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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: 21 | Salary: /images/nhl/players/170x170/19461.png | Owned/Started%: 4/1 | Average Draft Position: 276.33

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2/10/2015

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues Place Brodeur On Unconditional Waivers

News: The Blues placed Martin Brodeur on unconditional waivers Tuesday, thereby terminating his one-year contract with the team, ESPN's Pierre LeBrun reports.
Analysis: It's just a mere formality after Martin Brodeur elected to retire from professional hockey at the end of January. He'll stick around with the St. Louis organization as a member of their front office.

1/27/2015

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues' Brodeur Set To Retire

News: Martin Brodeur plans to announce his retirement as a player Thursday, NHL.com reports.
Analysis: Per the report, the veteran goalie -- who has been away from the Blues for the past two weeks on a personal leave of absence -- is slated to join the team's front office. The 42-year-old Martin Brodeur, who compiled a 3-3-0 record with a 2.87 GAA in seven games for the Blues this season, finishes up his distinguished NHL career (spent mostly with New Jersey) with an all-time high 691 wins to go along with 125 career shutouts, also an all-time league-high mark.

1/21/2015

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues' Brodeur Extends Absence Another Week

News: Martin Brodeur (personal) has chosen to extend his leave of absence from the Blues by another week, Sean Leahy of Yahoo! Sports reports.
Analysis: The All-Star break will afford Martin Brodeur some additional time to ponder his future, but it doesn't sound like another opportunity will come about with the Blues. Given that Brodeur posted a meager 2.87 GAA and .899 save percentage during his seven appearances with St. Louis, it's hard to imagine another team taking a chance on the 42-year-old.

1/14/2015

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues Brodeur Granted One-Week Leave Of Absence

News: The Blues have given Martin Brodeur a one-week leave of absence from the club, the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Per the report, Martin Brodeur will rejoin the Blues in one week and his future with the organization will be addressed at that time. The 42-year-old Brodeur has recorded a 3-3-0 record, to go along with a 2.87 goals-against average and a .899 save-percentage in seven appearances with the Blues to date.

1/2/2015

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues' Brodeur Allows Four Goals In Loss

News: Martin Brodeur allowed four goals in a 4-3 loss to Anaheim on Friday.
Analysis: The Blues and Ducks traded goals all night but it was Matt Beleskey's wrist shot from in close that sealed the game for the Ducks. After posting a 16-save shutout against Colorado in his previous start, Martin Brodeur allowed four goals on 33 shots. He's no longer an elite goalie due to his age and consistency will be a problem. He has alternated wins and losses in his past four starts. Start Brodeur with caution - even though Jake Allen has struggled, he's still the team's future No. 1 goalie.

1/1/2015

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues' Brodeur To Start Friday

News: Martin Brodeur will start Friday's game against the Ducks, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur was expected to return either Friday or Saturday, and the Blues have made the call to deploy him in Anaheim. With Brodeur in goal Friday, Brian Elliott will get the call Saturday in San Jose.

12/30/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues' Brodeur Will Get Weekend Start

News: Coach Ken Hitchock said Martin Brodeur will start either Friday against the Ducks or Saturday against the Sharks, Tom Timmermann of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Brian Elliott (knee) is back to start Tuesday's game, but the Blues will apparently stick with three goalies. While it seems that all three will have opportunities, the team may eventually want to find a leader among the bunch.

12/30/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues' Brodeur Sets NHL Shutouts Record

News: Martin Brodeur stopped all 16 shots he faced Monday to blank the Avalanche, earning his NHL-record 125th career shutout.
Analysis: The St. Louis defense deserves most of the credit for keeping Martin Brodeur's shirt clean, but the aging netminder deserves a pat on the back for avoiding the mistakes that have plagued him in his previous outings with the Blues. Brodeur is now seven wins away from 700 for his career, but with Brian Elliott's return from a lower-body injury seemingly imminent, his future with the team remains on shaky ground.

12/28/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Devils' Brodeur To Start Monday

News: Martin Brodeur will start Monday against the Avalanche, Lou Korac of the Blues' official site reports.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur came in to relieve Jake Allen in the third period of Tuesday's game against the Avalanche, and stopped all of the 10 shots he faced. He will receive the starting nod Tuesday against the Avs, but his status with the team moving forward will be interesting as Brian Elliott (knee) nears his return.

12/24/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues' Brodeur Perfect In Relief

News: Martin Brodeur stopped all 10 shots he faced while playing the final period of Tuesday's loss to the Avalanche.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur's strong showing was largely ineffectual with the Avs already holding a 5-0 lead at the time of his entry into the game for the struggling Jake Allen. Neither Blues goalie is playing well at the moment, and while Allen will have a longer leash than Brodeur, there should be room for the 42-year-old to see a steady dosage of work until Brian Elliott (knee) returns.

12/18/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues' Brodeur Lit Up For Six

News: Martin Brodeur blew a 3-0 first-period lead and ended up surrendering six goals on 37 shots Thursday against the Kings.
Analysis: Staked to that three-goal lead with four minutes left before the first intermission, Martin Brodeur proceeded to give up the next three goals before seeing the Blues hop back in front, 4-3. And then he gave up another trio of unanswered goals in the third period. It's been a mixed bag for Brodeur since he signed up with St. Louis -- in four starts, he's given up four, one, two and six goals. But Jake Allen has been mediocre, so the two of them seem set to continue to battle for work while Brian Elliott (knee) remains sidelined.

12/17/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues To Start Brodeur Thursday

News: Martin Brodeur will make his fourth start of the season Thursday against the Kings.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur has been adequate backing up Jake Allen since signing with the Blues -- he has a 2.64 GAA and .904 save percentage in three starts. His exact fate remains in question once Brian Elliott returns from IR, but while he remains with St. Louis, Brodeur should be a decent streaming option when facing some of the league's weaker teams.

12/9/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur Wins Home Debut For Blues

News: Martin Brodeur turned aside 32 of 34 shots in Monday's 4-2 home win over the Panthers.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur's home debut for St. Louis was quite impressive, as he weathered a continuous flurry of shots from an aggressive Panthers squad, including 18 in the second period. His impressive play doesn't bode well for youngster Jake Allen, who was expected to receive the bulk of the starts while fellow netminder Brian Elliott (knee) remains out. The Blues play again Thursday, so it'll definitely be interesting to see who coach Ken Hitchcock rolls out there -- especially since the Blues are playing the Islanders again, a team Allen coughed up a three-goal lead to last Saturday.

12/7/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues' Brodeur Will Start Monday

News: Martin Brodeur will start against the Panthers on Monday, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur will play in his third-straight game Monday in lieu of usual starter Jake Allen. The 42-year-old veteran has given up five goals already during his short time on the ice, so it's not a given that Allen won't regain his spot in the net at some point in the future.

12/7/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur Earns First Win As A Blue

News: Martin Brodeur earned his first career win not in a New Jersey Devils uniform in unconventional fashion Saturday, allowing one goal on 15 shots over two periods of relief of starter Jake Allen. The Blues went on to beat the Islanders 6-4.
Analysis: Marty was solid enough to allow the Blues attack to crawl out of an early 3-0 hole against a very good Islanders team. Depending on your league format, we probably wouldn't go jumping on the Martin Brodeur bandwagon just yet, but if you're desperate for help between the pipes or have an extra spot for him, the all-time winningest goalie in NHL history should definitely be on your radar. Furthermore, although it's not yet confirmed, look for Brodeur to get the nod for Monday's game against the Panthers given Allen's recent struggles.

12/4/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur Gives Up Four, Loses Blues Debut

News: Martin Brodeur dropped his Blues debut on Thursday, giving up four goals on 24 shots in a loss to the Predators.
Analysis: Making his first-ever NHL start for a team besides the Devils, Martin Brodeur was defeated by Pekka Rinne, a leading candidate among active goalies for the title of the game's best. The 42-year-old will split duties with Jake Allen in goal while Brian Elliott (knee) remains out.

12/3/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Blues To Start Brodeur On Thursday

News: Martin Brodeur will make his Blues debut Thursday against the Predators, NHL.com's Lou Korac reports.
Analysis: For the first time in his NHL career, the 42-year-old Martin Brodeur will not be donning his usual Devils sweater. Coach Ken Hitchcock decided to turn to the newly-signed backup after No. 1 goalie Jake Allen was torched for four goals on 33 shots in Wednesday's loss to the Blackhawks, but even with a strong performance Thursday, Brodeur doesn't figure to significantly cut into Allen's workload. Instead, most of Brodeur's duties figure to be limited to back-to-back scenarios such as these until Brian Elliott returns from injury.

12/2/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur Signs With Blues

News: Martin Brodeur agreed to a one-year, $700,000 contract with the Blues on Tuesday, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur will officially join the Blues after a week-long tryout. He is 42 years old and is not being brought in to become the Blues' primary goaltender, and thus will serve as the backup goaltender behind Jake Allen until fellow netminder Bryan Elliott (knee) is ready to return to action.

12/2/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur Expected To Sign With Blues

News: Martin Brodeur is expected to sign with the Blues on Tuesday, Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.
Analysis: Martin Brodeur has practiced with the Blues for about a week, and he apparently showed enough to convince the team to sign him to a deal. Expect another update on Brodeur's status when the signing becomes official.

11/26/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur Expected To Get A Look From Blues

News: In the wake of Brian Elliott's knee injury, Martin Brodeur is expected to practice with the Blues for a week. If that goes well, he will sign a contract with the team, Renaud Lavoie of TVA Sports reports.
Analysis: The 42-year-old goaltender entered the season looking for a starting gig, but couldn't find what he was looking for. Elliott may only be out a few weeks, but the Blues have one of the best fantasy goaltending situations in the league so even if you can just eek out a start or two from Martin Brodeur in a head-to-head league, he may be worth a stash if you have a deep bench. If Elliott's situation turns out to be worse, Brodeur could end up as the backup to Jake Allen for a while.

9/6/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

Martin Brodeur

Brodeur Would Entertain Offer From Montreal

News: Martin Brodeur says he would consider joining the Canadiens if the team made him a contract offer, reports TSN.ca. "This is Carey Price's team," said the free agent goaltender. "I would definitely still want to be the No. 1 goalie, but it wouldn't bother me to play in only 20 to 25 games during the season if I know I'll have fun playing within a winning team."
Analysis: Martin Brodeur, who has played all 21 of his NHL seasons with the Devils, delivered a 19-14-6 record, 2.51 GAA and .901 save percentage last season. The Devils did not re-sign him, choosing instead to go with Cory Schneider as their top dog. The Habs have Peter Budaj and Dustin Tokarski on contract, so it would be odd to ink the 42-year-old Brodeur. But stranger things have happened. Marty's best fantasy days are far in the rear-view mirror, regardless of where (or if) he lands.

6/28/2014

Martin Brodeur, G, STL

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, STL

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, STL

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, STL

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.