10Corey Schneider and Martin Brodeur, New Jersey Devils
With the New Jersey Devils currently sitting a couple of points outside the playoff picture in the Eastern Conference, it's easy to overlook the work of Schneider and Brodeur this season. But despite their team's anemic offense (161 goals through 65 games), the duo has managed to keep the Devils
in games - and even steal a few. While Schneider (12-13-9, 2.07 GAA, .918 save percentage, three shutouts) is clearly the goalie of the future in New Jersey, Brodeur (16-11-4, 2.54 GAA, .898 save percentage, three shutouts) has adapted well to his reduced role and his experience will likely prove invaluable should the Devils manage to squeak into the post-season.