Martin Brodeur Jerseys

Check out our current selection of Martin Brodeur jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica jerseys available. Vintage throwback, third jerseys and more. New Jersey Devils and Team Canada. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with women's styles in stock.

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur Red sz M

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur Red sz M
$89.99

MARTIN BRODEUR NEW JERSEY DEVILS OFFICIAL RETIREMENT NIGHT LARGE BANNER 2 9

MARTIN BRODEUR NEW JERSEY DEVILS OFFICIAL RETIREMENT NIGHT LARGE BANNER 2 9
$130.00

MARTIN BRODEUR RETIREMENT FLAG BANNER NEW JERSEY DEVILS BRAND NEW

MARTIN BRODEUR RETIREMENT FLAG BANNER NEW JERSEY DEVILS BRAND NEW
$60.00

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur Red size XL

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur Red size XL
$99.99

MARTIN BRODEUR 30 Jersey Retirement Night OFFICIAL PROGRAM 2 9 NJ Devils

MARTIN BRODEUR 30 Jersey Retirement Night OFFICIAL PROGRAM 2 9 NJ Devils
$90.51

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur Red size L

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur Red size L
$89.99

Vintage Martin Brodeur New Jersey Devils Hockey Jersey NHL CCM Mens Small

Vintage Martin Brodeur New Jersey Devils Hockey Jersey NHL CCM Mens Small
$35.00

Martin Brodeur Canada Olympics Jersey

Martin Brodeur Canada Olympics Jersey
$60.00

Vintage New Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur Reebok Throwback Replica Jersey 54 Sewn

Vintage New Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur Reebok Throwback Replica Jersey 54 Sewn
$59.99

MARTIN BRODEUR Jersey Retirement Night New Era Snapback Hat Cap 2 9 NJ Devils

MARTIN BRODEUR Jersey Retirement Night New Era Snapback Hat Cap 2 9 NJ Devils
$62.30

Martin Brodeur New Jersey Devils NHL Action Photo TW156 Select Size

Martin Brodeur New Jersey Devils NHL Action Photo TW156 Select Size
$43.99

MARTIN BRODEUR Retirement Night 2 9 NEW JERSEY DEVILS New Era Snapback Hat Cap

MARTIN BRODEUR Retirement Night 2 9 NEW JERSEY DEVILS New Era Snapback Hat Cap
$62.30

Martin Brodeur 30 Jersey Retirement Night Shirt 2 9 MB30 NJ NJ Devils

Martin Brodeur 30 Jersey Retirement Night Shirt 2 9 MB30 NJ NJ Devils
$55.51

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur Red sz 2X

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Devils Martin Brodeur Red sz 2X
$99.99

Official Martin Brodeur New Jersey NJ Devils Printed Replica Jersey XL

Official Martin Brodeur New Jersey NJ Devils Printed Replica Jersey XL
$30.00

2016 17 New Jersey Devils Reebok NHL Premier Team Player Jersey Collection Mens

2016 17 New Jersey Devils Reebok NHL Premier Team Player Jersey Collection Mens
$101.99



« Previous1234567

More About Martin Brodeur Jerseys

This legendary Canadian goaltender is the all-time NHL leader in wins (ahead of Patrick Roy) and shutouts (ahead of Terry Sawchuk). He is a 3 time Stanley Cup winner, and has 4 Vezina Trophies to his credit. With such an impressive resume it is easy to see why Martin Brodeur jerseys continue to fly off the shelves year after year.

A hybrid goalie that fuses a combination of butterfly and stand-up styles, Martin Brodeur is certainly a throwback to a different era. However, though his style may be unorthodox (as Dominik Hasek's once was) by today's standards, no one can question that this fierce competitor gets the job done.

Brodeur wasted no time making a name for himself in the NHL. In 1993-94 he played in 47 games, compiling an impresive 27-11-8 record, and sporting a .915 save percentage. The stats were impressive enough to earn Brodeur the Calder Trophy as rookie of the year, and start people talking that this young French Canadian goaltender had the potential to be the heir to the already legendary Montreal Canadiens (and later Colorado Avalanche) goalie Patrick Roy. Brodeur continued to sparkle in the playoffs that year, helping his team reach game 7 of the Stanley Cup semi-finals before bowing out to the eventual Stanley Cup champion New York Rangers.

1995 - Brodeur Wins First Stanley Cup

The next year Brodeur improved on his impressive rookie campaign. He played 40 of his team's 48 games in the lockout-shortened season, again posting stellar numbers. Come playoff time he really shone. Brodeur was brilliant in round one against the Boston Bruins, posting three shutouts en route to series victory. He would then shut down both the Pittsburgh Penguins and the Philadelphia Flyers, leading his Devils to their first Stanley Cup Finals appearance.

No one gave the Devils a chance in the finals. Matched up against Steve Yzerman, Sergei Fedorov and the rest of the powerful Detroit Red Wings, most predicted the Devils' Cinderella run was going to come to an abrupt end. Brodeur had other ideas. He stymied the Red Wings talented shooters, and defensive pair Scott Niedermayer and Scott Stevens were equally stellar in front of him. When the dust settled a stunned Red Wings squad was left scratching their heads, wondering how they could have been swept by this upstart team.

Over the next several seasons Brodeur continued to play the lion's share of his team's games, putting up phenomenal stats year after year. However, it wasn't until 2000 that Brodeur got another chance at glory. That year he and his teammates finally made their return to the Stanley Cup Finals. Their opponent: The defending Stanley Cup champion Dallas Stars. Once again Brodeur and crew proved too stingy for Mike Modano, Brett Hull et al, prevailing in 6 games to capture the franchise's second Stanley Cup.

In 2001, Brodeur again got the opportunity to compete for the cup. This time it was his childhood idol, Patrick Roy, at the other end of the ice. Roy, now with the Avalanche, was determined not to let his protege upstage him. The series was a classic, going the distance. In the end the teacher was better, and Avalanche snipers like Joe Sakic and Peter Forsberg were just too good. Brodeur got his first taste of Stanley Cup Final defeat as his team fell in seven games.

In 2003 Brodeur would again taste success. This time his club faced off against the surprising Anaheim Ducks. Led by another French Canadian goaltender in J.S. Giguere the Ducks had stunned the hockey world to reach the finals. The Ducks continued to prove their playoff run was no fluke, taking the Devils to seven games. However, Brodeur took his turn imparting the same lesson Roy had given him two seasons previous. He shut the door, helping the Devils to a 3-0 win and their 3rd championship in less than a decade.

Martin Brodeur's International Career

Though Brodeur is prominently known for his work with the Devils, fans have had plenty of opportunity to see him in a Team Canada jersey over the years. In 2004, Brodeur was the number one at the World Cup of Hockey (previously known as the Canada Cup). He and back-up Roberto Luongo would help Canada capture the title that year.

However, he is best known for his Olympic hockey performances. The 2006 Olympics were a complete disaster for Canada, and in 2010 he was forced to give up number one status to Roberto Luongo of the Vancouver Canucks. However, in 2002 Brodeur was front and center as Canada defeated the Americans on home soil to win the nation's first gold medal in 50 years. Ironically, Brodeur had supplanted Curtis Joseph, much as he was supplanted by Luongo in 2010, coming out of a back-up role to lead his country to victory.

Martin Brodeur's Records

Though the Stanley Cups and Olympic Gold Medals are no doubt the highlights of Brodeur's hockey career, you can tell by watching him just how much he enjoys chasing down and breaking individual NHL records. Over the past few seasons Brodeur has carved his name in NHL history by setting the all-time marks for regular season wins, and for shutouts. At 38 years of age and some good hockey still ahead of him there is a good chance that whatever standards Brodeur has set by the time the curtain closes on his career may never be broken.