The Devils have made the most out of every equal opportunity
When goalie Martin Brodeur went down with a season-threatening torn biceps tendon on Nov. 1, the smart money figured the Devils would crumble.
The smart money was wrong. Not only did New Jersey not falter, but it has also compiled the league's fourth-best record. How did that happen?
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