Next season is 'probably' Martin Brodeur's last

06/13/2014 11:22 AM ET
By Tyler Prado

Devils goalie Martin Brodeur speaks with the media at the team's wrap-up.(AP)
New Jersey Devils goalie Martin Brodeur told The Bergen Record that the 2014-2015 season is "probably going to be my last year."

With Brodeur's contract up this year, he will test free agency and for the first time in his professional career, might be lacing up his skates for a different team. Brodeur doesn't want to leave New Jersey, but he has said that he is exploring every option. 

The 42-year old goalie has been in net for the Devils for the better part of 21 years. During that timeframe, the Devils have raised three Stanley Cups and have been to the playoffs 18 times.

Brodeur's historic career is highlighted by his numerous records. He holds almost every important career record for goalies, which include: most regular season shutouts, most regular season wins, only goalie to reach 600 career wins, and the only NHL goalie to score a game-winning goal. 

NHL teams will be able to talk to Brodeur on June 25, but can't officially offer him a contract until July 1. 

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