Martin Brodeur
Martin Pierre Brodeur
Goalie
Left-Handed Catcher
Height: 6' 2", Weight: 215 pounds
Born: 5.6.72 Montreal, Quebec
How he arrived: Via Entry Draft
How he left: S
igned as a free agent with the St. Louis Blues, 12.2.14
Year
Team
GP
GS
MP
W
L
T
OTL
GA
SA
SO
GAA
SV %
1991-92
NJ
4
2
178
2
1
0
N/A
10
85
0
3.36
.882
1993-94
NJ
47
46
2625
27
11
8
N/A
105
1238
3
2.40
.915
1994-95
NJ
40
38
2184
19
11
6
N/A
89
908
3
2.44
.902
1995-96
NJ
77
75
4433
34
30
12
N/A
173
1954
6
2.34
.911
1996-97
NJ
67
64
3838
37
14
13
N/A
120
1633
10
1.88
.927
1997-98
NJ
70
69
4128
43
17
8
N/A
130
1569
10
1.89
.917
1998-99
NJ
70
70
4238
39
21
10
N/A
162
1728
4
2.29
.906
1999-2000
NJ
72
72
4311
43
20
8
N/A
161
1797
6
2.24
.910
2000-01
NJ
72
72
4296
42
17
11
N/A
166
1762
9
2.32
.906
2001-02
NJ
73
73
4346
38
26
9
N/A
156
1655
4
2.15
.906
2002-03
NJ
73
73
4374
41
23
9
N/A
147
1706
9
2.02
.914
2003-04
NJ
75
75
4554
38
26
11
N/A
154
1845
11
2.03
.917
2005-06
NJ
73
73
4364
43
23
N/A
7
187
2105
5
2.57
.911
2006-07
NJ
78
78
4696
48
23
N/A
7
171
2182
12
2.18
.922
2007-08
NJ
77
77
4635
44
27
N/A
6
168
2089
4
2.17
.920
2008-09
NJ
31
30
1814
19
9
N/A
3
73
870
5
2.41
.916
2009-10
NJ
77
76
4499
45
25
N/A
6
168
2004
9
2.24
.920
2010-11
NJ
56
54
3116
23
26
N/A
3
127
1313
6
2.45
.903
2011-12
NJ
59
59
3392
31
21
N/A
4
136
1472
3
2.41
.908
2012-13
NJ
29
29
1757
13
9
N/A
7
65
654
2
2.22
.901
2013-14
NJ
39
39
2297
19
14
N/A
6
96
971
3
2.51
.901
Franchise
Career Totals
 
1259
1244
74083
688
394
105
49
2764
31540
124
2.24
.912
Regular Season Statistics with the Franchise
I just KNOW I'm gonna sound redundant as I talk about Marty here.

At the same time, though, what he's meant to the Devils and hockey in general is that important.

I mean, quick reflexes, VERY quick glove hand, does well at playing the angles, excellent puck handler, innovator of
the half-butterfly...

Calder Winner, multitime Vezina winner, multitime Jennings winner, consistently mentioned as a candidate for the
Hart...

Stanley Cup champion, Olympic champion, World Cup champion, record breaker...

And this is WITHOUT going into detail.

Of course, using the phrase "best goalie in the world" would have sufficed.

Perhaps, even "best goalie ever." No disrespect to his idol and all the other greats in the game, either.

And don't kid yourselves about how his career didn't end with the Devils. He felt that it was time to turn it over to
Cory Schneider, so you can put the tin foil hats away about Lou Lamoriello pushing him out.

His brief stint with the Blues did yield one good thing for him: a job as assistant GM after he retired.
Entry Draft: 1990 First Round Pick (20th overall) by the
New Jersey Devils
Playoff Statistics with the Franchise
Year
Team
GP
GS
MP
W
L
GA
SA
SO
GAA
SV %
1991-92
NJ
1
0
32
0
1
3
15
0
5.61
.800
1993-94
NJ
17
17
1170
8
9
38
531
1
1.95
.928
1994-95
NJ
20
20
1221
16
4
34
463
3
1.67
.927
1996-97
NJ
10
10
658
5
5
19
268
2
1.73
.929
1997-98
NJ
6
6
366
2
4
12
164
0
1.97
.927
1998-99
NJ
7
7
424
3
4
20
139
0
2.83
.856
1999-2000
NJ
23
23
1450
16
7
39
537
2
1.61
.927
2000-01
NJ
25
25
1504
15
10
52
507
4
2.07
.897
2001-02
NJ
6
6
381
2
4
9
145
1
1.42
.938
2002-03
NJ
24
24
1490
16
8
41
622
7
1.65
.934
2003-04
NJ
5
5
297
1
4
13
133
0
2.62
.902
2005-06
NJ
9
9
532
5
4
20
261
1
2.25
.923
2006-07
NJ
11
11
688
5
6
28
332
1
2.44
.916
2007-08
NJ
5
5
300
1
4
16
147
0
3.19
.891
2008-09
NJ
7
7
427
3
4
17
239
1
2.39
.929
2009-10
NJ
5
5
299
1
4
15
126
0
3.01
.880
2011-12
NJ
24
24
1471
14
9
52
629
1
2.12
.917
Franchise
Career Totals
 
205
204
12717
113
91
428
5258
24
2.02
.919