Check out our current selection of vintage throwback New Jersey Devils jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica jerseys available. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with kids and women's styles in stock. Shanahan, Brodeur, Muller, Stevens, Niedermayer and more.

 

Throwback NEW JERSEY DEVILS Authentic Pro Player Jersey Vintage NHL XXL 2X NWT
Throwback NEW JERSEY DEVILS Authentic Pro Player Jersey Vintage NHL XXL 2X NWT

$45.00

VINTAGE CCM NHL NEW JERSEY DEVILS SEWN CREWNECK GREY XL SWEATSHIRT NHL
VINTAGE CCM NHL NEW JERSEY DEVILS SEWN CREWNECK GREY XL SWEATSHIRT NHL

$29.99

VINTAGE STARTER NEW JERSEY DEVILS XL SEWN RED HOCKEY JERSEY 1995 PRE OWNED
VINTAGE STARTER NEW JERSEY DEVILS XL SEWN RED HOCKEY JERSEY 1995 PRE OWNED

$29.99

VINTAGE SALEM NEW JERSEY DEVILS OVER SIZE LOGO LARGE JERSEY SHIRT NEW W TAGS D
VINTAGE SALEM NEW JERSEY DEVILS OVER SIZE LOGO LARGE JERSEY SHIRT NEW W TAGS D

$29.99

NJ NEW JERSEY DEVILS 2002 2003 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS MINI BANNER VINTAGE RARE
NJ NEW JERSEY DEVILS 2002 2003 STANLEY CUP CHAMPIONS MINI BANNER VINTAGE RARE

$29.99

New Jersey Devils Vintage Antigua Golf Sweater Vest Medium NEW WITH TAGS
New Jersey Devils Vintage Antigua Golf Sweater Vest Medium NEW WITH TAGS

$35.00

vtg NEW JERSEY DEVILS Red Home Jersey CCM Sewn Blank 90s nhl hockey nj Size XL
vtg NEW JERSEY DEVILS Red Home Jersey CCM Sewn Blank 90s nhl hockey nj Size XL

$24.50

Vintage New Jersey Devils Pro Player Lightweight Jacket Mens Size Large NHL
Vintage New Jersey Devils Pro Player Lightweight Jacket Mens Size Large NHL

$35.00

80s Vintage New Jersey Devils Cliff Engle Wool Blend NHL Hockey Sweater Adult S
80s Vintage New Jersey Devils Cliff Engle Wool Blend NHL Hockey Sweater Adult S

$29.99

Vintage New Jersey Devils CCM Brodeur Jersey Boys L XL
Vintage New Jersey Devils CCM Brodeur Jersey Boys L XL

$40.00

VTG NHL Martin Brodeur New Jersey Devils Starter SEWN Jersey Adult small
VTG NHL Martin Brodeur New Jersey Devils Starter SEWN Jersey Adult small

$27.99

VINTAGE CCM NEW JERSEY DEVILS KEVIN DEAN 28 XL SEWN JERSEY AUTOGRAPHED NWOT
VINTAGE CCM NEW JERSEY DEVILS KEVIN DEAN 28 XL SEWN JERSEY AUTOGRAPHED NWOT

$49.99

New Jersey Devils Jersey 2X 2XL CCM Vintage Heat pressed logo good cond
New Jersey Devils Jersey 2X 2XL CCM Vintage Heat pressed logo good cond

$26.99

Sean Burke NEW JERSEY DEVILS CCM JERSEY size L USED Vintage Away
Sean Burke NEW JERSEY DEVILS CCM JERSEY size L USED Vintage Away

$79.99

White Vintage 90s SEWN Blank CCM New jersey Devils NHL Adult L Hockey Jersey
White Vintage 90s SEWN Blank CCM New jersey Devils NHL Adult L Hockey Jersey

$36.04

NHL Mitchell  Ness Team Vintage 3rd Jersey Snapback Hat
NHL Mitchell Ness Team Vintage 3rd Jersey Snapback Hat

$32.00



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More About Vintage New Jersey Devils Jerseys
 
Though the Devils have been calling New Jersey home for the better part of three decades this team actually began in Kansas City as the Kansas City Scouts. After a relatively brief time in the region the team pulled up stakes and moved to Colorado, changing their moniker to the Colorado Rockies. They spent several years in Colorado, achieving little success, though they did see a few famous names grace their roster, including sniper Lanny McDonald, and legendary Boston Bruins coach Don Cherry. In 1982-83 the team made their final move (to date) putting down roots in New Jersey.

Though the Devils continued to struggle after their move from Colorado they did bring in some impact players, including familiar names like Kirk Muller, Brendan Shanahan and John MacLean. However, it was in 1990 that the Devils made a move that would finally get the franchise on the winning track. That wise move was drafting goaltender Martin Brodeur, a young French Canadian goalie who idolized Patrick Roy. Over the next couple of seasons they would make some more great decisions, drafting defenseman Scott Niedermayer in 1991, then bringing in All-Star defenseman Scott Stevens into the fold. The Devils improved immensely following these key acquisitions, and by 1994 the Devils were already legitimate Stanley Cup contenders.

Though Mark Messier and the Rangers would spoil the party in 1994, coming back after Messier's famous "guarantee" to beat the Devils in the semi-finals, in 1995 the squad wouldn't be denied. They steamrolled a powerful Detroit Red Wings team in the finals to capture their first Stanley Cup. Over the next 8 years the team would capture two more cups, in 2000 and again in 2003, and were one of the most consistently dominant teams in the NHL during that span.

Today's Devils are struggling to find an identity. Brodeur is finally starting to show his age, superstar forward Zach Parise is out with a long-term injury, and $100 million man Ilya Kovalchuk has yet to show his value. However, the Devils still have plenty of experience on their roster, and GM Lou Lamoriello remains one of the savviest men in hockey. Though things might look bleak for Devils fans right now, it is a long season. Don't count this team out just yet.