10) Kirk Muller
Muller is third all-time in team history with 520 points — including 94 in 1987-88, the first season the team reached the playoffs. Muller was the lone bright spot on some bad Devil teams of the 1980s.
9) Bobby Holik
The anchor of the “Crash Line” played 786 games with the Devils, Holik was an important fixture on the team.
8) Sergei Brylin
Brylin is just one of five Devils to play on all three championship teams. The versatile forward played in 109 postseason games for the franchise, scoring 15 goals.
7) Claude Lemieux
Lemieux won the Conn Smythe trophy in 1995 as MVP of the playoffs. That first parade may not have happened without Lemieux.
6) John MacLean
MacLean scored the overtime goal against Chicago that sent the team to the playoffs for the first time in 1988. Maclean finished his career second all-time in team history in goals (347) and points (701).
5) Ken Daneyko
Daneyko played 1,283 games for the franchise. The tough-as-nails defenseman was a leader and relentless player that always made the Devils a better team.
4) Patrik Elias
Elias is the team’s all-time leader in goals (408) and assists (617), and third in games played (1,240).
3) Scott Stevens
The Devils found their identity when Stevens arrived in 1991. Stevens’s ferocity and leadership were paramount in the Devils winning 3 Stanley Cups.
2) Scott Niedermayer
The greatest defenseman in Devils history, second all-time in franchise history with 364 assists and was a cornerstone on those three Cup-winning teams.
1) Martin Brodeur
Brodeur won an NHL record 691 games as a goaltender with 12 straight seasons of 30 or more victories. He is by far the greatest goaltender in Devils history and one of the very best to ever play that position in NHL history.