Brodeur resigns from Blues, ready to pursue new opportunities

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Martin Brodeur has resigned as assistant general manager of the St. Louis Blues, the team announced Tuesday.

"I want to thank Tom Stillman, Doug Armstrong, Chris Zimmerman, and the Blues organization for giving me the opportunity to continue my playing career and begin my career off the ice in hockey operations," Brodeur said in a statement. "I am looking forward to the next chapter of my career."

A Sunday report indicated Brodeur left his post with the Blues after his three-year contract expired. The report also linked Brodeur to a possible front-office position with his former club, the New Jersey Devils.

In place of Brodeur, the Blues have promoted Bill Armstrong (no relation to GM Doug Armstrong). The 48-year-old has served as the director of amateur scouting in St. Louis since 2010.

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