Devils’ Brodeur To Play Last Game In NJ


The unthinkable may be about to happen. The New Jersey Devils and Minnesota Wild have agreed on a deal that would send legendary goalie Martin Brodeur to Minnesota according to a report from the New York Daily News. The deal is pending Brodeur’s approval.

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With Wednesday’s NHL trading deadline looming, a source told the Daily News the Devils and Minnesota have agreed upon a deal that would send the lifelong Devil and future Hall of Famer to the Wild. The deal is pending the approval of Brodeur, who has a no-trade clause in his contract, and, according to the source, wanted one last home game with Devils.

However, the Wild deny that the deal is agreed upon, according to Rich Chere of the Ledger.

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