New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur may be asked to waive no trade clause
In an interview with Rich Chere of The Star-Ledger, Brodeur confirmed that there were talks going on about trading him butt things were not definite up to now. He added that only time would tell what the franchise had in mind for his future.
“I don’t know. I haven’t thought about it until I talk to people, and there is nothing planned yet. I’m probably going to wait. I have no indication one way or the other that anything is going to happen,” he said. “I haven’t discussed it with anybody really about what my plans are going to be for the next 23 games.”
As the Sochi Winter Olympics break come to an end, NHL comes back on the ice and for now the NY Devils are indeed in a very curious state. They had added Cory Schneider as a new goaltender from last year’s draft but with Brodeur still around it will not be easy for him to just step up claim the starting position from the hands of a legend. Brodeur has shown his interest in remaining with the Devils.