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Devils Corner

The New Jersey Devils are a professional hockey team in the National Hockey League (the NHL). The New Jersey Devils play in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference with four other teams: the New York Rangers, the Philadelphia Flyers, the Pittsburgh Penguins and the New York Islanders.  Devils tickets will be a hot item during the 2014-2015 NHL hockey schedule.

New Jersey Devils 2014-2015 Outlook

The Devils fell out of the mix quickly last year and never really recovered, despite a late push to get within shouting distance of a playoff spot. And they’re an old team that relies heavily on declining guys like Jaromir Jagr (42) and Patrik Elias (38), so in theory we should expect them to be even worse this year.

But despite that, there’s reason to believe that they’re better than we all think. They were a very good possession team last year, which would normally translate to a playoff spot. It didn’t for the Devils because they gave up too many goals, and most of that falls on Brodeur.4 With him gone and Schneider starting 60-plus games, that problem appears to be solved.


The New Jersey Devils were originally founded in 1974 in Kansas City, Missouri as the Kansas City Scouts.  After only two seasons, the franchise moved from Kansas City to Denver, Colorado, where the franchise played as the Colorado Rockies from 1976 through 1982.  The New Jersey Devils franchise moved to Newark, New Jersey in 1982 and they have played in New Jersey ever since.  After mixed results during the early franchise years, the New Jersey Devils recorded their first 100 point season during the 1993-1994 NHL season.  The New Jersey Devils had the 2nd best record in the NHL behind hated rival New York Rangers.  The New Jersey Devils lost each game to the New York Rangers during the regular season, and the 2 teams met in one of the more memorable Eastern Conference Finals during the 1994 playoff run.  The New Jersey Devils took a 3-2 series lead when New York Rangers Captain Mark Messier made his famous guarantee that the New York Rangers would ultimately win the series.  Messier recorded a natural hat trick in the 3rd period of Game 6 to lead the Rangers to the Game 6 win and the New York Rangers eventually won the series and the Stanley Cup, denying the New Jersey Devils their first ever Stanley Cup title.  The New Jersey Devils rebounded well during the strike-shortened 1995 season.  The New Jersey Devils swept the heavily favored Detroit Red Wings to win the franchise’s first ever Stanley Cup – this was also the state of New Jersey’s first ever major professional sports championship.  The same core of players – Bobby Holik, Claude Lemieux, Scott Niedermayer, Martin Brodeur and Scott Stevens – kept the New Jersey Devils competitive for several years to come, but the crew would not reach another Stanley Cup Finals until the 1999-2000 playoff run.  That year, the New Jersey Devils defeated the defending champion Dallas Stars 4-2 to record the franchise’s 2nd Stanley Cup title.  The franchise recorded its 3rd Stanley Cup title in 2003 when the New Jersey Devils defeated the Anaheim Ducks in a memorable 7 game series.  

 The New Jersey Devils have retired the following players’ numbers: Ken Daneyko’s #3 and Scott Stevens’ #4.

New Jersey Devils TV/Radio

All New Jersey Devils hockey games can be seen on the Madison Square Garden television network (MSG & MSG+) in the greater New York tri-state area.  ESPN has television rights to New Jersey Devils hockey games based on the popularity of the game. Tune into WFAN The Fan 660 on your AM dial to catch each New Jersey Devils hockey game on the radio.

Prudential Center

The New Jersey Devils play their home games in the Prudential Center.  The Prudential Center is a multi-use indoor arena located in the heart of downtown Newark, New Jersey and it officially opened in October 2007 with a New Jersey Devils hockey game.  In addition to hosting all New Jersey Devils NHL Hockey games, the Prudential Center also hosts all of the professional soccer games for the New Jersey Ironmen of the Major Indoor Soccer League and all of the college basketball games for the Seton Hall Pirates, a Big East Conference member.  Prior to playing their games in the Prudential Center, the New Jersey Devils played all of their home games in the State of New Jersey in the Brendan Byrne Arena, known as the Izod Center since 2007.  The Prudential Center holds a capacity of 17,625 devoted die-hard New Jersey Devils fans.  It has played host to numerous memorable and historic games, events and concerts, including 10 shows by New Jersey’s own Bon Jovi in October and November 2007, UFC &* in November 2007, 2 sold out Hannah Montana shows in December 2007, and 2 sold out Spice Girls shows in February 2008.

Prudential Center
25 Lafayette St
Newark, New Jersey 07102

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