Martin Brodeur returning to the Devils
Martin Brodeur has stepped down from his role as assistant general manager of the St. Louis Blues. Martin, 46, has spent four years working for GM Doug Armstrong, but his contract ran out in June.
Brodeur is the NHL’s all-time leader in goaltending wins and has sons following in his footsteps. Son, Jeremy Brodeur, who has re-signed with the Allen Americans is laying his goalie foundation in the ECHL.
Brodeur’s spent 22 years as a goalie and will be enshrined in the Hall of Fame. He’s a four-time Vezina winner, five-time Jennings winner for allowing the fewest goals in a season, and he won two Olympic gold medals with Canada. He also won the Calder Trophy in 1993-94 and played 1,259 games over his 21 season career with the New Jersey Devils. Brodeur’s last seven even game were with the Blues during the 2014/15 season.
It was announced this morning that Brodeur will be the new Vice President of Business Development. It’s an historic move for the team, Brodeur and fans for Brodeur to return to the place where he became a legend. Ironically, he is returning the same year he became a Hall of Famer.
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