ST. LOUIS - Reports indicate legendary goaltender Martin Brodeur will announce his retirement this week.
Several media outlets, including TSN, Sportsnet and the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, are reporting that Brodeur has accepted a position with the Blues' front office.
There was no official word from the team but reports indicate Brodeur is expected to make an official announcement on Thursday.
Brodeur was recently given a leave of absence to think about his future plans.
The 42-year-old Montreal native made his NHL debut with New Jersey in 1991-92 and remained with the Devils until joining the Blues this season. Brodeur holds several league goaltending records, including most victories (691) and shutouts (125).
He won three Stanley Cups with the Devils and two Olympic gold medals with Team Canada.