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2010 Winter Olympic Games, Vancouver, CanadaFebruary 12-28
 
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Martin Brodeur

Martin Brodeur

  • Sport: Olympic Ice Hockey
  • Nation: Canada
  • DOB: May 6, 1972
  • Career Highlights: Though Brodeur will represent Canada in the Olympics for the fourth time, he's won only one medal - a gold at the 2002 Salt Lake games, where he was second with a 1.80 goals-against average. He's won silver medals at the World Championships in 1996 and 2005, and took part in the World Cup of Hockey in 1996 and 2004. A four-time Vezina Trophy winner, Brodeur has the credentials to easily be considered the best goaltender in NHL history. Last season, he underwent arm surgery that sidelined him for nearly four months, but returned from the first major injury of his career to go 19-9-3 with five shutouts in 31 games. On March 17, Brodeur passed Patrick Roy to become the league's all-time winningest goalie with his 552nd victory. His name was added to another record on Dec. 21 when Brodeur recorded his 104th shutout to break Terry Sawchuk's long-standing NHL mark. Brodeur has made an NHL record 165 consecutive playoff starts for the Devils and has been credited with two goals in his career.
  • Olympic History: 2006,2002,1998
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