Martin Brodeur Has Possibly Played (and Won) His Last Game for the New Jersey Devils

Martin Brodeur
New Jersey Devils goaltender, Martin Brodeur (PeekYou profile here), widely acknowledged as one of the greatest goalies in the history of the NHL, may have just played his last game for the team on Sunday; after twenty years.

Brodeur, 42, is in the final year of his contract with the franchise, for which he’s played his entire NHL career, and it’s believed that he’ll now be pursuing the free-agent market. He recently was relegated to being the Devils‘ backup goaltender, to Cory Schneider.

Brodeur made 16 saves in Sunday’s game against the Bruins — each met with chants of “Marty! Marty!” — which found New Jersey winning 3-2. At game’s end, Brodeur skated to center ice and waved to the adoring crowd while his teammates stood in front of the bench banging their sticks in tribute.

USA Today writes of it all here.

A visit to Marty’s PeekYou profile will offer you an opportunity to explore the extensive digital existence — in the form of social pages, homepages, fanpages, videos, photos, countless articles, and more — of this world-class athlete.