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Martin Pierre Brodeur was born on 6 May 1972, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada, and is a retired professional ice hockey player, best known to play in the National Hockey League (NHL) as a goaltender, from 1991 to 2015. All of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Martin Brodeur? As of mid-2017, sources estimate a net worth that is at $55 million, mostly earned through success in ice hockey. He won two Olympic gold medals with Team Canada, and is regarded as one of the greatest goaltenders of all time. All of his achievements ensured the position of his wealth.
Martin Brodeur Net Worth $55 million
Martin started his ice hockey career as a forward, then played as goalie when his coach asked him to play as a backup at the position. He was taught a variety of styles at goaltending, and became a part of the Quebec Major Junior League. He played with the Saint-Hyacinthe Laser, leading him to get several honors. He then joined the 1990 NHL Entry Draft and was selected in the first round by the New Jersey Devils.
He made his NFL debut, and would become a fulltime player in the 1993 season. He gained a lot of recognition for the best rookie award, the Calder Trophy. He helped the Devils get the second best record in the league, and they would reach the Eastern Conference Finals. They made their first Stanley Cup appearance in the extended lockout season, which they would win against the Detroit Red Wings. He became part of the All-Star game in 1995 and would play in the 1996 World Cup of Hockey with Team Canada, which they lost in the finals. In 1996, New Jersey would finish third in the league. He was named to the All-Star team again, and won the Jennings Trophy. He became the second goaltender to score in the playoffs in NHL history, but they lost in the first round of the playoffs and they would also be eliminated in the first round of the 1998 season’s playoffs.
In 1999, he made his second career goal in a game against the Flyers. They would go on to make the Stanley Cup final that year against the Dallas Stars, and won their second Stanley Cup Championship in six years. He continued to play consistently, reaching the 40-win mark the following season, the third time in his career. They made back-to-back Stanley Cup appearances, but lost against the Colorado Avalanche. In 2001, he was an MVP Candidate, and would win the Vezina Trophy the following year. He also won the Jennings Trophy Again, and was a Hart Memorial Trophy finalist.
He won a second consecutive Vezina Trophy in 2003, but would lose in the first round of the playoffs.
Due to his play of getting behind the net to handle the puck, the league instated what would be called the “Brodeur Rule” which prevented goaltenders from playing the puck behind the goal line. He signed a contract extension in 2006 worth $31.2 million over six years, which would increase his net worth significantly. He continued adding to his impressive resume, and would reach the second round of the playoffs. 2006 marked his ninth All-Star game appearance, and his third Vezina Trophy win, setting records once again. He tied the NHL record for most wins in a single season in 2007 at 47, and became the second goalie in NHL history to reach 500 wins. He would break numerous goaltender records in 2009, and would set a win streak which would push him near the all-time win record. He would consistently perform well, and would help the Devils make another Stanley Cup Finals appearance. He remained with the Devils until 2014, when he joined the St. Louis Blues, but then retired in 2015.
For his personal life, it is known that Martin was married to Melanie Dubois(1995-2005) and they have four children. He would then marry Genevieve Nault in 2008; they have a son together.
|Full Name||Martin Brodeur|
|Net Worth||$55 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 6, 1972|
|Place Of Birth||Montréal, Québec, Canada|
|Height||6' 2" (1.88 m)|
|Profession||Ice hockey goaltender|
|Spouse||Genevieve Nault (m. 2008), Melanie Dubois (m. 1995–2005)|
|Children||Anthony Brodeur, Jeremy Brodeur, William Brodeur, Maxime Philippe Brodeur, Annabelle Antoinette Brodeur|
|Parents||Denis Brodeur, Mireille Brodeur|
|Siblings||Denis Brodeur Jr., Line Brodeur, Claude Brodeur, Sylvie Brodeur|
|Awards||Vezina Trophy, Calder Memorial Trophy, William M. Jennings Trophy, Outstanding Performance Under Pressure ESPY Award|
|Nominations||Hart Memorial Trophy, Best NHL Player ESPY Award|
|1||Pictured on one of six 'permanent' Canadian commemorative postage stamps celebrating NHL Great Canadian Goalies, issued 1 October 2015. Others honored in this set were Johnny Bower, Ken Dryden, Tony Esposito, Bernie Parent, and Lorne Worsley (as Gump Worsley).|
|2||Youngest goaltender in NHL history to reach the 300, 400 and 500 regular season win plateaus, and the only goaltender to reach 600 regular season wins.|
|3||Announced retirement. Brodeur will take a front-office position with the St. Louis Blues, which he signed with on December 1st after 21 seasons with the New Jersey Devils. Brodeur finishes his career 691-397-105, including 125 shutouts. [January 29, 2015].|
|4||Playing Goaltender For The New Jersey Devils [August 2002]|
|5||Invited to attend Team Canada's 5-day Olympic orientation camp on Aug 15th that starts in Vancouver. [August 2005]|
|6||His second wife was married to Brodeur's first wife's brother.|
|7||Won the World Cup in 2004|
|8||Won the 2004 Vezina Trophy for being the NHL best goalie during the 2003-2004 season.|
|9||Named to the World Cup roster for Team Canada, along with 13 other NHLers who also won gold in the 2002 Olympics, in Salt Lake City.|
|10||Three-time Stanley Cup winner with the New Jersey Devils (1995, 2000, 2003).|
|11||Won the 2003 Stanley Cup with the New Jersey Devils.|
|12||As of the end of the 2003 season, winner of the William M. Jennings Trophy (1997, 1998, 2003).|
|13||In addition to 3 sons, Martin & Melanie have a daughter Annabelle, born during the 2001 - 2002 season. He wears all four of their initials on his helmet.|
|14||New Jersey's 1st choice, 20th overall, in 1990 Entry Draft|
|15||Hosts a charity golf tournament in Montreal during off-season|
|16||Children with ex-wife Melanie: Anthony (June 8, 1995), William and Jeremy (October 29, 1996), Anabelle (March 14, 2002). Children with current wife Geneviève: Maxime Philippe (November 23, 2009).|
|17||Martin's father, Denis Brodeur, is the long-time photographer for both the Montreal Expos and Montreal Canadiens. His dad also was a bronze medal winner as goalie on the 1956 Canadian Olympic team and was a minor league shortstop briefly in North Dakota.|
|The Vinnie Langdon Show||2016||TV Series|
|The Game 365||2006||TV Series|
|Les Boys IV||2005||Lui-même|
|2008 NHL Awards||2008||TV Special||Himself|
|Soul of a Champion||2006||TV Series||Himself|
|Hockey Night in Canada||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|It's Our Game: Team Canada's Victory at the 2004 World Cup of Hockey||2004||Video documentary||Himself|
|Tout le monde en parle||2004||TV Series||Himself|
|2004 NHL Awards||2004||TV Special||Himself|
|2003 NHL Awards||2003||TV Special||Himself|
|Rocket Power||2002||TV Series||Himself|
|Gold Rush 2002||2002||Video documentary||Team Canada Goaltender|
|Salt Lake City 2002: XIX Olympic Winter Games||2002||TV Mini-Series||Himself|
|Lord Stanley's Cup: Hockey's Ultimate Prize||2000||Video documentary||Himself|
|The NHL's Masked Men: The Last Line of Defense||1998||Video documentary||Himself|
|Rome Is Burning||2008||TV Series||Himself|