The New Jersey Devils are moving on from their franchise's biggest icon, while handing the reins and a big-money contract to little-tested Cory Schneider.
Cory Schneider signed a multi-year contract with the New Jersey Devils.
Not many teams are in the market for a goaltender even if there are plenty of options in free agency, led by Ryan Miller.
After being passed over by Jonathan Bernier as the starter, James Reimer has asked the Leafs to trade him according to Nick Kypreos.
There are reportedly six teams interested in veteran goalie Martin Brodeur. According to TVA's Louis Jean, the Maple Leafs, Penguins, Blackhawks and Bruins are among them.
The Hockey Hall of Fame announced its 2014 class with Dominik Hasek, Mike Modano, Peter Forsberg and Rob Blake making it as players along with Pat Burns and ref Bill McCreary.
Martin Brodeur has built a legendary career over the last two decades. It appears that run will come to an end after next season however.
New Jersey Devils legend Martin Brodeur says he wants to come back next season and will explore free agency come July 1.
Teemu Selanne was honored by teammates, opponents and his home fans after the Ducks lost Game 7 to the Kings, effectively ending Selanne's 21-year NHL career.
Ray Whitney may retire before next season unless he can find the right situation for him and his family. At 42, his options could be limited.

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