The NHL’s Old-Timer All-Star Team for 2014-15

December 8th, 2014 by Jonathan Willis Leave a reply »
On Saturday, 42-year-old Martin Brodeur recorded his first win of the 2014-15 season in a relief appearance for the Blues against the New York Islanders. Whatever happens to the legendary goalie in St. Louis, he's already defied the odds by earning another NHL contract in his 40s. 

That got us wondering as to which old-timers have been most exceptional in NHL play this season. Our answer to that question is this: the NHL Old-Timer All-Star team. To qualify, a player must be at least 35 years old as of this writing and still be playing at a high level. As with the NHL's annual awards, we've put together two All-Star teams and sorted the players by position.

Read on to see which players have been most successful so far this season at holding off Father Time.  

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