Martin Brodeur Shares His Memorabilia

October 30, 2012

Martin Brodeur Shares His Memorabilia

 

I did this interview with Martin Brodeur from his house around ten years ago. We talked about his own unique memorabilia collection, the NHL, the Olympics, the minors, you name it. Martin is one of the greatest hockey players of all time, but he’s also such a nice, easygoing guy; for me, this felt like nothing more than going over to a neighbor’s house, opening up a box of old stuff, and just chatting about what we found.

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