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Martin Brodeur deflects Olympic talk despite strong play

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Martin Brodeur has been statistically better than favored goalies to make Canada’s Olympic Team, but he does not want his name in the Sochi conversation. “Please no,” Brodeur said, according to the Bergen (N.J.) Record. “Please no.” Brodeur, 41, is a four-time Olympian and a two-time gold medalist. He’s 6-3-2 with a 1.98 goals-against average, a .919 [more]

Martin Brodeur picks who should be Canada’s Olympic goalies

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If it’s up to him, Martin Brodeur won’t be on the Canadian Olympic Team. Brodeur, the NHL’s all-time wins leader and a two-time Olympic champion, told TSN 1050 that Canada’s goalies at the Sochi Olympics should be the Vancouver Canucks’ Roberto Luongo, the Phoenix Coyotes’ Mike Smith and the Montreal Canadiens’ Carey Price. “I think it’s Luongo’s job to lose,” Brodeur said. “He’s [more]

Brodeur, 41, hopes for one more gold medal

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New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur, The NHL’s all-time leader in wins (658) and games (1,193, and counting) already has two gold medals for team Canada under his pads. But at 41 he’s thinking he has enough left in the tank for one more. “I’d love to,” he told WSJ.com. “For me, playing in the Olympics [more]