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G Anthony Brodeur - Penticton Vees, BCHL (2013, 208th, NJD)

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07-10-2011, 11:31 AM
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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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07-10-2011, 11:46 AM
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Marty is not a butterfly goalie, he says its the wrong way to play goalie. You can call him a hybrid goalie or just say he invented his own style of play kind of like Hasek.

That's why Marty would be better suited as a head coach or GM one day instead of a goalie coach, it's impossible to teach the way he plays.

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07-10-2011, 11:58 AM
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No, I meant Brodeur's style. Fleury resembles Sidney Crosby more than he does Brodeur.
You obviously don't know anything about goal-tending then.

If someone came along with a unique-hybrid style like Marty, understood how to play it, and had the talent, they would be a remarkable goaltender in the NHL.

The problem would be is that it is very unlikely that someone will have the skill-set needed. Looking at it from another way, over the next 100 years their will be hundreds of Roy imitators in the NHL, but few if any Hasek or Brodeur imitators.

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07-10-2011, 12:31 PM
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You obviously don't know anything about goal-tending then.
Ha! Did my opinion differ from yours?

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If someone came along with a unique-hybrid style like Marty, understood how to play it, and had the talent, they would be a remarkable goaltender in the NHL.

The problem would be is that it is very unlikely that someone will have the skill-set needed. Looking at it from another way, over the next 100 years their will be hundreds of Roy imitators in the NHL, but few if any Hasek or Brodeur imitators.
Well, in what way does Fleury and Brodeur play a similar style? Fleury is a pretty modern goalie with a lot of rubber man athleticism added to that. Brodeur has a pretty unique way to every shot, he reacts to every situation in his own way.

And I agree that there won't be any Hasek or Brodeur copies because of the amount of super special talents you need to have to play like they do.

Edit: I saw now that you're a Devils fan. That explains a few things.


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Ha! Did my opinion differ from yours?



Well, in what way does Fleury and Brodeur play a similar style? Fleury is a pretty modern goalie with a lot of rubber man athleticism added to that. Brodeur has a pretty unique way to every shot, he reacts to every situation in his own way.

And I agree that there won't be any Hasek or Brodeur copies because of the amount of super special talents you need to have to play like they do.
Oh I meant to comment on that Crosby comment, I don't believe Fleury and Brodeur play the same style.

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07-10-2011, 12:45 PM
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Oh I meant to comment on that Crosby comment, I don't believe Fleury and Brodeur play the same style.
Well, what did you mean? I just mentioned Crosby to drastically make a point that Fleury's and Brodeur's styles doesn't at all resemble one another.

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Brodeur has 3 sons that play, Jeremy, Anthony and William.

Jeremy ('96) and Anthony ('95) play goalie at Shattuck St. Mary's. William is a forward and goes there as well.

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07-10-2011, 12:57 PM
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Brodeur has 3 sons that play, Jeremy, Anthony and William.

Jeremy ('96) and Anthony ('95) play goalie at Shattuck St. Mary's. William is a forward and goes there as well.
If I'm not mistaken, Jeremy and William are twins.

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07-10-2011, 01:03 PM
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I spoke to Anthony a few months ago and he's planning on going to the NCAA.

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If I'm not mistaken, Jeremy and William are twins.
The next Sedins.

What about his other son, Maxime Phillipe. I heard he was a good prospect for 2027 or something like that.


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I would throw Thomas into that too, as long as your talking about unique style. There is very possibly more kids coming playing this style.

If they can master their style, they will be in the NHL. The huge benefit is that they are hard to score on/predict. But granted they are rare.

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Vancouvers already got the next sedins in training camp... Another set of swedish twins to boot too!

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The next Sedins.

What about his other son, Maxime Phillipe. I heard he was a good prospect for 2027 or something like that.

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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"...

Not trying to be a d**k, but u realize the kid's like 15 or 16. I think it's a bit early to be talking about him potentially being too short.

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I spoke to Anthony a few months ago and he's planning on going to the NCAA.
He has been passed over in all the CHL drafts, so at this point id suggest he probably is a long shot.

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Saw him play youth hockey a couple years ago. Unless he realy progressed I don't see anything that special about him. He is just naturally gonna get attention because of his dad.

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They all are good but not elite. Seen them play plenty.

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Overrated compiler. Hasek's son had a better prime and Roy's kid carried bad teams.

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Half Butterfly is what Marty plays.
It isn't even half butterfly, He only uses the butterfly when he's deep in his net. Marty plays a positional game.

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Overrated compiler. Hasek's son had a better prime and Roy's kid carried bad teams.

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2011-12 Start to the season:
Anthony Brodeur - Shattuck St. Mary's Prep - 10GP 8-1-1 1.90GAA .915% 3SO

The Twins - Shattuck St. Mary's Midget AA - 10/29/96
Jeremy Brodeur 19GP 16-3-0 1.84GAA .923% 6SO
William Brodeur 24GP 10G 13A 23PTS 12PIMs

Pretty impressive

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11-19-2011, 10:44 AM
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Marty will probably draft him.

Why are the other two only playing AA?

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Marty will probably draft him.

Why are the other two only playing AA?
They're just okay. Played against them a few years back. If I remember correctly ones a goalie and the other is a forward. They play out of a travel team in Montclair nj.

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They're just okay. Played against them a few years back. If I remember correctly ones a goalie and the other is a forward. They play out of a travel team in Montclair nj.
Or they play for the Shattuck St. Mary's Midget AA team as seen in my earlier post?

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2011-12 Start to the season:
Anthony Brodeur - Shattuck St. Mary's Prep - 10GP 8-1-1 1.90GAA .915% 3SO

The Twins - Shattuck St. Mary's Midget AA - 10/29/96
Jeremy Brodeur 19GP 16-3-0 1.84GAA .923% 6SO
William Brodeur 24GP 10G 13A 23PTS 12PIMs

Pretty impressive
William Brodeur F 9 L 10/29/1996 5′-10″ 133 Essex Fells, NJ 43 14 21 35 40

Jeremy Brodeur G 9 L 10/29/1996 5-10 139 Essex Fells, NJ 30 1479 25 5 0 1.83 0.917 8 1 55

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They're late 96's so Freshman playing Midget AA

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