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Martin Brodeur leaves St. Louis Blues organization

ESPN.com | Updated: 2018-08-28 06:00:17

Future Hall of Famer Martin Brodeur has stepped down from his role as assistant general manager of the St. Louis Blues, according to The Athletic.

The 46-year-old has spent four years working for GM Doug Armstrong, but his contract ran out in June.

Brodeur's 22-year career as a goalie will culminate in November when he is enshrined in the Hall of Fame. He won three Stanley Cups with the New Jersey Devils, is also a four-time Vezina winner, five-time Jennings winner for allowing the fewest goals in a season, and he won two Olympic gold medals with Canada.

Brodeur won the Calder Trophy in the 1993-94 season and overall played 1,259 games over 21 seasons in New Jersey. Brodeur played seven games in his final season (2014-15) for the Blues.

Brodeur was the co-GM of Team Canada for the world championships last May.

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