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Retired Brodeur joins Blues as adviser, won't rule out return to Devils

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ST. LOUIS - Martin Brodeur is moving from the crease to the front office.

The St. Louis Blues goaltender announced his retirement today at a news conference at Scottrade Center.

The 42-year-old Montreal native will remain with the organization as a senior adviser to general manager Doug Armstrong.

The 10-time all-star and four-time Vezina Trophy winner finished his career with St. Louis after a two-decade run with New Jersey.

Brodeur holds several NHL records, including most regular-season wins (691), most playoff starts (204) and most playoff shutouts (24).

He won three Stanley Cups with the Devils and was a two-time Olympic gold medallist with Team Canada in 2002 and 2010.

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