• Where is Martin Brodeur headed in his NHL swan song?

    Summary of 2 articles · Updated Jun 13, 2014
    But this is big business and Brodeur wants to play another season even though it probably won’t be good enough for the Brodeur name. Brodeur said 2014-15 is "going to be probably my last year." Brodeur, who turned 42 on May 6, signed a two-year contract with New Jersey in 2012 after briefly testing free agency. His 688 regular-season victories and 124 shutouts are NHL records This free agent season will be like none we’ve seen before if only for the simple reason the winningest goalie in the history of th...

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