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Denis Brodeur has passed away

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Colin226    109

That's incredibly sad.. Thoughts go out to Marty and the Brodeur family

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Devilsfan118    742

Ugh did Marty make it there? That sucks. That really sucks.

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Z-Man    28

TG said his flight to Montreal was 12:30, so he didn't know if that was enough time for him to get there.

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Devils Dose    16

I always enjoyed the little pieces they would do about Brodeur and his dad (generally before games in MTL). They were quite the father-son combo. Very sad

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njdevs89    0

That is terrible news... Deepest condolences to Marty and the entire Brodeur family

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The worst part of life...in the end, we're all terminal.  What a life he led though...82 years old, saw his son become one of the best ever at his position...considered one of hockey's finest photographers...his seemed like a life lived to the fullest.   

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SMantzas    313

RIP Denis.

Must have been incredibly proud seeing Marty bring home gold for the first time in decades and smash every goaltending record

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MadDog2020    1,905

Very sad. RIP Denis. And all my prayers and condolences to Marty and his family.

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thefiestygoat    134

RIP, thoughts to the family and friends.

 

Really amazing what he accomplished in his life - Olympic Bronze, raised one of the NHL's all time greats, raised another son who was a pro baseball player and later a photographer like him, grandsons already making their own accomplishments, and he had a sports photographer's portfolio for the ages.

 

Reading the TSN article, you also get the sense of how well liked and respected he was by his colleagues.

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Derek21    49

Condolences to the Brodeur family.

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