The New Jersey Devils (12-12-1) will closing out a four-game road swing when they visit Air Canada Centre to play the Toronto Maple Leafs (15-10-2) Tuesday night (7 p.m., EST, MSG). The Devils have lost three all three games on this trip and dropped four straight games overall. Toronto has lost two of their last three but enters the game on a high note after beating the New York Rangers 4-2 on Dec. 5. The Maple Leafs won 5-3 in the first game (Nov. 2) in the season series against the Devils.
For the Devils, goaltender Martin Brodeur has having arguably the worst start to a season in his career. He's missed time with an injury and is only 5-7-0 this year with a 3.31 GAA and a save percentage of just .879. Brodeur was pulled 8:17 into Friday night's game in Minnesota after allowing three Wild goals on four shots.