The ceremony to honor a legend ranks as one of NHL Network's top moments of 2015-16.
Martin Brodeur Night, when the Devils retired his No. 30, came in 20th on the NHL Network list. Brodeur's number was raised to the Prudential Center rafters on Feb. 9, joining those of former teammates Scott Stevens, Ken Daneyko and Scott Niedermayer:
Feb. 9, 2016: Devils retire Martin Brodeur's No. 30
"Brodeur, who led the Devils to three Stanley Cup championships and set a host of NHL goaltending records, has his No. 30 retired by the Devils in a ceremony at Prudential Center before facing the Oilers.
Brodeur, who played 20 years in New Jersey, is overcome with emotion when the Devils unveil a bronze statue that now stands outside Prudential Center.
The No. 20 pick in the 1990 NHL Draft, Brodeur was a nine-time All-Star and four-time Vezina Trophy winner. He holds NHL career goaltending records for wins (691), shutouts (125), games played (1,266) and minutes played (74,439). In the Stanley Cup Playoffs, Brodeur ranks first in shutouts (24) and second in wins (113) behind Patrick Roy (151)."
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