Brodeur signed a two-year/$9 million deal Monday morning with New Jersey and will most likely finish off what's left of his illustrious career there.
Although his appearances in the last few seasons have decreased, Brodeur has still managed to make clutch save after clutch save to keep the Devils in the running for the Stanley Cup.
In 2012, he finished with 31 wins, one of the lowest totals in his NHL career.
During the postseason, however, was when he was at his best. This phenomenon, which seems to synchronize like clockwork, is one of the reasons Brodeur is the greatest goalie of all-time.
Here are five reasons why he makes New Jersey Stanley Cup contenders in 2013.