Unable to make a difference, Brodeur quits committee
Saying the NHL is not doing enough to protect its goaltenders, New Jersey's Martin Brodeur abruptly resigned from the league's competition committee, the Toronto Star reported on Wednesday.
"I just don't want that responsibility any more," Brodeur told The Star. "I thought I would be able to make a difference, but I guess I was wrong."
Brodeur, a three-time winner of the Vezina Trophy, was brought on the committee 18 months ago for, among other reasons, giving the five-player group ...
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