Martin Brodeur is a four-time Olympian and two-time Olympic gold medallist, having been part of the victorious Canadian teams at Salt Lake City 2002 and Vancouver 2010.
Brodeur made his Olympic debut at Nagano 1998 as the back-up goaltender but did not see any game action. He started five games in Salt Lake City, including the gold medal game against the United States. He appeared in four games at Turin 2006, including the quarterfinal loss to Russia. He started two preliminary round games in Vancouver en route to the gold medal.
Brodeur has represented Canada twice at the IIHF World Championship, winning silver in 1996 and 2005. He backstopped Canada to gold at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey after finishing second in 1996.
Brodeur is a three-time Stanley Cup champion (1995, 2000, 2003) with the New Jersey Devils.
Getting to know…
Father of four – Anthony, twins Jeremy and William, and daughter Anabelle … Married Geneviève Nault in Dominican Republic in 2008 … Actively supports Montreal Children’s Hospital … Has charity golf tournament in Montreal during off-season … Son of Mireille and Denis Brodeur, longtime photographer of NHL’s Montreal Canadiens and MLB’s Montreal Expos and 1956 Olympic bronze medallist goaltender … Has two brothers, Claude and Denis Jr., and two sisters, Line and Sylvie … New Jersey’s 1st choice, 20th overall, in 1990 Entry Draft.
|1998 Nagano||Olympic Winter Games||Ice Hockey||Men||4|
|2002 Salt Lake City||Olympic Winter Games||Ice Hockey||Men||Gold|
|2006 Turin||Olympic Winter Games||Ice Hockey||Men||7|
|2010 Vancouver||Olympic Winter Games||Ice Hockey||Men||Gold|
Notable International Results
World Championship Results: 2005 (Vienna, AUT): Silver 1996 (Vienna, AUT): Silver
2009-10: Selected to his fourth Olympic Team ... 16th NHL/Devils season ... Second goaltender in NHL history (Patrick Roy, 1,029) to reach 1,000 games played mark ... Passed Terry Sawchuk for most career shutouts (103) with 4-0 win (35 saves) at Pittsburgh (12/21/09). 2008-09: Passed Patrick Roy to set NHL record with 552nd career regular-season win vs. Chicago (3/18/09). 2007-08: NHL-record 7th 40-plus win season ... Team MVP for 10th time ... Won 4th Vezina Trophy. 2006-07: Set franchise and career record with 48 wins ... Won 3rd Vezina Trophy. 2005-06: Competed in Olympic Winter Games, posting a 2-0-1 record, 2.01 GAA and .923 SV% as Canada finished 7th. 2004-05: Won silver at WC. 2003-04: Captured gold at World Cup of Hockey, named to All-Tournament Team ... Won second consecutive Vezina Trophy. 2002-03: Won Third Stanley Cup championship ... Won first Vezina Trophy. 2001-02: Captured gold at Salt Lake City Games, posting a 3-1-1 record, 1.80 GAA and .917 SV%. 1999-00: Won second Stanley Cup ... Credited with second NHL goal against Philadelphia on (02/15/00). 1997-98: Canadian Olympian, finishing 4th (did not see any action). 1996-97: Scored goal in NHL playoffs vs. Montreal (04/17/97). 1995-96: Won silver at World Cup of Hockey ... Netted silver at WC. 1994-95: Stanley Cup champion with New Jersey. 1993-94: Won Calder Trophy as NHL Rookie of the Year.