Retired Brodeur says it's 'not the plan' ever to come back as a player
JAN 29, 1:15p ET | Luke Thompson
Rotowire: Feb 10 / 1:33p ET
News: The Blues placed Brodeur on unconditional waivers Tuesday, thereby terminating his one-year contract with the team, ESPN's Pierre LeBrun reports.
Impact: It's just a mere formality after Brodeur elected to retire from professional hockey at the end of January. He'll stick around with the St. Louis organization as a member of their front office.
Rotowire: Jan 27 / 10:47a ET
News: Brodeur plans to announce his retirement as a player Thursday, NHL.com reports.
Impact: Per the report, the veteran goalie -- who has been away from the Blues for the past two weeks on a personal leave of absence -- is slated to join the team's front office. The 42-year-old Brodeur, who compiled a 3-3-0 record with a 2.87 GAA in seven games for the Blues this season, finishes up his distinguished NHL career (spent mostly with New Jersey) with an all-time high 691 wins to go along with 125 career shutouts, also an all-time league-high mark.
StatsLLC: Jan 27 / 12:00a ET
News: Brodeur, one of the greatest goaltenders in NHL history, is retiring. He plans a Thursday news conference to announce that he is retiring and will join the Blues in a management role in hockey operations.
Impact: The 42-year-old Brodeur wrapped up a 22-year career with St. Louis after signing as a free agent on Dec. 2. He was 3-3 and his final victory was a 3-0 shutout over Colorado on Dec. 29.