Do you people actually think he seeks out interviews and is clamoring for TV time? My God, some of you just have no clue.
Do you really think reporters, TV analysts, blog writers, etc etc want to talk to guys like Danius Zubrus, Steve Bernier, or Mark Fayne? No one outside the hockey world has ever heard of these guys, and they're hardly relevant anymore to the people that actually ARE in the hockey world. They gravitate to Brodeur because he's always been friendly to the media, he's a hockey legend and people that are typically more interested in other sports still know his name, and they want to make a story out of it. This is nothing new. If people stopped giving it attention and going on and on about stuff that's a non-story and just pure dribble they wouldn't continue to write about it and we could actually focus on things that truly deserve attention.
Yes, I do. I do because there is an easy way to talk to the media while saying nothing - Parise and Kovalchuk were both masters of it - and there is a way to talk to the media while saying everything (Brodeur, Holik, and so forth). Brodeur has already done TV work in Canada and I'm pretty sure that's what he's going to end up doing once his career is over.