Marty is widely considered to be the finest puck-moving goalkeeper of all time. When Brodeur's career was over, he had a career goals against average (GAA) of 2.24 and a save percentage (SV percent) of.906. These are very good numbers for a goaltender.
The New Jersey Devils' Hall of Fame goalie has won two Olympic gold medals, three World Championships, and four Stanley Cups during his career. He is also the only player in NHL history to score a goal on an empty net.
Brodeur is the most successful goaltender in National Hockey League (NHL) history and is third all-time behind St. Louis Blues' legend Glenn Hall and Montreal Canadiens' great Jacques Plante. He is also one of just eight players to win the Lady Byng Trophy five times or more consecutively.
During the 2005-2006 season, Marty Brodeur set a new NHL record by starting every game for the first time in his career. This record was later broken by Roberto Luongo of the Vancouver Canucks. Today, it is common practice for goaltenders to start games they do not have to finish. This is because of the neutral zone trap used by many teams today that forces shots from the point straight at the goaltender if he does not move his feet quickly enough.
Brodeur called it a career after amassing a fair number of NHL monikers. He held the shutout, games played, and minutes records. It's a feat that makes Brodeur not only the first goalkeeper to achieve the 650-win mark, but also the only one to surpass 600 career triumphs. He was also the first goalie to reach 50 wins in each season since the NHL began keeping track of such things in 1994-95.
Brodeur has been named to the NHL's All-Star Game on January 30, 2013 at Madison Square Garden. It will be his fourth time participating in the game and second as a starter (2009-10). The game will be broadcast live on NBC Sports Network and CBC/RDS.
He is the first goaltender to win the Lady Byng Trophy five times. The award is given to the player who exhibits the greatest degree of sportsmanship and gentlemanly conduct upon winning or losing a game. Previous winners include Bert Schneider (1947-49), Terry Sawchuk (1953-55), Glenn Hall (1959-61), Jacques Plante (1963-65), and Ken Dryden (1971-73).
Brodeur has been nominated for the Norris Trophy every year since its introduction in 1997-98. The trophy is awarded to the best defenseman in the league based on voting by members of the Professional Hockey Writers' Association.
Martin Brodeur, G*, 6-2, 220lb (188cm, 99kg), catches He was born on May 6, 1972, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. New Jersey draft, first round (20th overall), NHL entrance in 1990. Amateur Groups: Hall of Fame for the St. Hyacinthe Lasers: He was admitted as a player in 2018. On Twitter, follow @MartinBrodeur: mahr-tan broh-DYOOR More information about the bio, uniform, draft, and pay.
As you can see, Martin Brodeur has overtaken Ron Hextall for the most goals by a goalkeeper and now holds the record. While ten goals have been scored, only five goalies have really scored by shooting the puck into the net. (Those goalies are labeled with SOG in the table's last column.) Ron Hextall has two of those objectives.
Martin Brodeur may have played his final game as a New Jersey Devil, or maybe as an NHL goalkeeper, when the regular season comes to a finish.
Martin Brodeur, G*, 6-2, 220lb (188cm, 99kg), catches He was born on May 6, 1972, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. New Jersey draft, first round (20th overall), NHL entrance in 1990. The Hall of Fame Amateur Teams: St. Hyacinthe Lasers He was admitted as a player in 2018. On Twitter, follow @MartinBrodeur: mahr-tan broh-DYOOR More information about the bio, uniform, draft, and pay.
Brodeur employed a hybrid style of goaltending, standing up more than normal butterfly goalies, however he later adapted to more contemporary approaches. He was well-known for his puck handling abilities, positional play, and quick reflexes, particularly with his glove hand. These skills served him well throughout his career, as he was able to keep pace with the best shooters in hockey.
Brodeur was born on January 4th, 1974 in Montreal, Quebec. He debuted in the NHL with the New Jersey Devils in 1995 at the age of 19. In 1996-97, he won the Calder Trophy as the league's top rookie while playing with the Devils. That same season, he also won the William M. Jennings Trophy for having the lowest goals against average.
From 1997 to 2015, Brodeur remained one of the only full-time starting goalies in the NHL, winning four Stanley Cups with New Jersey/New York City. He also won two Olympic gold medals with Canada in 2010 and 2014.
After 13 seasons with New Jersey/New York City, Brodeur ended his career on April 17th, 2015 by making his final appearance in game five of the Stanley Cup playoffs against the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Devils lost that game 3-1 but went on to win the next three games to claim their fourth championship in five years.
Martin Brodeur (born May 6, 1972 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a Canadian ice hockey goalkeeper who has 691 career victories in the National Hockey League (NHL). During his tenure with the New Jersey Devils, he was awarded the Frank J. Selke Trophy three times as the best defensive forward in the NHL.
He played for the Devils from 1992 to 2017, when he was bought out by the team. The last season of his contract was 2017-18, at which time he became an unrestricted free agent. He has since signed with the Calgary Flames.
Brodeur has won the Stanley Cup twice, in 2000 and 2009, with the Devils. He is also the only goaltender to ever win the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the playoffs.
His 691 career victories are third all-time behind Jacques Lemaire and Terry Sawchuk. He has been named to the NHL's All-Star Game six times, most recently in 2016.
Brodeur has been voted the No. 1 goalie in NHL history several times by fans through the NHL Foundation Player Award. He currently holds the record for most consecutive games played (1,845), most seasons played (22), and highest save percentage (.921).
As you can see, Martin Brodeur has overtaken Ron Hextall for the most goals by a goalkeeper and now holds the record. While ten goals have been scored, only five goalies have really scored by shooting the puck into the net. (Those goalies are labeled with SOG in the table's last column.) Ron Hextall has two of those objectives. The other three goalies did not score but were part of teams that did; one of them is included below.
Brodeur has also been involved in several other exciting finishes to games. In six NHL seasons, he has a record of 95-40-9 including playoffs. His.928 save percentage and 2.48 GAA show that he is one of the best goalies in NHL history.
He first appeared in an NHL game on January 13, 1995, when the New Jersey Devils played the Florida Panthers. In this game, he made his first start and was beaten by a score of 4-1. He didn't stop there though, as he came back the following day and made four more saves out of five opportunities, finishing with a record of 1-1-2. After one season in New Jersey, he moved to Montreal where he has since won a Stanley Cup title. Today, he plays for the Brodeur Sports & Entertainment group of companies which includes the New Jersey Devils.
So, overall, Martin Brodeur has scored 10 goals in NHL games.