The St. Louis Blues granted Martin Brodeur a leave of absence on Wednesday.
One of the things he could be considering during his time away is an opportunity to join the Blues’ front office.
According to hockey insider Darren Dreger, Blues general manager Doug Armstrong could offer 42-year-old a role in management with the club.
Brodeur is 3-3-0 in seven appearances with St. Louis while posting 2.87 G.A.A. and an .899 save percentage.