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Will Martin Brodeur request Devils trade?

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09:51 AM ET 02.09 | It is becoming increasingly clear Martin Brodeur will finish his NHL career someplace other than New Jersey if he wishes to play next season, but not so clear at all where the all-time goaltender will finish this season. Brodeur is expected to ponder his options during the winter recess, to consider whether requesting a trade would be mutually beneficial for him and the Devils, who have their noses pressed against the outside of the playoff window and are in severe danger of missing the tournament for the third time in the past four seasons.

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February 9, 2014  10:01 AM ET

Here ya go Shipper....

February 9, 2014  10:04 AM ET

Put everything on hold as far as trade talks. On the other hand watching snippets of the womens hockey game I couldn't get a good look at the Finland goalie, who just might be very photogenic.

February 9, 2014  10:08 AM ET
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Here ya go Shipper....

Good morning Canuck, the computer is slow, my newspaper hasn't showed up, Wings lost. But I'm still on the right of the earth so everything is OK:)

February 9, 2014  10:20 AM ET

but not so clear at all where the "all-time goaltender" will finish this season


What the heck is an "all time goaltender"?

February 9, 2014  10:23 AM ET
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but not so clear at all where the "all-time goaltender" will finish this seasonWhat the heck is an "all time goaltender"?

I think it is similar to facelift bar.

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February 9, 2014  10:28 AM ET
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but not so clear at all where the "all-time goaltender" will finish this seasonWhat the heck is an "all time goaltender"?

It's certainly not behind the ''all time'' defense.

February 9, 2014  10:41 AM ET
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Here ya go Shipper....

So... I'm to understand that the nation of Canada celebrates it's goal scoring in the Olympics with vast quantities of Budweiser?



Sad.

February 9, 2014  10:54 AM ET
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So... I'm to understand that the nation of Canada celebrates it's goal scoring in the Olympics with vast quantities of Budweiser? Sad.

Also bragging about the Bruins, who are only 7th best record.

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February 9, 2014  12:17 PM ET
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So... I'm to understand that the nation of Canada celebrates it's goal scoring in the Olympics with vast quantities of Budweiser? Sad.

Nope! Budweiser just has deep advertising pockets. I personally don't know anybody who goes out of their way to drink the stuff.

If it's the last bottle at the bottom of the cooler though, it's popularity will spike a fair bit!

February 9, 2014  12:18 PM ET
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No, you are to understand that InBev spent a ton of money on advertising during the HNIC telecast. Everybody knows that most Canadian men drink wine coolers.D'oh!

Bruins suck!!

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February 9, 2014  12:26 PM ET
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Hehehe.Bonjour CI.

Salut!!

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