You’d think between the Liquid Tapedeck, fighting a one man war against gentrification and serving jail time for simply promising to mutilate his landlord, Martin aka “Christopher X.” Brodeur would have enough on his plate.  However, that’s only the tip of the ice-rink for this modern day renaissance man who last night tied Patrick Roy for most career wins by a goaltender (551) with the Devils’ 3-1 defeat of Montreal. Perhaps the only public figure capable of standing up to Michael Bloomberg and Sean Avery, Brodeur has been as consistent in the crease as he’s been erratic in his personal, political and musical lives.   Staff and management of CSTB salute this fascinating icon and wish him all the luck in the future (except when playing the Rangers and/or leaving messages on my answering machine).