Devils G Martin Brodeur has been elected into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Brodeur is considered one of the best goaltenders in NHL history, and the numbers speak to it. He owns the record for wins (691), shutouts (125), saves (28,928), and games played (1,266). Brodeur also has three career goals.
Spending 20 years with the Devils, Brodeur collected three Stanley Cups. He was the Calder Trophy (Rookie of the Year) winner in 1194 as well as a four-time Vezine Trophy winner for best NHL goalie. He owns a couple Olympic gold medals as well for his participation with Team Canada.
Today, Brodeur has his No. 30 retired by New Jersey, which came back in 2016. He even has a statue of himself in his gear outside the Prudential Center.
Also inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame was NHL commissioner Gary Bettman, Alexander Yakushev, Martin St. Louis, Jayne Hefford and Willie O'Ree.