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Devils to wear Brodeur patch

New Jersey to honor legendary goalie Tuesday prior to facing Oilers

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Martin Brodeur Jersey Retirement

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The impressive statistics achieved by Martin Brodeur on the night the New Jersey Deviles retire his jersey

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The New Jersey Devils will wear a special patch on their jerseys during the pregame warmup Tuesday to commemorate Martin Brodeur. 

Brodeur will be honored before the Devils' game Tuesday against the Edmonton Oilers (8 p.m. ET; NHL.TV, TVA Sports, SNOL, MSG). His No. 30 jersey, which his teammates will wear during warmups along with their own nameplates, will be retired. A statue of Brodeur that will stand outside Prudential Center will be unveiled Monday. 

Tweet from @NJDSk8Guy: Pictured are the warm-up only jerseys to be worn vs. EDM. The last time we will ever see #30 on a @NJDevils Jersey. pic.twitter.com/gSqbaAKcpl

In 21 seasons with the Devils, Brodeur won the Stanley Cup three times, won the Vezina Trophy four times and became the League's all-time leader in wins and shutouts. He currently is assistant general manager of the St. Louis Blues.

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