Even if New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur wins his fourth Stanley Cup championship, he's leaning toward coming back next season.
The National Hockey League and its broadcast partners may have been hoping for a Rangers-Kings Stanley Cup final, but the New Jersey Devils were more than happy to play spoiler.
New Jersey Devils defenseman Henrik Tallinder, sidelined since mid-January due to a blood clot in his lower left leg, has been cleared to play and will be available for his team's Stanley Cup finals series against the Los Angeles Kings.
Martin Brodeur made his first start in almost three weeks on Wednesday.
New Jersey Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur will be out the next seven to 10 days rehabbing his injured right shoulder, the team announced Wednesday afternoon.
Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur left Thursday night's game against the Los Angeles Kings after the first period due to upper body soreness, the team announced.
The Devils expect Zach Parise to play again this season.
Tim Kavanagh looks at who is rising and falling among the goaltenders, examining Pittsburgh Penguins netminder Marc-Andre Fleury's value in the process.