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.
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.