By Kristin Tullo (@K_Tullo)
Together, Martin Brodeur and Jaromir Jagr are a combined 82-years old. But on the ice, the two members of the 1990 NHL Draft class have been playing a lot younger than the 41-years a piece they really are.
It’s legend complimenting legend, sitting in the same locker room for the New Jersey Devils and if they both keep playing the way they have been over the last few games, they will give each other toothaches with the sweet compliments they are throwing around.
In New Jersey’s second consecutive win Tuesday night, Jaromir Jagr scored his 119th game winning goal, surpassing Phil Esposito and only chasing Gordie Howe who holds the all-time record with 121. As for Brodeur, he’s extending records of his own for future goalies to chase, earning his second win of the season with 16 saves and improving his record to 2-2-2.
Usually it’s Brodeur, the life-long Devil getting high praises in the locker room. But with the addition of a veteran like Jagr this off sea...