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Martin Brodeur retires with a smile and many NHL goaltending records
Martin Brodeur retires with a smile and many NHL goaltending records

Most athletes find it difficult to retire. Not so for goaltender Martin Brodeur, the NHL’s career leader in wins, shutouts, games played and minutes played. Brodeur on Thursday announced his retirement and said he had accepted a position as a senior advisor with the St. Louis Blues. “I’m leaving the game really, really happy,” he said at a news conference in St. Louis. A three-time Stanley Cup winner during 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils, Brodeur wanted to continue his career after the Devils didn’t offer him another contract last summer. He joined the Blues in December, after Brian Elliott was injured, and appeared in seven games, five of them...

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