The St. Louis Blues have named Martin Brodeur as the team's assistant general manager.
Brodeur, 43, finished his playing career when he retired on Jan. 27 as a member of the Blues.
Following his retirement Brodeur was hired as a special assistant to Blues general manager Doug Armstrong.
The NHL's winningest goalie of all-time, Brodeur spent the majority of his career with the New Jersey Devils, manning the team's crease from 1993 to 2014. In 1,266 games with the Devils and Blues, Brodeur posted a 691-397-105-49 record. He is also the NHL's all-time leader in shutouts and games played by a goaltender. He was selected to the NHL All-Star Game on 10 occasions.
Brodeur has an impressive on-ice resume that includes the Calder Memorial Trophy (1994), four Vezina Trophies (2003, 2004, 2007, 2008), five Jennings Trophies (1997, 1998, 2003, 2004, 2010) and three Stanley Cups (1995, 2000, 2003). He also won a pair of Olympic Gold Medals as a member of Team Canada (2002, 2010).