I know guys don't pay attention to stats. Players spend more time on the bench than they do on the ice, and they see him giving up the weak goals.
The problem is that Brodeur has gotten incredibly lucky and Schneider incredibly unlucky. Brodeur has absolutely cost them points, even if it does not look like it from his record.
As for Anthony Brodeur, I should've been more precise - people are sweating him like they would a player who has a great chance at the NHL.
You can call it luck, but your statement was starting Brodeur earlier in the season cost them points, yet in reality Brodeur averaged just slightly more points in his games. I'm not saying he's the better goalie, because he clearly is not. Cory is leaps and bounds better, and it's showing more than ever right now.
I definitely agree that from here on out Marty starting over Schneider is a risk of losing points. Absolutely. I was just pointing out that to claim Marty cost them in the past is inaccurate, as neither goalie was bringing in many points in the standings. If Cory continues playing how he is now, getting 3 of every 4 starts going forward, and the offense can be somewhat effective, they should end up in the playoffs.