Langenbrunner leads New Jersey with seven goals and ranks third in the team in scoring with 11 points in 16 games. He's also a big reason the Devils (9-3-4) are unbeaten in their past nine games and have climbed to three points behind Atlantic Division rival and Eastern Conference leader Philadelphia.
His overall play has earned raves from Devils head coach Pat Burns, who doesn't dish out compliments lightly. Burns told The New York Times and New York Post that Langenbrunner is one of the 10 best two-way forwards in the league.
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