Veteran goaltender, Martin Brodeur, remains a free-agent after parting ways with the New Jersey Devils over the summer. On Tuesday, his agent told reporters that one of the reasons the 42-year-old has not retired is because he wants to get his 700th win.

Brodeur is 12 wins away from 700 and his agent Pat Brisson told Northjersey.com that a 700th win is something he is determined to accomplish before retirement. He also said that Brodeur is looking for a team that will have a strong chance to win the Stanley Cup.

Ideally he would like to win the starting job for whichever team he played for. However, last week he told reporters that he would be willing to play for the Montreal Canadiens as a backup for Carey Price.

“Both physically and mentally Marty is ready to have another season,” Brisson told Northjersey.com. He does believe that the 2014-2015 season will be Brodeur’s last, though. 

 

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Pink Puck Contributor. Dani is currently attending Penn State University and majoring in Public Relations. She hopes to use that degree somewhere in the sports field (specifically hockey, of course). Even though she’s from New Jersey, the Devils will always come second to her Boston Bruins. Living in a family full of Devils fans and college full of Penguins fans, her Bruins memorabilia is often chirped– but she accepts that’s what you get when you cheer for an out-of-state team. She loves following the game no matter who’s playing, though. Twitter: @DaniSanGiacomo

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