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 in which he made 31 saves on 33 shots. 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 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. He announced his retirement in late January 2015, ending his NHL career with league-record 691 wins and 125 shutouts.
In 2018, he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
A little more about Martin
Father Denis Brodeur was a longtime photographer of the NHL’s Montreal Canadiens and MLB’s Montreal Expos as well as an Olympic bronze medallist goaltender at Cortina d’Ampezzo 1956… New Jersey’s 1st choice, 20th overall, in 1990 Entry Draft.
|Nagano 1998||Ice Hockey||Men||4|
|Salt Lake City 2002||Ice Hockey||Men||Gold|
|Turin 2006||Ice Hockey||Men||7|
|Vancouver 2010||Ice Hockey||Men||Gold|