Martin Brodeur‘s No. 30 took its rightful place in the Prudential Center rafters, becoming the fourth jersey number retired in New Jersey Devils history.
Watch videos from Martin Brodeur Night, as well as special features about Brodeur that aired on MSG+.
DOC EMRICK’S INTRODUCTION TO THE CEREMONY
Long-time Devils broadcaster Mike “Doc” Emrick begins the ceremony by running down Marty Brodeur’s many accolades.
THE DISTINGUISHED GUESTS INTRODUCED
Doc Emrick introduces the distinguished guests attending the ceremony, including Brodeur’s family, former Devils coaches, current Devils ownership and Devils legends.
MARTY MAKES HIS ENTRANCE
The man of the moment, Marty Brodeur, makes his way down to the ice for his ceremony in front of an electric crowd at Prudential Center.
COMMISSIONER BETTMAN’S SPEECH
NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman applauds Martin Brodeur for his amazing career while speaking at Brodeur’s jersey retirement ceremony.
KEN DANEYKO’S SPEECH
Devils legend Ken Daneyko speaks during the on-ice ceremony, thanking Brodeur for all he did do help the Devils succeed.
PATRIK ELIAS’ SPEECH
Patrik Elias congratulates Martin Brodeur on having his number retired and recalls his great memories as Brodeur’s teammate.
LOU LAMORIELLO’S SPEECH
Former Devils general manager Lou Lamoriello speaks about the impact Marty Brodeur had on the Devils franchise.
Marty Brodeur addresses the sold-out crowd at the Prudential Center and gives thanks to former coaches, teammates, members of the Devils organization and the fans.
RAISING THE BANNER TO THE RAFTERS
Martin Brodeur’s No. 30 is raised to the rafters of the Prudential Center at the climax of the on-ice ceremony.
BRODEUR: CEREMONY WAS SO SURREAL
Marty Brodeur reflects on having his No. 30 jersey raised to the rafters of the Prudential Center by the Devils organization.
STEVENS: MARTY BROUGHT CALM TO THE DRESSING ROOM
Former Devils captain Scott Stevens speaks to John MacLean and Steve Cangialosi after the Marty Brodeur banner-raising ceremony.
DANEYKO & NIEDERMAYER REFLECT ON MARTY’S GREATNESS
Ken Daneyko and Scott Niedermayer talk about playing with Martin Brodeur and how great the future Hall of Famer was in his career.
CHICO: NOBODY DID IT BETTER THAN BRODEUR
Long-time Devils broadcaster Glenn “Chico” Resch explains why he believes Marty Brodeur will go down as one of the NHL’s best goalies of all time.
EMRICK: THE DEVILS CROWD SHOWED LOVE TO MARTY
Mike “Doc” Emrick speaks to Deb Placey about being the master of ceremonies for Martin Brodeur’s banner raising.
2/9: TALE OF THE DEVIL
Steve Cangialosi gives thanks to Martin Brodeur through telling the story of how the Devils and Brodeur came together, his record-breaking accomplishments and the constant desire to win.
2/9: BRODEUR’S INVOLEMENT WITH BARNABAS HEALTH
Martin Brodeur may be known for his illustrious play on the ice, but his work with St. Barnabas Medical Center’s patients and employees is what makes No. 30 even more iconic.
2/8: DEVILS UNVEIL BRODEUR BRONZE STATUE
Martin Brodeur reacts to the unveiling of his bronze statue at the Prudential Center and shares his emotions leading up to his jersey retirement ceremony.
2/8: THE WHOLE PACKAGE
Martin Brodeur’s brother Claude and former teammates talk about Marty’s exceptional ability, confidence, determination and mentality that made him one of the greatest goalies ever.
2/6: MARTY SETS NHL SINGLE-SEASON RECORD FOR WINS
See how Martin Brodeur dominated the NHL and won a record 48 games for the Devils during the 2006-07 season.
2/4: MAKING THE BANNER
Get an inside look at the making of Martin Brodeur’s banner that will be raised to the rafters of the Prudential Center on Feb. 9.
2/2: A UNIQUE STYLE OF GOALTENDING
Martin Brodeur and others describe the head games he used to play with the opposition as well as his distinct style of protecting the net.
1/26: BRODEUR BECOMES THE NHL’S ALL-TIME SHUTOUTS LEADER
A record that stood for nearly 40 years was broken by Marty Brodeur in 2009 against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Take a look at some of the most notable shutouts in his illustrious career.
1/23: WHY BRODEUR BECAME A GOALIE
Martin Brodeur talks about why he chose to be a goalie over other positions while others comment on Brodeur’s general hockey greatness.
1/19: THE ROOKIE’S SOLID PERFORMANCE IN 1994 PLAYOFFS
Martin Brodeur and others reflect on the then-rookie’s stellar play during the 1994 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
1/16: BRODEUR’S BEST BREAKAWAY SAVES
Take a look back at some of Martin Brodeur’s best breakaway saves with a cameo from former Devils announcers Doc Emrick and Chico Resch.
1/14: BRODEUR’S BEST GLOVES SAVES
Check out some of the best glove saves of Martin Brodeur’s career, including stops on Mario Lemieux, Jaromir Jagr and Alexander Ovechkin.
1/8: BRODEUR BREAKS ROY’S RECORD, WINS NO. 552
On March 17, 2009, Martin Brodeur won his 552nd NHL game, passing Patrick Roy for the most in NHL history.