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Martin Brodeur reportedly will retire, become Blues assistant GM
Martin Brodeur reportedly will retire, become Blues assistant GM

Martin Brodeur is finally calling it quits. Brodeur, one of the greatest goalies in NHL history and a three-time Stanley Cup winner, will retire and join the St. Louis Blues' front office as an assistant general manager, according to multiple reports. Brodeur was granted a leave of absence from the Blues earlier this month after he struggled in seven appearances with the team. Brodeur, 42, was attempting to relaunch his career in St. Louis after the New Jersey Devils, with whom he had spent 21 seasons, chose not to re-sign him last summer. He posted a 3-3 record and a .899 save percentage with the Blues after signing with the team in December. Brodeur is a lock for the Hockey Hall...

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