While the list of top prospects entering the 2012-13 campaign seems to be growing by the minute, there's one name that may stick out among all others when the 2013 NHL Draft is held at Prudential Center in Newark, N.J., next spring.
Goalie Anthony Brodeur, who just so happens to be the son of New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, certainly will be on the radar of curious NHL scouts and general managers.
"I saw Brodeur play last year and I liked the way he played," Central Scouting's Al Jensen told NHL.com. "He's more of a 'C List' watch to start this year. He has more of a hybrid style, has some of Marty's instincts. He reads plays well and reacts well, shows good quickness and athleticism. He's got a good glove and competes very well. He will obviously get a lot of attention this year, but will be a good watch."
Maybe marty signed the two year deal because he didnt want a non-brodeur to play, and he knew his son was going to have a super skill growth spurt which will make him NHL Calibre by the time his dad retires
I hope he gets drafted by the rangers
and sings in NJ for league min for 20 years cause his dad is GM
Another thought: Lets say he becomes a 1B to Wedgewoods IA. Do we put 30 in the rafters AND on his back?
If I understand it correctly, if he goes to college, he can come as long as he pays his own way through (airfare, there MIGHT be a fee for the ice but I'm not sure). Shouldn't be a problem considering the $$$ his pops is pulling in.