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    Martin Brodeur
  • 6 May 1972 Martin Brodeur was born.
  • 16 June 1990 He was drafted in the first round, 20th overall, from the Saint-Hyacinthe Laser in the 1990 NHL Entry Draft by the New Jersey Devils.
  • 16 June 1994 Martin Brodeur becomes 1st Devil to win Calder Trophy.
  • 12 May 1995 Martin Brodeur ties NHL record getting his 3rd playoff shutout in 4.
  • 17 April 1997 New Jersey Devil Martin Brodeur is 2nd NHL goalie to score in a playoff game.
  • 24 February 2002 Won with Canada Ice Hockey Team won the Gold Olympic Medal.
  • 9 December 2005 Appeared in Sport Movie "Boys IV, Les".
  • 4 March 2006 With a victory against the New York Rangers he became the first goalie in NHL history to win 30 games for 10 straight seasons.

Martin Brodeur Reaches the Goal

Consistent is Martin Brodeurís mantra. He has played his entire hockey career with the same team, the New Jersey Devils. Martin Brodeur also considered the most consistent goaltender since he has won 35 games in each of the past nine seasons.

Martin Brodeur began his professional hockey career when he was drafted by the New Jersey Devils in 1990. He took the rookie of the year award, the Calder Trophy, for the 1993-94 season by helping the Devils reach second place in their conference and getting to the third round of playoffs. Although they were the underdogs in the 94-95 season, Martin Brodeur shined in leading the team to defeat four other teams to win the Stanley Cup. In the 95-96 season, the Devils missed the playoffs, but Martin Brodeur made the All-Star game, set a record for minutes played by a goalie, and went to the World Cup with Team Canada. In 96-97 and 97-98, Martin Brodeur won the Jennings Trophy. The 99-2000 season saw Brodeur and his team win the Stanley Cup again. In 2000-01 Martin had his sixth year in the All-Star game and went to the Stanley Cup although they lost. In 2002-03, Martin Brodeur finally won the Vezina Trophy for which he had been a contender for several years. He also won the Jennings again and made the All-Star team again. That season ended on the high note of winning the Stanley Cup for the third time. In 2003-04 Martin got the Vezina for a second time and followed it up the next year with another win of the trophy.

Other achievements for Martin Brodeur include a gold medal for Canada in the 2002 Olympics, the record for best career goals-against-average, record for shutouts in a playoff in 2003, and the record for the most 35 and 40 win seasons in his career.

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