Martin Brodeur Wants Out of New Jersey

Ed Mulholland-USA TODAY Sports
New Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur is ready to test 2014 NHL Free Agency on July 1st. He has won the most games of all-time as a goaltender and feels he can play one more season. The 42 year old has played all his seasons with the Devils but he made it known publicly before the NHL trade deadline that he wants out of New Jersey.

Brodeur said, "I've had a lot of good conversations with the Devils, but I'm not inclined at going back at this point. I just feel that with Schneids (goalie Cory Schneider) the organization has to move on. Me being around might be tough a little bit for them. I've got to see what the opportunities are. I'm not going to go somewhere where I don't feel comfortable. If I go somewhere as a No. 2 goalie, it's going to be a team that has a really good chance to win a Stanley Cup. If I go for a No. 1 job, it's going to depend on the situation. I think there are teams that can use me."

Goalies are in low demand this free agency and it will be difficult for Martin Brodeur to find a home with a contending team, or any team at his age.

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