Welcome to NHL trade deadline day, a Wednesday in March that, one way or another, will be historical for the Devils.

By 3 p.m., their record-setting goalie either will change organizations for the first time at age 41, or continue to have a shot at becoming one of those rare superstars who play with just one team from start to finish.

Neither Martin Brodeur nor Devils management is revealing much, but a report out of Canada sure suggests a trade is possible.

According to TSN's Darren Dreger, Brodeur has given Devils GM Lou Lamoriello a list of "8-9 teams" that he's willing to waive his no-move clause to accept a trade.

Brodeur admitted having "some good conversations with Lou about what I want to do" late Tuesday night after he was in goal for the Devils' emotional 4-3 win over the Detroit Red Wings.

His post-game interview, which lasted more than seven minutes, didn’t sound like a campaign speech to leave, but Brodeur did make it clear that he wants to be somewhere in which he has an opportunity to see regular action.