Anthony Brodeur, son of Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, to play for Gatineau Olympiques
Anthony Brodeur, the eldest son of Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, revealed today that he will play for the Gatineau Olympiques in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League next season.

Brodeur, 18, posted this announcement on Twitter: “Really excited to finally announce that I am now part of the @LesOlympiques orginazation! Cant wait for next year!”

Younger brother Jeremy was selected by the Oshawa Generals in the Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection in early April. Also a goalie, he was taken 154th overall in the eighth round. Devils coach Pete DeBoer owns a minor share in the Generals.

Jeremy posted this on Twitter: “Congrats to @abrodeur30 on going to play in the @QMJHL for @LesOlympiques !! #goodluck.”

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