Erecting a monument to Martin Brodeur
is as fitting a tribute to his achievements as raising his No. 30 to the rafters.
The winningest goaltender in NHL history, Brodeur will be honored with a statue set to be unveiled before his number retirement ceremony at Prudential Center on Feb. 9. The Devils entrusted the task to sculptor Jon Krawczyk, a New Jersey native and Devils fan whose steel hockey player statue has towered over Championship Plaza since 2009.
Krawczyk has worked with Brodeur to get it just right. When complete, the piece will be driven from California to Newark for an unveiling next month.
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