Brodeur: Beyond the Crease

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Wiley, Jun 20, 2011 - Sports & Recreation - 320 pages
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The autobiography of hockey s mostcelebrated goalie

Martin Brodeur is one of the most successful and decorated goalies in the National Hockey League and in international hockey, and among the greatest goalies of the modern era. Every time he steps on the ice as the goaltender of the New Jersey Devils, he either sets a new record or edges ever closer to some of the most prestigious netminding records in the history of the sport.

A three-time Stanley cup champion, he is the only goalie in NHL history with 10 seasons of 30 wins or more, and in 2006 he set a new mark for consecutive playoff starts by an NHL goalie.

The numbers speak for themselves, but what they cannot express is that Martin Brodeur is at the very heart and soul of the Devils, and one of the team's greatest leaders. And when Canada finally ended a 50-year gold medal drought at the 2002 Winter Olympics in Salt Lake City, it was Brodeur who stood tall in the crease.

In Brodeur: Beyond the Crease, the game's best netminder takes a candid, personal look at his career, his sport and his journey to the apex of the modern game, including updates from the 2006/2007 season.

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About the author (2011)

Martin Brodeur (West Orange, NJ) He has been netminder for the New Jersey Devils for 14 years, leading them to three Stanley Cup victories and winning numerous individual awards in the process, including two Vezina trophies. A three-time Olympian for Canada Brodeur was also in goal when Team Canada captured the 2004 World Cup. He lives in New Jersey with his partner and four children.

Damien Cox (Toronto, ON) is a sports columnist for the Toronto Star, Canada's largest newspaper. He has covered the 1998, 2002 and 2006 Winter Olympics. Cox has also worked extensively in radio and television in the past decade and has been a frequent contributor to Sports Illustrated, The Hockey News, and, among other publications and media outlets. Cox has been named three times to The Hockey News' "100 People of Power and Influence in Hockey."

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