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BlueSkirt

Member Since 19 Sep 2002
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In Topic: Brodeur retires, joins STL front office

Yesterday, 05:58 PM

..you're correct, there is no guarantee. But 80 shutouts over the span of 682 games?! It's a safe bet to assume Hasek would've had 40 more shutouts, if he had played 500 more games.

 

Yes, but he didn't.

 

I forgot he retired in 2002-03 and then came back

In Topic: Brodeur retires, joins STL front office

Yesterday, 09:28 AM

This is a message board. The purpose is to share opinions, some based on fact & others based on emotion.

Why does everyone try to convince others that their emotional opinions about #30s departure & retirement have to be altered ?

 

This is why I liked Brooks' article.

It looks at both sides of the issues surrounding the departure & retirement - without saying which side is better, or more "right".   

 

 

Now, there will be nothing but good things to feel in the future about his remarkable career, unless he pulls an "OJ"

In Topic: Brodeur retires, joins STL front office

Yesterday, 07:41 AM

I enjoyed Brooks' article today:

 

http://nypost.com/20...to-say-goodbye/

 

 

brodeur.jpg?w=720&h=480&crop=1

In Topic: Brodeur retires, joins STL front office

29 January 2015 - 09:09 AM

G.O.A.T.

In Topic: Official "Marty Watch" Thread

15 January 2015 - 04:02 PM

I'm being pretty tongue-in-cheek about that return to NJ idea.   I doubt #30 would do it, I doubt Lou would do it.  Both would have to agree to it.

 

He'll get plenty of sendoffs when they have a Marty Brodeur Night, Retire his Jersey Night, Have the 25th Cup Anniversary Night, etc as future events.