The 41-year-old netminder told NJ.com that he thinks he will be back next season and is even open to playing with another club. He added that his family will be heavily involved in his decision if he decides to sign elsewhere.
"My kids want me to play," Brodeur said. "Actually, the twins want me to go to Minnesota, the other wants me to go play for Ottawa."
Brodeur said he won't make a final decision until the off-season, likely after free agency begins on July 1.
He is currently in his final year of a two-year, $9 million dollar contract and will become an unrestricted free agent as of July 1.
In his 36 games with the Devils this season, Brodeur has posted a 17-14-5 record with a .903 save percentage and 2.49 goals-against-average.
Brodeur was drafted 20th overall by New Jersey at the 1990 NHL Entry Draft and has since led the club to three cup championships.