|May 20 6:54 PM PT7:54 PM MT8:54 PM CT9:54 PM ET1:54 GMT9:54 AM 北京时间6:54 PM MST8:54 PM EST5:54 UAE (+1)21:54 ET - Brodeur has signed a three-year contract to become the St. Louis Blues' assistant general manager. Blues general manager Doug Armstrong announced the deal Wednesday.
Analysis: The 43-year-old Brodeur played seven games for St. Louis this season, retiring Jan. 29 to become a senior adviser to Armstrong. Brodeur played 21 seasons for New Jersey, leading the Devils to three Stanley Cup titles and winning the Vezina Trophy four times as the NHL's top goalie. Brodeur leads NHL goalies in career victories with 691, shutouts with 125, games with 1,266 and minutes with 74,438. He's also first in playoff starts with 204 and shutouts with 24.
|Jan. 27 11:03 AM PT12:03 PM MT1:03 PM CT2:03 PM ET19:03 GMT3:03 AM 北京时间12:03 PM MST2:03 PM EST23:03 UAE14:03 ET - Brodeur, one of the greatest goaltenders in NHL history, is retiring. He plans a Thursday news conference to announce that he is retiring and will join the Blues in a management role in hockey operations.
Analysis: The 42-year-old Brodeur wrapped up a 22-year career with St. Louis after signing as a free agent on Dec. 2. He was 3-3 and his final victory was a 3-0 shutout over Colorado on Dec. 29.
|Jan. 14 3:52 PM PT4:52 PM MT5:52 PM CT6:52 PM ET23:52 GMT7:52 AM 北京时间4:52 PM MST6:52 PM EST3:52 UAE (+1)18:52 ET - The St. Louis Blues have given Brodeur a one-week leave of absence, perhaps signaling the end of the 42-year-old goalie's time with the team.
Analysis: The Blues said Wednesday that Brodeur's future will be addressed after he returns. Brian Elliott has recovered from a knee injury, and 24-year-old Jake Allen has been strong in net. That duo has made the starts during the Blues' five-game winning streak. Brodeur is 3-3 with a 2.87 goals-against average in seven games since joining the Blues in December after two decades with New Jersey. He has an .899 save percentage and one shutout.
|Jan. 3 11:54 AM PT12:54 PM MT1:54 PM CT2:54 PM ET19:54 GMT3:54 AM 北京时间12:54 PM MST2:54 PM EST23:54 UAE14:54 ET - Brodeur made 29 saves Friday.
Analysis: Brodeur has a 2.87 GAA so maybe the old man still has a trick or two up his pads.
|Dec. 30 2:02 PM PT3:02 PM MT4:02 PM CT5:02 PM ET22:02 GMT6:02 AM 北京时间3:02 PM MST5:02 PM EST2:02 UAE (+1)17:02 ET - Brodeur made 16 saves in Monday's 3-0 win over Colorado.
Analysis: It was Brodeur's first shutout with his new team, and he's posted 80 minutes of scoreless hockey since allowing six goals in Los Angeles on Dec. 18.
|Dec. 19 2:13 PM PT3:13 PM MT4:13 PM CT5:13 PM ET22:13 GMT6:13 AM 北京时间3:13 PM MST5:13 PM EST2:13 UAE (+1)17:13 ET - Brodeur matched a career high by giving up six goals in a loss at the Los Angeles Kings on Thursday night.
Analysis: It was the 15th time in 1,263 regular-season games that Brodeur had allowed six goals. He had yielded seven in his first three appearances for St. Louis and three in his prior two games.
|Dec. 4 4:24 PM PT5:24 PM MT6:24 PM CT7:24 PM ET0:24 GMT8:24 AM 北京时间5:24 PM MST7:24 PM EST4:24 UAE (+1)19:24 ET - Brodeur, the NHL's goalie leader in games, wins and shutouts, is back. This time with the St. Louis Blues instead of the New Jersey Devils.
Analysis: The 42-year-old Brodeur started Thursday night against the Nashville Predators, joining St. Louis after Brian Elliott was sidelined by a knee injury. He made a fine save in close against Colin Wilson less than a minute into his debut. The Blues signed Brodeur to a one-year contract on Tuesday, though he hooked up with St. Louis last week and practiced fully on Monday.
|Dec. 2 12:18 PM PT1:18 PM MT2:18 PM CT3:18 PM ET20:18 GMT4:18 AM 北京时间1:18 PM MST3:18 PM EST0:18 UAE (+1)15:18 ET - The St. Louis Blues signed Brodeur to a one-year contract, picking up the NHL's career leader in games, wins and shutouts while Brian Elliott is out with a knee injury.
Analysis: Brodeur began practicing with St. Louis last week. He played 21 seasons for the New Jersey Devils, leading them to three Stanley Cups, and had been looking to resume his career since the offseason.
|Nov. 28 1:52 PM PT2:52 PM MT3:52 PM CT4:52 PM ET21:52 GMT5:52 AM 北京时间2:52 PM MST4:52 PM EST1:52 UAE (+1)16:52 ET - Brodeur took the ice Friday at the St. Louis Blues' morning skate, eager to show he still can play at a top level.
Analysis: Brodeur spent the last 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils and leads the NHL in wins (688), games played (1,259), losses (394) and shutouts (124). He joined the Blues on a tryout basis.
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