Brodeur will be in goal for the Devils' season finale on Sunday.
Brodeur stopped 28 of 30 shits in a 3-2 shootout loss to the Islanders on Friday. The solid showing has earned him the start in the season finale this afternoon. Today, will very likely mark his last start with the Devils--it will be his 1,244th start in the red and black. He is 18-14-6 with a 2.52 GAA and .901 SV% this season.
Brodeur will start in what may be his final game with the Devils.
Brodeur stopped allowed three goals on nine shots before being pulled on March 31st. He was awarded the win (just his 18th of the season) but it was a gross outing. With tonight possibly being the final memory Devils fans will have of the living legend, he will look to bring his A-game. He draws a strong matchup against a patchwork Islanders team, who he is 1-0-1 with a 1.92 GAA and .911 SV% against this season.
Schneider made 21 save on 22 shots in a 1-0 loss to the Flames on Monday. The loss crushed the Devils' playoff chances, but it was no fault of Schneider's. Tonight, he will make his 43rd start of the season, which is by far his career-high. He has gone 16-15-11 with a 2.00 GAA and .919 SV%. Not a bad season for a guy who is playing on the NHL's 24th worst scoring team. Had he started more games, who knows, maybe they would be in the playoffs.
Schneider stopped 26 of 27 shots in a 3-1 win over the Hurricanes on Saturday. He has won his last two starts while turning away 50 of 52 shots (.962 SV%). Tonight he will try to keep the Devils' playoff dreams alive when he takes on the Flames.
Schneider allowed one goal on 25 shots in a win over the Capitals last night. The win keeps the Devils playoff dreams alive, but they will need to string together back-to-back wins as they face the Hurricanes tonight. Schneider is 1-0 vs. Carolina this season.
Sounds like Schneider will start on back-to-back nights.
Martin Brodeur did not face shots this morning which suggests that Schneider will start for the Devils. Schneider allowed one goal on 25 shots in a win over the Capitals last night. The win keeps the Devils playoff dreams alive, but they will need to string together back-to-back wins as they face the Hurricanes tonight. Schneider is 1-0 vs. Carolina this season.
Schneider will be in goal for the Devils on Friday.
Schneider gave up two tallies on 27 shots in Tuesday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Sabres. In his last three games (one relief) Schneider has managed to post a 1.10 GAA and .950 SV%, so the losses can't be pinned on him. The Devils chances are slim, but they are still alive in the playoff race and tonight's meeting vs. the Capitals could not have any more meaning.
Schneider stopped all 13 shots that he faced after replacing Martin Brodeur last night, however, Brodeur was still rewarded with the W. The Devils sit just three points out of the final Wild Card spot in the East, and Schneider will look to leave a tough March behind him as he starts April off with a great matchup vs. the Sabres.
Brodeur gave up two goals on 27 shots in a shootout loss to the Coyotes last Thursday. He has lost four straight started while giving up 10 goals on 116 shots (.914 SV%). You can't pin these losses on Marty, the Devils have been shutout in two of the four and have only totalled four goals. Brodeur enters play tonight with a 8-7-4 record, 2,34 GAA and .907 SV% at Prudential Center this season.