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Martin Brodeur Says He Would Play For The Montreal Canadiens

from QMI AGENCY at the Toronto Sun,

Goaltender Martin Brodeur says he'd be willing to finish his Hall of Fame career with his hometown Montreal Canadiens.

The 42-year-old has previously said he's “80% sure” he’s coming back for a 21ST NHL season and told QMI Agency this week that he would have no problem backing up Carey Price in net.

"I would like to play one last season before retiring and I want to have fun doing it," said the three-time Stanley Cup winner.

"If the Canadiens made me an offer, it goes without saying that I would listen to what they have to offer me."

Canadiens general manager Marc Bergevin is not among the NHL executives who has contacted Brodeur this summer.

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