- Martin Brodeur may not be the New Jersey Devils' unquestioned No. 1 goalie anymore, but right now he's their good luck charm.
For some reason that coach Peter DeBoer hasn't been able to explain, scoring becomes a problem for the Devils when Cory Schneider is in net. With Brodeur standing between the pipes, as he was Saturday at Prudential Center, they're even getting offense from their blue line and beating the first-place team in the Metropolitan Division.
Andy Greene scored his second goal of the season and Adam Larsson scored his first regular-season goal in nearly two years to help lift the Devils to a 4-1 win against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Brodeur did his part, making 27 saves for his sixth win in 11 starts this season and fourth in a row.