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30 Martin Brodeur G
Height/Weight: 6-2/220 | Birthdate: 5/6/1972 | Birthplace: Montreal, Quebec, Canada | Team: | College: | NHL Experience: 20 | Salary: /images/players/unknown-player-170x170.png | Owned/Started%: 49/20 | Average Draft Position: 167.62

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6/28/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Leafs Interested In Brodeur?

News: The Leafs have expressed interest in Martin Brodeur, but they are looking for a backup, not a starter, reports Tom Gulitti of the Bergen County Record.
Analysis: The info came straight from President Brendan Shanahan, who was at the draft in Philly. It's hard to think Marty would go to Toronto and even harder to see him as a backup ... even though that's his best option right now.

6/23/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur Likely Gone From New Jersey

News: Devils GM Lou Lamoriello told the Newark Star-Ledger's Rich Chere that Martin Brodeur "has made his decision," and likely will be testing free agency.
Analysis: There is nothing definite yet, and later in the same sentence, the Devils' GM noted that "no one rules anything out" regarding re-signing Martin Brodeur, but it seems unlikely that he will return to New Jersey. Brodeur, the NHL's all-time leader in wins and shutouts, is just 12 wins away from being the first goalie to 700, but will have to accept a backup role somewhere. Statistically, he was one of the least-reliable goaltenders in the league this past season, and his 2.51 GAA was his highest since the 2005-06 season. When it comes time to fill out your roster with goaltending depth, let someone else gamble on Brodeur in the handful of games he'll play.

4/13/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur's Ends Devils Career With Win?

News: Martin Brodeur stopped 16 of 18 shots in a 3-2 victory over Boston.
Analysis: It's been a tumultuous season for the life-long Devils goaltender, to say the least. Forgetting injury-plagued campaigns, the Montreal native hasn't started less than 40 games since his sophomore season. Whether he hangs up the skates this summer or (gasp) signs with another organization remains to be seen, but it was a no-brainer for New Jersey to start Martin Brodeur (18-14-6, 2.51) in what was likely his last game in a Devils uniform.

4/12/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur To Start Sunday

News: Martin Brodeur will start in net for the Devils on Sunday, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Analysis: Coach Pete DeBoer hoped Martin Brodeur would start on Sunday and it looks like he got his wish. The future Hall of Fame goaltender has had an up-and-down season for the Devils with a .901 save percentage and a 2.52 GAA. The biggest question going into the offseason will be if Brodeur will be with the team, or any team, when the season starts in the fall.

4/11/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils Planning To Start Brodeur In Finale

News: Coach Pete DeBoer said he'd like Martin Brodeur to start Sunday's season finale against the Bruins, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Analysis: Speaking with reporters after Friday's shootout loss to the Islanders, DeBoer said he plans on sticking with Martin Brodeur for the second straight game, assuming the goalie is up for it. It seems likely that the Devils and Brodeur could part ways after the season, making Sunday's game perhaps an emotional sendoff for the most decorated player in franchise history.

4/11/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur, Devils Fall In Shootout ... Again

News: Martin Brodeur allowed two goals on 30 shots and did not stop any of the three shootout attempts he faced in Friday's 3-2 loss to the Islanders.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur's numbers this season have been some of the worst for goaltenders who've played a significant amount. Friday was his first start in several games as the Devils have turned the crease over to Cory Schneider. With Brodeur's future up in the air, don't be surprised to see him start Sunday's season finale against Boston. Despite Boston likely resting a lot of its regulars, Brodeur won't be a terribly sage option in daily leagues as there are a heavy slate of games.

4/11/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils To Start Brodeur On Friday

News: Martin Brodeur will be in the net Friday against the Islanders, NHL.com's Mike Morreale reports.
Analysis: Could this be the swan song for Martin Brodeur as a New Jersey Devil? The goalie hasn't indicated he plans to retire at season's end, but if he decides to continue his career, it likely wouldn't be in New Jersey. After Friday, the Devils will play their final game at home Sunday against the Bruins, so it's possible Brodeur could get his final nod on that day instead.

3/31/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur Gets Pulled, Still Wins

News: Martin Brodeur let in three goals on nine shots against the Panthers on Monday. He was pulled after 26:32, but still got a win.
Analysis: Cory Schneider came in and stopped all 13 shots he faced to help secure that win for Martin Brodeur. It has been a rough season for Brodeur, who is in his final days as an NHL goaltender. If the Devils want to cling to their playoff hopes, Schneider has to be the way they go in net.

3/31/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

New Jersey Turns To Brodeur On Monday

News: Martin Brodeur is in line to start Monday's game against the Panthers, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur, who gave way to Cory Schneider on Saturday, will be looking for his first win since March 11, having dropped his last four turns since then.

3/27/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur Absorbs Shootout Loss

News: Martin Brodeur stopped 25 of 27 shots Thursday against Phoenix, but gave up the lone goal in the shootout to take the loss. He also garnered an assist.
Analysis: That's four straight losses for Marty, but he can't be held accountable for the most recent ones, as he's allowed just three goals on 53 shots (a .943 save percentage) in his two latest defeats.

3/26/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur Will Start Thursday

News: Martin Brodeur will start Thursday's game against the Coyotes, Rich Chere of the Star-Ledger reports.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur has been saddled with losses in his last three starts, but will get another crack at it Thursday. The Coyotes will be without starting net minder Mike Smith, so it will be a good opportunity for the Devils to pick up a win against one of Phoenix's backups.

3/22/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur Makes 25 Saves In Devils' Loss

News: Martin Brodeur made 25 saves in a 2-0 loss to the Rangers on Saturday night. He allowed one goal.
Analysis: He was particularly sharp in the third period when he stymied the Blueshirts on the power play. But Henrik Lundqvist was one better than Marty.

3/21/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur To Start Saturday

News: Martin Brodeur will be in the crease for Saturday's matchup with the Rangers, the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur has lost his last two contests against tough opponents, but won four in a row prior to that. He'll face off against Henrik Lundqvist, and look to get a new streak going.

3/18/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur Allows Four In Loss

News: Martin Brodeur was tagged for four goals on 31 shots in Tuesday's loss to Boston.
Analysis: He's not playing terribly well, with save marks under .900 in six of his last 10 games, but neither is Cory Schneider. Still, after Martin Brodeur's second consecutive defeat, Schneider will likely draw the start Thursday against the Wild.

3/17/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils Going With Brodeur On Tuesday

News: Martin Brodeur will be in goal Tuesday vs. the Bruins, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Analysis: After Cory Schneider was unable to break out of his slump Friday vs. the Panthers, Martin Brodeur was given the starting nod Saturday and will now make his second turn in a row. Brodeur enjoyed a nice run of playing time in light of Schneider's struggles, but he hasn't performed well enough for anyone to seriously consider him the Devils' No. 1 goalie. Brodeur still maintains usefulness in deeper leagues while he's playing fairly regularly, even if his ratios aren't overly impressive.

3/15/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur: 29 Saves In Loss

News: Martin Brodeur made 29 saves in a 3-0 loss to the Lightning on Saturday night.
Analysis: He got no help from his mates on the evening. It was his first loss in five starts.

3/13/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur Will Start Saturday

News: Martin Brodeur will be in the crease Saturday against the Lightning, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur has put together a four-game win streak thanks to some respectable play of his own, but mostly an offensive surge by his mates. With Cory Schneider tabbed to start Friday against the Panthers, Brodeur will get the nod for the second half of the Devils' back-to-back in Florida.

3/11/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur Shuts Down Flyers

News: Martin Brodeur stopped 30 of 31 shots during Tuesday's 2-1 victory in Philadelphia.
Analysis: That's four consecutive wins for Martin Brodeur, though he hasn't generally been as effective in net as he was in Tuesday's game. He continues to play just often enough and just well enough to completely enrage Cory Schneider's fantasy owners.

3/10/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils Turn To Brodeur On Tuesday

News: Martin Brodeur will receive the starting nod Tuesday against the Flyers, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Analysis: Although Cory Schneider hasn't played particularly well of late, with his low point coming in an ugly seven-goal showing against the Red Wings on Friday, it's still a bit surprising that the Devils will go with Martin Brodeur for a second straight start. Like Schneider, Brodeur has been leaky in goal of late, with save percentages below .900 in his last two outings, but he's ridden the coattails of his offense to victories in both games.

3/10/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur Just Good Enough Saturday

News: Martin Brodeur stopped 29 of 33 shots as the Devils escaped with a 5-4 victory over the Hurricanes on Saturday.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur has won three games in a row while alternating starts with Cory Schneider, but that's not to say he's been impressive, especially in the latter two turns. He's compiled a save percentage of .893 over the three wins to plummet his mark below .900 for the season. Now that he's sticking in New Jersey following the trade deadline, Brodeur should take more of a backseat to Schneider in the games to come as he basks in his final days as a professional.

3/7/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

New Jersey's Brodeur Gets Saturday Start

News: Martin Brodeur will start Saturday's game against the Hurricanes, Tom Gulitti of The Record reports.
Analysis: Prior to the NHL's Wednesday trade deadline, there had been plenty of speculation that Martin Brodeur might be traded, but the report notes that the veteran goalie wasn't approached about possibly waiving his no-trade clause. As a result, he'll continue to work in tandem with Cory Schneider, who will start Friday's game against the Red Wings.

3/6/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur Stays In New Jersey

News: Martin Brodeur was not traded at Wednesday's trade deadline and will remain with the Devils until his contract expires at the end of the season.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur's name was thrown about much in the week leading up to Wednesday's deadline, but the future Hall of Famer will remain in New Jersey despite his request to be traded. He is the team's backup at this point, behind Cory Schneider, and should see a handful of starts in the season's final 18 games. The market for goaltenders was rather soft on Wednesday, as the netminders who were dealt were younger and can have more of an impact. Brodeur is just 16 wins away from 700 in his career and very likely could play next season, be it in New Jersey or somewhere else.

3/4/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur Earns 4-3 Victory

News: Martin Brodeur stopped 20 of 23 shots on his way to a 4-3 victory over the Red Wings on Tuesday.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur has been the subject of trade rumors lately, but stuck around long enough to earn the victory on Tuesday night. After losing four of five contests in the month of January, Brodeur has since bounced back, earning victories in his last two starts. Cory Schneider remains the Devils' No. 1 option, however, and it will remain this way for the foreseeable future, even if Brodeur isn't dealt before Wednesday's deadline.

3/4/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

New Jersey's Brodeur Subject Of Trade Speculation

News: Amidst rumors that Martin Brodeur could be traded to the Wild, the veteran goalie is slated to start Tuesday's game against the Red Wings, the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Analysis: At this stage though, the Wild have denied that there is a deal in place, as suggested by the New York Daily News. Either way, it remains a plausible notion that the Devils could decide to move Martin Brodeur in advance of Wednesday's NHL trade deadline.

3/3/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, NJ

Martin Brodeur

Devils To Go With Brodeur On Tuesday

News: Martin Brodeur will be in the net Tuesday against the Red Wings, Rich Chere of the Newark Star-Ledger reports.
Analysis: After No. 1 goalie had an Cory Schneider uncharacteristically rotten outing Sunday, coach Pete DeBoer will turn over the nets to Martin Brodeur as the Devils look to get back in the win column. Brodeur has mostly scuffled in the few starts he's received over the last two months, but he was strong in Saturday's outing against the Islanders, holding the opposition to one goal on 19 shot attempts.