We move on to the current players that will go down as some of the greats. First, Patrik Elias.
Elias has spent his entire 16 year career with New Jersey, winning two Stanley Cups in 2000 and 2003 and four Eastern Conference Championships in 2000, 2001, 2003 and 2012. He is currently the franchise leader in goals, assists and points, and he holds the playoff records for goals (40), assists (77) and points (117).
Elias also holds the records for most points in a season, playoff season, game winning goals and hat tricks. Overall, he has recorded 361 goals and 533 assists and still has one more year left in his contract.
While not known to be a famous forward, Elias has quietly become one of the best forwards to ever play the game. Above all, he is probably one of the best second round picks to ever come into the NHL and is undoubtedly one of the best draft picks the Devils have ever made.
With at least one more season left in the tank, Elias should be able to separate himself from the crowd with most of the Devils' records. He will eventually have his number retired by the organization and has become one of the most successful Devils in history.