33-Year-Old Goalie – Minnesota Wild
Mike Brodeur Contract Information:
Signed by the Wild in July of 2012.
The Senators reassigned Brodeur to AHL Binghamton on Saturday, the team's official site reports.
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While some in Ottawa think that Brodeur could be the goaltending savior that the Sens have historically lacked, his AHL numbers say differently. He did go 3-0 in all three starts at the NHL level in 2009-10, but he had sub-par numbers down on the farm and will likely split duties there this season with 19-year-old Robin Lehner, Ottawa's true goalie of the future. If either Pascal Leclaire or Brian Elliott gets injured, Brodeur could see some time in the bigs, but don't expect more than a few games here and there at most.
Brodeur will likely start the season as the Binghamton Senators' number 1 goalie. Should an injury occur to either Pascal Leclaire or Brian Elliott, Brodeur could conceivably see some starting time with the big club.
Brodeur has missed all of the 2005 preseason because of a bad back. If he sees time it will be in the AHL at Norfolk this season. Brodeur is behind three other goalies in Nikolai Khabibulin, Michael Leighton, and Adam Munro.