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 of the on-ice ceremony, as well as post-ceremony interviews, and view photos of Martin Brodeur Night at The Rock.
Long-time Devils broadcaster Mike “Doc” Emrick begins the festivities by running down Marty Brodeur’s many accolades.
THE HONORED GUESTS
Mike “Doc” Emrick introduces some of the dignitaries that attended the Marty Brodeur ceremony.
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.
Devils legend Ken Daneyko speaks during the on-ice ceremony honoring Martin Brodeur, thanking Brodeur for all he did do help the Devils succeed.
Patrik Elias congratulates Martin Brodeur on having his number retired and recalls his great memories as Brodeur’s teammate.
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.