The list of players Martin Brodeur currently has more points than this postseason

Martin Brodeur recorded another assist during the New Jersey Devils 4-1 win on Monday night, giving him four points this postseason. A couple of weeks ago he tied an NHL record for most points in a single playoff run for a goalie, and his tally on the scoresheet Monday put him at the top of the list all by himself.

Sure, two of the assists came on empty net goals (including Monday's), but for a goalie that is still a pretty big number. It would be a nice number for an entire regular season, but consider during the entire 2011-12 season no goalie had more than five assists (Nashville's Pekka Rinne was the leader).

He's done this in just 16 games.

But let's forget goalies for a second. Here is a list of forwards and defenseman (minimum seven games played this postseason) that, as of Monday night, May 21, have fewer points than Brodeur this postseason.

Ryan McDonagh
Brandon Prust
John Mitchell
Mike Rupp
Stu Bickel
Boyd Gordon
Andy Greene
Mark Fayne
Anton Volchenkov
Marcus Johansson
Kyle Chipchura
Dennis Wideman
Carl Hagelin
Matt Hendricks
Karl Alzner
Keith Aucoin
Michal Rozsival
Willie Mitchell
Slava Voynov
Jordan Nolan
Rob Scuderi
Alec Martinez
Gilbert Brule
Jay Beagle
Mike Knuble
Adrian Aucoin
Eric Wellwood
Colin Fraser
Shea Weber
Nick Spaling
Francis Bouillon
Sergei Kostitsyn
Paul Gaustad
Brandon Yip
Brad Richardson
Roman Josi
Lauri Korpikoski
Jeff Schultz
Andreas Lilja
Alexander Steen
Kris Russell
T.J. Oshie
Kevin Shattenkirk
Vladimir Sobotka
Jamie Langenbrunner
Nicklas Grossmann
Barret Jackman
Scott Nichol
Roman Polak
Tyler Seguin
Chris Neil
Zdeno Chara
Dennis Seidenberg
Johnny Boychuk
David Krejci
Tomas Fleischmann
Kyle Turris
Chris Kelly
Brian Rolston
Scottie Upshall
Milan Lucic
Carlo Colaiacovo
Chris Stewart
Milan Michalek
Brad Marchand
Erik Gustafsson
James van Riemsdyk
Benoit Pouliot
Filip Kuba
Patrice Bergeron
Gregory Campbell
Erik Karlsson
Mike Weaver
Tomas Kopecky
Erik Condra
Jason Arnott
Daniel Paille
B.J. Crombeen
Chris Phillips
Dmitry Kulikov
Jared Cowen
Brandon Dubinsky
Colin Greening
Greg Zanon
Zack Smith
Shawn Matthias
Jim O'Brien
Marc-Antoine Pouliot
Ed Jovanovski
Erik Gudbranson
John Madden
Marco Sturm

That's 92 players, including 25 centers, 31 wingers and 36 defensemen.

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