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Denis Brodeur, father to Martin and grandfather to Anthony, passed away yesterday. He was 82. [Fire and Ice] [Star-Ledger] Best known as a photographer for the Montreal Canadiens, the man also won an Olympic bronze medal as a Canadian goaltender in 1956, saw his son become the most successful goaltender in NHL history and saw his grandson drafted into the same franchise as his son. He lived a full life.
Condolences from all of us here to the Brodeur family.
Sad, sad day. Miss you so much already Grandpapa. Rest In Peace. Je T'aime ❤— anthony brodeur (@abrodeur30) September 26, 2013
One great photograph Denis shot was of his son, Marty, showing off at an early age:
Here's a shot of Denis and Martin:
Here are ten memorable snapshots photographed by the late Brodeur: [NHL]
Here's what I'm sure was a great moment in Denis' life, seeing his son tie Patrick Roy at the top of the all-time wins list:
Ryane Clowe looked good in Thursday's win. [Star-Ledger]
Cory Schneider talks about his pregame routine:
The Panthers are set to announce the sale of the team to new ownership today. [PHT]
Raffi Torres will be out for 3-5 months after having ACL surgery. [Puck Daddy]
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