Anthony Brodeur was named the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League's TELUS third star of the week on Monday, for the week of Jan. 6-12, 2014.
Brodeur, who is in his first year with Gatiuneau Olympiques earned a .982 save percentage through his two starts last week, allowing just one goal in the six-period span.
The New Jersey Devils 2014 draft choice recorded his first career shutout in the QMJHL, stopping all 21 shots he faced in Gatinuea's 5-0 win over the Chicoutimi Sagueneens on Wednesday for his 9th win of the season.
Picking up where he left off, Brodeur returned to the crease on Friday where he turned aside pucks for another 48 minutes before finally surrendering one in the third period. Brodeur's shutout-streak ended at 194:28, breaking franchise history while establishing the third-longest shutout stretch in QMJHL history. according to a Devils PR report.
Brodeur now has 10 wins in 20 games played with a save percentage of .895 and a GAA of 2.72.