No active goalie has had a better career than Martin Brodeur. The 650 wins and counting, three Stanley Cups, and an arena's worth of clutch saves have him on the short list of all-time greats.
Considering retirement last offseason, Brodeur, 39, is now leaning toward at least one more season with the New Jersey Devils.
The Devils are the only franchise he's known after New Jersey made him its first-round pick in 1990. He had a brief taste of the NHL in 1991, and was there to stay in 1993.
Brodeur is in the final year of his contract, and for him, playing anywhere but the Garden State seems impossible to consider.
Brodeur shook off an early-season shoulder injury, and is healthy and raring to go for another shot at a fourth Stanley Cup. His 26 wins are three more than last season's total.