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Martin Brodeur Leaving The Blues Organization

from Jeremy Rutherford of The Athletic,

After​ four years in​ St. Louis —​ a stay​ that​ still seems​ unfathomable​ —​ Martin​ Brodeur​ is​ leaving​​ the Blues’ organization, multiple sources confirmed to The Athletic.

Brodeur played seven games with the Blues, capping a 22-year illustrious career that will land him in the Hockey Hall of Fame in November. He’s spent the past three years as an assistant general manager under Doug Armstrong, but Brodeur’s contract expired in June and the 46-year-old decided to move on.

Brodeur’s next stop apparently isn’t finalized yet, but it’s long been believed that, whenever his time in St. Louis ended, he would be interested in returning to the New Jersey Devils, where he won three Stanley Cups and four Vezina trophies.

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