Aaron Fox has moved to secure the Steelers goaltending position going into the stretch by signing 23-year-old American Jeremy Brodeur.
Brodeur is the son of goaltending legend and three time Staley Cup winner Martin Brodeur.
Fox “We have agreed to bring Jeremy Brodeur in for the remainder of the season. He obviously comes from a great goalie pedigree and has had a really good season between two clubs this year.
“He’s looking forward to coming in and working hard and gives us another reliable option behind Duba if needed. He should be on the ice here in Sheffield on Wednesday this week”.
Jeremy played his junior hockey with the Oshawa Generals of the OHL before turning professional in 2017 with Toledo Storm of the ECHL
After a further two full seasons in North America Jeremy started this season in Peoria (SPHL) before moving to Hungary with HK Budapest.
Jeremy Brodeur will be available for selection this weekend and joins Tomas Duba and Will Kerlin between the Steelers pipes.