Brodeur signs with St. Louis Blues for one year
Martin Brodeur gets drummed on the red carpet. Hockey Hall of Fame inductees Class 2014 red carpet in Toronto on Monday November 17, 2014. Craig Robertson/Toronto Sun/QMI Agency
Goaltender Martin Brodeur, the National Hockey League's all-time leader in wins and shutouts, has signed a one-year contact with the St. Louis Blues, the team announced on Tuesday.
The signing of Brodeur comes in the wake of a lower-body injury sustained by starting goaltender Brian Elliott.
The future Hall of Famer was cut by New Jersey earlier this year after 21 seasons with the Devils.
The 42-year-old netminder could make his St. Louis debut as early as Wednesday, when the Blues play the Chicago Blackhawks.
Brodeur begins his latest chapter after leading the Devils to three Stanley Cups.
Selected in the first round of the 1990 NHL draft, Brodeur helped the Devils to three Stanley Cups posting a record 688 career wins and 124 shutouts in 21 seasons in New Jersey.
In international competition, he won two Olympic gold medals for Canada in 2002 and 2010 Winter Games.
Happy for you Dad!! Goodluck in STL @MartinBrodeur— anthony brodeur (@abrodeur30) December 2, 2014