By John Vogl
SECAUCUS, N.J. -- Someone has to win. Probably.
The goaltending matchup tonight in New Jersey could have been the Devils' Martin Brodeur, the winningest goalie in NHL history, and Ryan Miller, who has the most victories in Sabres history. But Brodeur is hurt and Miller is getting a rest after 14 straight starts.
Enroth is on an 0-10-2 skid. He hasn't won since Nov. 26, 2011. In his 14 appearances since the win over Washington, Enroth has a 3.47 goals-against average and .898 save percentage.
Hedberg, meanwhile, has struggled with an 0-6-1 record in his last seven starts. He has a 3.98 GAA and .841 save percentage during the slump.
Unless one of them fails to finish the game and his backup earns the victory, it stands to reason one goalie will finally end his slump.