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In Brodeur: Beyond the Crease, the game’s best netminder takes a Brodeur: Beyond the Crease traces Brodeur’s career, revealing how he. Brodeur: Beyond the Crease. Martin Brodeur is a giant in the world of hockey. He is the number-one goalie in the game today, and one of the greatest. Brodeur: Beyond the Crease. 2 likes. The autobiography of hockey s mostcelebrated goalie Martin Brodeur is one of the most successful and decorated.

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The autobiography of hockey s mostcelebrated goalie Martin Brodeur is one of the most successful and decorated goalies in the National Hockey League and in international hockey, and among the greatest goalies of the modern era. See and discover other items: Want to like this Page? Customers who bought this item creasee bought.

Excerpt from ‘Brodeur: Behind The Crease’

Still, there are so many new guys all the time in a team league, there are going to be unfamiliar players in many games. The book was written inso there is nothing on the Stanley Cup Finals.


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Return to Book Page. A good, but not great account of the best goaltender in hockey today. Megan rated it it was amazing Jan 24, Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands. He reveals his thoughts and insights on being a Canadian and a Quebecer playing and living in the US; life as a father of four under the harsh spotlight of celebrity; his love of motorcycles and why, in the complicated and high-stakes world of pro sports dominated by accountants and agents, he chooses to stand alone and represent himself at contract time.

An interesting book about goalies, not much of a page-turner though. The Devils’ three-time Stanley Cup champion goaltender severed ties with his agent, Gilles Lupien, in and has since negotiated his own deals, presumably including the one for his book: He has covered theand Winter Olympics. At 18 minutes and counting, I put on my gloves and helmet. He often beat me with a low shot to the blocker.

The ghosted effort to write in the first-person doesn’t work. The book is just about his life up to a certain part I thought that this book was great because if I can find a biography about someone that I like, then it usually turns out to be a good book.

Excerpt from ‘Brodeur: Behind The Crease’

If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? It’s all in my head. It’s free and anyone can join. When we get a new player, there’s usually an adjustment. A great read and a must have for Devils fans everywhere. Write a customer review. Him disciplining his son for act Very well written, it’s like you hit a bar for an evening each chapter and Marty just talked about hockey stuff, teams, games, money, lockouts, coaches serious bromance with Lou how his personal life fit in, the Olympics, growing up in Montreal, his motorcycles.


With three Stanley Cup rings and two Vezina trophies, Brodeur has broken records that seemed impossible. This autobiography also goes into the personal life of Brodeur and how he faced family problems, heyond during the playoffs.

I’ve spent a great number of years listening to Martin Brodeur in pressers and post-games and such, so it’s difficult reading this book knowing that a brofeur deal of his voice is lost in Damien Cox’s translation. Good read and nice to have for a Brodeur fan.

Brodeur: Beyond the Crease

Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? It examines his rich national and personal hockey heritage, and the pivotal role his father and others played in his career, as well as his thoughts and insights on: