This is what I imagined from Cory and a main reason why I couldn't imagine the Devils would be in the bottom 5-6 like many said. Little did I know how few starts Cory would have. But when you show to be a goalie that stops pucks over 92% of the time, and then you come into a system that gives up the least amount of shots, your team can't be that awful.
Obviously the goal supper difference when Brodeur and Cory start is an anomaly, and playing Cory will only benefit this team moving forward.
The Devils are finally healthy. Cory has clearly established that he is the best goalie. Hopefully this team goes on a nice run.
PBD was very stubborn about this, but I think he's finally realizing which goalie deserves the go-to guy treatment at this point. And that's not knocking Marty...not too many guys at 41 play like they did in their prime.
Devils are actually kind of on a nice run...9-4-5 in their last 18 GP. It doesn't feel that good because of the continued shootout futility (0-3 in that stretch), the general offensive struggles, and with one of the losses coming against Buffalo.