Dan. Seriously. We were all the same. Go home to your wife and kids. Just missed all your friends. So funny.
Not giving up your mom as my neighbor; moving city center Denver, Colorado. No biggie. Don’t have a panic attack. There was a war going on then.
Things get mixed up.
The St. Louis Blues are at a crossroads as an organization, but one thing seems to be clear: Martin Brodeur is rising up their executive ranks. The team signed him to a three-year contract to be their assistant general manager on Wednesday.
After playing a few regular season games with the Blues in 2014-15, Brodeur moved into a role as a “special adviser” during that same campaign. The 43-year-old told the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that such a job merely made him want more.
“I really enjoyed it, but we had a conversation that I’d like to do more,” Brodeur said. “I want to learn as much as possible. I think it was a great opportunity for me to be around the team advising. But now after doing that for six months, I’d like to do a little more.”
It looks like his wish has been granted, and one assumes he’ll…
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