NHL: NEW JERSEY (2-3) at PITTSBURGH (2-2) <h3>Brodeur, Devils looking to get back on track against Penguins</h3> <div class="pre">New Jersey (2-3-0) at Pittsburgh (2-2-0) 7:30 pm EDT</div> PITTSBURGH (Ticker) -- The New Jersey Devils have foundthemselves in an unfamiliar spot, the bottom of the AtlanticDivision standings. Martin Brodeur will try to lift the Devils out of the cellarwhen they visit the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday in a battleof division foes. Brodeur is coming off his first victory of the season, but helooked nothing like a three-time Vezina Trophy winner. Thefuture Hall of Fame goaltender faced just 22 shots and gave upfive goals in a 6-5 triumph over the winless Atlanta Thrasherson Saturday. The 35-year-old Brodeur has posted a 1-3-0 record with a 3.26goals-against average and .879 save percentage this season.Since the 15-year veteran took over as the Devils' startinggoaltender in 1993, New Jersey has missed the playoffs justonce, while winning seven division titles and three StanleyCups. Brodeur, who has played in 70-plus games over the last nineseasons, will face a potent Penguins' offense. Last season'sHart Trophy recipient, Sidney Crosby, has not gotten off to thekind of start he wanted to. The 20-year-old Crosby has twogoals and two assists this season. Crosby, who finished the 2006-07 campaign with a league-leading120 points, does have a game-winning goal but he is also aminus-3 this season. Maxime Talbot, who had just 18 career goals coming into thecampaign, leads the Penguins with three tallies and EvgeniMalkin has collected a team-leading five points in his secondseason. Brodeur is not the only goalie having a disappointing start asPittsburgh's Marc-Andre Fleury is 2-2-0 with a 3.82 GAA.However, he is coming off his best outing of the season. After replacing Dany Saborin to start of the second period,Fleury played well enough to help the Penguins post a 6-4come-from-behind victory Saturday over the Toronto Maple Leafs,turning aside 19-of-21 shots.