Martin Brodeur is Proving He’s Still Got It on the Ice and with NHL Collectors
Posted On 07 Jun 2012 / 0 Comment
After a rough Game 3, many people (including myself) thought the New Jersey Devils would fold in Game 4 and make a prompt exit from the Stanley Cup Final. Martin Brodeur had other ideas however proving that at 40 years young, he’s still got the tools and talent to play at the highest level, on the biggest stage in the NHL. And should we be surprised? He does have three Stanley Cup victories on his resume and two gold medals as a member of Team Canada. And last night he looked as good as he ever has proving that not only is he not done yet, but if he continues to play like this, they have a chance to become the fourth team in NHL history to come back from a 0-3 deficit in best of seven series.
Brodeur gets a lot of love off the ice as well. Not only is he popular with Devils fans, he is extremely popular with hockey collectors as well. We invited fans just yesterday to share their Brodeur collectors and quicker than we could say, “glove save,” we had a bevy of emails from collectors wanting to show off some of their Brodeur collection. Check out some of these killer collections:
Ken W’s Collection“He is a certain future hall-of-famer and the best modern day goaltender who holds just about every record a goalie can. He has a great attitude toward the game of hockey and has been extremely loyal to his organization.”Adam O’s Collection“He’s the greatest goalie to ever lace up a pair of skates!”
Adam O has a lot of love for Brodeur as a framed photo in his mancave proves!
Trevor M’s Collection“I flew from Vancouver to Lake Tahoe last summer just for a chance to meet my favorite hockey player.”
Trevor met his favorite player in Lake Tahoe at a celebrity golf tournament!
You've got to have a Brodeur jersey in your collection to be considered a real fan.
Trevor had Brodeur and several other members of Team Canada's gold medal winning hockey team sign this jersey.
Ron B’s Collection"The reason I collect Martin Brodeur is because he has showed loyalty to his team and is an amazing goaltender!"