Devils goaltender Martin Brodeur was only eight wins away from breaking Patrick Roy’s record and becoming the winningest goalie in NHL history when he tore the biceps tendon in his left arm. Surgery was performed to repair the tendon and he chose EXCEL for the physical therapy he needed to make a full recovery.
After many weeks of rehabilitation, he rejoined the team and returned to the ice. With eight wins including two shut outs in his first nine games back with the team, he broke the record with his 552nd win and now stands alone as the winningest goaltender in NHL history.
Devils goalie Martin Brodeur, left, being attended to while the Mets’ Gary Sheffield does some resistance training at Excel Orthopedic Rehabilitation.