Martin Brodeur Martin Brodeur


BORN: Montreal, Quebec, Canada, May 6, 1972.
HEIGHT: 6'1"
WEIGHT: 205 pounds.
CATCHES: Left.

STYLE: Hybrid. Brodeur is not a typical Quebec butterfly goaltender.
STRENGTHS: Possesses great reflexes; in particular, an outstanding glove hand. Has strong positional play, and is rarely caught out of position. Good focus; plays well in games with low shot totals. Many people consider Martin to be the best puckhandling goaltender of all time - he is like having a third defenseman on the ice. Great disposition, and has the ability to dominate a game.
WEAKNESSES: Can wear down after playing as many regular-season games as he does; prior to the 2003 Stanley Cup, this was the conventional wisdom. Susceptible to low shots and wraparound shots. Tends to put rebounds back into the middle of the ice, although he has improved over the years in this regard.

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