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04-08-2013, 03:10 PM
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Originally Posted by Bleedred View Post
I think if Marty gets to the point where his workload is cut by a lot then he probably will retire. If he doesn't then he likely won't look as effective. As we saw early in the 11/12 season when he got injured, and just wasn't working the same schedule that he's used to. You'll notice if he doesn't play that his rebound control because really bad.
I hear ya. I guess this offseason will be a good gauge on how the team and how he approaches his career/retirement possibilities. But IMO, a slightly less effective Brodeur is much better than pretty much all of the other options in terms of talent.

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