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Martin Brodeur wins NHL 14 cover vote

Jun 28, 2013, 6:42 PM EDT

The cover star vote for EA Sports’ upcoming NHL 14 video game came down to a goalie who had an incredible year (Sergei Bobrovsky) vs. one who’s enjoyed an amazing career (Martin Brodeur). The software giant announced that Brodeur won the cover vote on Friday, at the ripe age of 41.

EA Sports also Tweeted what the covers will look like:

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It seems like a throwback time for sports video game covers. Michael Jordan graced the cover of two editions of the NBA2K series while Barry Sanders will be the cover star for Madden 25 (at least on the current consoles).

Brodeur is the first goalie to be on the cover of EA’s hockey series since John Vanbiesbrouck took the honor in 1997.

Here’s the reveal trailer:

Brodeur reminds many of NHL 94, but he isn’t a member of the exclusive club of still-active players from that game; that list only includes Jaromir Jagr, Teemu Selanne and Roman Hamrlik.

NHL.com generated a great video as a tribute to the 16-bit era of games, which Brodeur often dominated :

NHL 14 will release on Sept. 10 in North America and Sept. 13 worldwide.

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