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Carolina Hurricanes at New Jersey Devils NHL Post Season Eastern Conference Quarterfinal Game 7 in New Jersey
New Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur stands on the ice after Carolina Hurricanes Jussi Jokinen scores a game tying goal late in the third period in game seven of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey on April 28, 2009. The Hurricanes defeated the Devils 4-3 and win the series in 7 games. (UPI Photo/John Angelillo)
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Martin Pierre Brodeur (French pronunciation: ; born May 6, 1972) is a Canadian ice hockey goaltender who has played his entire National Hockey League (NHL) career with the New Jersey Devils. In his 19-year tenure with the Devils, he has won three Stanley Cup championships and has been in the playoffs every year but one. Brodeur has won two Olympic gold medals with Team Canada in the 2002 and 2010 Winter Olympic Games, as well as several other medals with Team Canada in other international competitions.

Brodeur is the NHL's all-time leader in regular season wins, shutouts, and games played, and holds numerous other league and franchise records. Brodeur won at least 35 games in every season between 1996–97 and 2007–08, and is the only goalie in NHL history with eight 40-win seasons. He is a four-time Vezina Trophy winner, a five-time Jennings Trophy winner, a ten-time NHL All-Star, a Calder Memorial Trophy winner, and one of only two NHL goaltenders to have scored goals in both the regular season and the playoffs.

Brodeur uses a hybrid style of goaltending by standing up more than butterfly style goalies. He is known for his puck handling, his positional play, and his reflexes, especially with his glove hand. Brodeur's prowess in puck handling directly led the NHL to change its rules regarding when goalies were allowed to handle the puck outside of the goal crease.

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