

Martin Brodeur, ex-Devils goaltender, will retire and work for St. Louis Blues, report says

The record-setting netminder will hang up his skates after spending part of the 2014-15 season with the Blues.
In Lou We Trust 21 hours ago

Martin Brodeur Retires with Blues, Will Return to New Jersey Devils as Management

Martin Brodeur will retire on Thursday and will take a front office job with the St. Louis Blues. But he will be coming back to the New Jersey Devils for that front office job offer. Is that a good idea? I question it.
CSN Washington Jan 27, 2015

Martin Brodeur to announce his retirement

One of the best to ever play the game, Martin Brodeur has played his last NHL game and is set to announce his retirement.
New York Post Jan 27, 2015

Devils great Martin Brodeur to retire, join Blues front office

ST. LOUIS — Martin Brodeur, one of the greatest goaltenders in NHL history, is retiring. The 10-time All-Star and four-time Vezina Cup Trophy winner finished his career with St. Louis...
PensBurgh Jan 27, 2015

Pens Points: Winnipeg Game Day

I wish I could say good morning, except it's not morning and it's not good. School canceled. Work not canceled. Laptop is dead. Rafa lost. But it's a hockey night in Pittsburgh so let's check in on what's new. Todays Pens Report has all the lineup updates and other relevant game day details. [Penguins.com] Kris Letang is good to go tonight, and that's ultimately all that matters. Creep on skates Zac Rinaldo won't assault anyone else for at least the next 8 games, which is a low cost of doing business for him. [PPG] Martin Brodeur is retiring after all. He will finish the season in the Blues...
St. Louis Game Time Jan 27, 2015

Martin Brodeur To Announce Retirement

The goaltending legend took some extended time off and came to the conclusion that he should've come to at the end of last season. At the end of last season, Martin Brodeur left the door open for a comeback. The 42 year old goaltender could've retired after an emotional send-off from the New Jersey Devils, but instead, that nagging voice guided him back to the crease to fill in for Brian Elliott. Upon Elliott's return, there wasn't a spot for Brodeur on the ice anymore; after a couple weeks away, Brodeur has had time to realize that it's time to hang up the skates. Martin Brodeur will...
Rotoworld Jan 27, 2015

Brodeur might join Devils front office later - Martin Brodeur (G) St Louis Blues

Although Martin Brodeur will be joining the Blues' front office, it might only be a temporary situation.
St. Louis Game Time Jan 25, 2015

Mid-Season Grades For The Blues

The PD graded the Blues. So did I. Brian Elliott PD: A Me: A+ Duh! #2 in the league in ES save percentage, #4 in the league in overall save percentage, #1 in the league in GAA (all 10 games minimum). $2.5m a season too. Jake Allen PD: C Me: D- 0.908 ES, 0.900 overall. The 2.65 GAA doesn't look too bad but it's 0.8 goals a game worse than Elliott. I know it's a small sample, but so far Allen is 0.909 ES for his career. That is not "goalie of the future" stuff unless we're talking about the future of BK Mlada Boleslav (Marek Schwarz joke!). Martin Brodeur PD: not...
St. Louis Game Time Jan 22, 2015

Hey Blues: End The Brodeur Experience

Trying to keep Martin Brodeur around doesn't make sense for anybody. We have a fan-run paper that we sell outside every Blues home game. Most stories and bits never run on the website. But with the Blues taking a 10-day break for that little game in Columbus this weekend, we decided to run some of our recent stories that are still relevant. This column appeared in Monday's paper when the Avalanche came to town. It's still relevant because Brodeur has extended his leave from the team until next week. *** By Average Joe The Martin Brodeur Experience in St. Louis continues to be an...

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