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More About New Jersey Devils
Stadium: Prudential Center
Stanley Cups Won: 3 (1994–95, 1999–00, 2002–03)
Notable Players: Martin Brodeur, Patrik Elias, Scott Stevens
Rivals: New York Rangers, Pittsburgh Penguins
Originally the Kansas City Scouts and the Colorado Rockies, the New Jersey Devils found their permanent home in 1982. In their early years, the Devils found winning difficult. With low win percentages and low fan attendance, there were questions raised body relocating the franchise. When goaltender Martin Brodeur entered the NHL in the 1993-1994 trophy he was awards the Calder Memorial trophy for top performing rookie. With their defense-first mentality the Devils went on to win Stanley Cups in the ‘94-’95 season and the ‘99-’00 season and again in the ‘02-’03 season. Yep, that’s three Stanley Cups in nine seasons.
Since their last victory in 2003, The Devils have been to the Stanley Cup once more, losing to the Kings in six games. A rough ending to an improbable Stanley Cup run. After missing the playoffs last season, the Devils look to return to the postseason this year.
New Jersey Devils 2014-15 Schedule
In order to make it back to the playoffs, the Devils have to weave their way through the challenging Metropolitan Division. They kick off the season with an away game against division rivals the Philadelphia Flyers. This game should be a great opener. To end the season, the Devils head down south for a game against the Florida Panthers. Will they be playoff bound by then? New Jersey ticket prices are averaging $100 right now, so it’d be a good time to check the schedule and get your tickets for the games that interest you.