Legendary New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur was officially inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday.
Brodeur, the NHL's all-time leader in games, wins and shutouts, joined Martin St. Louis, Jayna Hefford, Alexander Yakushev, Gary Bettman and Willie O'Ree in the Class of 2018.
Two of Brodeur's long-time Devils teammates, Scott Stevens and Scott Niedermayer, presented Brodeur with his Hall of Fame plaque.
The 46-year-old Brodeur spent 21 of his 22 seasons with the Devils, winning four Vezina Trophies and leading the league in wins nine times.
A three-time Stanley Cup champion, Brodeur ended his career with 688 wins, 31,540 saves, a .912 save percentage and 124 shutouts. In the playoffs, he went 113-91 with 24 shutouts, including seven in the 2003 Stanley Cup playoffs en route to his third championship.
Brodeur played 1,259 games with the Devils from 1992 to 2014. He played seven games with the St. Louis Blues in the 2014-15 season before he retired.