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G Anthony Brodeur - Gatineau Olympiques, QMJHL (2013, 208th overall New Jersey)

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01-05-2011, 05:17 PM
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How does that work exactly? Not being snarky, just curious.
what Errettung said, but if you're asking about how it works whether he gets to choose? Well it'll only come up if both teams offer him a spot. Then he'll pick. If only Canada says come up and try out, he'll do that, and if the US does, then he'll do that.

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01-05-2011, 05:25 PM
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Wow he has pretty good stats.

Hope NJ Devils do everything they can to draft him and im sure Marty will have a huge role in that.

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It would be so funny, if he gets drafted by the Rangers.

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01-05-2011, 05:33 PM
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Yes, that is true for hockey purposes. Once you play an over 18 tournament for a country that is your country under IIHF rules. Know I don't know if he is good enough to eventually make a World Junior roster (for whatever country). That's not me knocking him, I'm just not sure how good he is.

He is a dual citizen though. I wouldn't be shocked if he does reach that level if he picks the US. I do know he played his minor hockey in NJ.
Ah, okay. That makes sense. The poster I was quoting didn't say IIHF rules, he said 'the way it works in the US', which I took to mean the U.S. government (which obviously allows dual citizenship until any age). My mistake.

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01-05-2011, 05:43 PM
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Yes, that is true for hockey purposes. Once you play an over 18 tournament for a country that is your country under IIHF rules. Know I don't know if he is good enough to eventually make a World Junior roster (for whatever country). That's not me knocking him, I'm just not sure how good he is.

He is a dual citizen though. I wouldn't be shocked if he does reach that level if he picks the US. I do know he played his minor hockey in NJ.
He also cheers for Canada. I'm sure Marty will let him choose what is best for him without interfering.

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01-05-2011, 05:46 PM
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If you look at the date it is new years eve so I say it means he was un happy that canada lost to the swedes lol
Oh yeah that's what I was thinking. I guess he's a fan of Team Canada since he's used to his dad in a maple leaf.

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Oh yeah that's what I was thinking. I guess he's a fan of Team Canada since he's used to his dad in a maple leaf.
Yeah hopefully he doesn't turn out like Ray Bourque's kids...

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Yeah hopefully he doesn't turn out like Ray Bourque's kids...
lol, he may. He's a butterfly goalie.

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Brodeur's Son.

Hello, i was having a conversation with my friend and we started talking about goalies and my friend tells me that Martin Brodeur has a son that is playing hockey and he is a goalie too.

If someone could inform who he plays for? Also what year can he be drafted if at all?

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He plays for Shattuck and is a 95. So I guess that makes him eligible in 2013.

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Does he play the same style as his father? LOL

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Does he play the same style as his father? LOL
What is up with the LOL part?

Anyways, I wonder if he's grown, he was last listed at 5'9"...he needs to get to at least 5'11"ish at LEASt, hopefully he gets to around 6'-6'1"...



Nik Lidstrom's son plays as well, I think he's eligible for 2013 as well.

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07-10-2011, 06:54 AM
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What is up with the LOL part?

Anyways, I wonder if he's grown, he was last listed at 5'9"...he needs to get to at least 5'11"ish at LEASt, hopefully he gets to around 6'-6'1"...



Nik Lidstrom's son plays as well, I think he's eligible for 2013 as well.
Well, don't really want this to be a thread about Marty but let's just say that a young goalie wouldn't get very far playing that style nowadays.

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Well, don't really want this to be a thread about Marty but let's just say that a young goalie wouldn't get very far playing that style nowadays.
You mean Butterfly style?

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If Coyotes still exist in 2013 they will draft him.

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07-10-2011, 07:05 AM
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You mean Butterfly style?
Is that what you would call Martin Brodeur's style? If it is indeed his style you characterize as "butterfly", then yes, that's what I meant.

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Earlier thread about him; http://hfboards.com/showthread.php?t=860771

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What is up with the LOL part?

Anyways, I wonder if he's grown, he was last listed at 5'9"...he needs to get to at least 5'11"ish at LEASt, hopefully he gets to around 6'-6'1"...



Nik Lidstrom's son plays as well, I think he's eligible for 2013 as well.
They're still, what, 16, maybe 17? No guarantee either is good enough to be drafted. Although sounds like Brodeur's son plays pretty well and he's got the name to give him a boost if nothing else seperates him from some other prospects. Lidstrom's son I'm guessing must be pretty decent because he's playing from some elite hockey school in Sweden. However, theres hundreds of other kids playing out of that plus kids from all over who are draft eligable, so he might not be drafted.

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Duh, Mike Brodeur.

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07-10-2011, 08:08 AM
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Well, don't really want this to be a thread about Marty but let's just say that a young goalie wouldn't get very far playing that style nowadays.
You mean the style that won Fleury his cup a little over 2yrs ago?

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You mean the style that won Fleury his cup a little over 2yrs ago?
No, I meant Brodeur's style. Fleury resembles Sidney Crosby more than he does Brodeur.

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Anthony Brodeur plays butterfly.

Marty's style is not one that can be easily taught.. not even to his own son.

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Is that what you would call Martin Brodeur's style? If it is indeed his style you characterize as "butterfly", then yes, that's what I meant.
Half Butterfly is what Marty plays.

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If Coyotes still exist in 2013 they will draft him.
Nah they will draft Sean Burke son

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Devils fans have discussed him before, often half in jest. Nobody could replace Marty, and it wouldn't be fair of the Devils to bring Anthony in and put such high expectations on the kid to replace his father.

That said, it would be pretty funny if Brodeur retired, only to be replaced by... Brodeur.

But we don't know if Anthony will ever be good enough for the NHL (there are people who say he hasn't inherited his dad's talent), and even if he is, he won't be ready by the time Marty retires.

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