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New Jersey Devils Tickets 12 12
New Jersey Devils Tickets 12 12

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Detroit Red Wings vs New Jersey Devils 12 27 2017 2 TICKETS
Detroit Red Wings vs New Jersey Devils 12 27 2017 2 TICKETS

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new jersey devils vs LA kings

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4 New Jersey Devils vs Dallas Stars 12 15 Prudential Center Terrace Table
4 New Jersey Devils vs Dallas Stars 12 15 Prudential Center Terrace Table

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Columbus Blue Jackets vs New Jersey Devils 12 8 2017 4 tickets
Columbus Blue Jackets vs New Jersey Devils 12 8 2017 4 tickets

$149.00

New York Rangers vs New Jersey Devils 4 3 2018 2 TICKETS
New York Rangers vs New Jersey Devils 4 3 2018 2 TICKETS

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2 Tickets to New Jersey Devils vs Dallas Stars 12 15
2 Tickets to New Jersey Devils vs Dallas Stars 12 15

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new jersey devils vs dallas stars

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1 10 NEW YORK ISLANDERS SUITE TICKETS vs NEW JERSEY DEVILS 1 7 SUNDAY
1 10 NEW YORK ISLANDERS SUITE TICKETS vs NEW JERSEY DEVILS 1 7 SUNDAY

$125.00

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new jersey devils vs florida panthers

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New Jersey Devils Tickets
New Jersey Devils Tickets

$500.00

New York Islanders vs New Jersey Devils 2 24 2018 ELIAS RETIREMENT 2 TICKETS
New York Islanders vs New Jersey Devils 2 24 2018 ELIAS RETIREMENT 2 TICKETS

$375.00

4 tickets New Jersey Devils vs Los Angeles Kings 12 12 2017
4 tickets New Jersey Devils vs Los Angeles Kings 12 12 2017

$175.00

NJ NEW JERSEY DEVILS LOS ANGELES KINGS 2 TICKETS 12 12 17 SECTION 112 ROW 8W
NJ NEW JERSEY DEVILS LOS ANGELES KINGS 2 TICKETS 12 12 17 SECTION 112 ROW 8W

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2 Tickets Philadelphia Flyers vs New Jersey Devils 02 13
2 Tickets Philadelphia Flyers vs New Jersey Devils 02 13

$219.00

2 Tickets Philadelphia Flyers New Jersey Devils 2 13 18 Wells Fargo Center PA
2 Tickets Philadelphia Flyers New Jersey Devils 2 13 18 Wells Fargo Center PA

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Based in Newark the New Jersey Devils actually have a relatively long history in the NHL. In 1974 they began their tenure in the NHL as the Kansas City Scouts. They only lasted a pair of seasons in Kansas before moving on to Colorado. There they went by the moniker "The Rockies" (not to be confused with the modern day MLB team of the same name). In 1982 they made their final stop, settling in New Jersey.

The franchise spent the early years of their existence in Kansas City, Colorado, and even in New Jersey as the league's doormats. At one point early on following their transition to New Jersey, Wayne Gretzky, then with the Edmonton Oilers, referred to the club as a Mickey Mouse organization after his team blew out the Devils by a 13-4 score.

Over the years following Gretzky's comments the Devils slowly but steadily improved, adding players like Kirk Muller, John MacLean and Pat Verbeek. In 1987 Lou Lamoriello took the reins of the team, filling the role of both President and General Manager. In the first season under Lamoriello's wing the team would reach the Stanley Cup semi-finals, before bowing out to the Boston Bruins. It was during that run that coach Jim Schoenfeld and Don Koharski had their famous "Have another donut!" in the dressing room tunnel, following a New Jersey loss.

Over the next few years the New Jersey Devils would endure mediocre seasons, and multiple coaching changes. It wasn't until the hiring of former Montreal Canadiens legend Jacques Lemaire as the Devils' head coach in 1993 that the team finally managed to find an identity and turned into the consistently successful team hockey fans have witnessed for the better part of two decades. Lemaire brought structure and a defense-first philosophy to the team.

The Jacques Lemaire Era

With the tandem of Martin Brodeur and Chris Terreri in net, and Scott Stevens, Scott Niedermayer and Ken Daneyko on the blueline the Devils were able to execute coach Lemaire's trap system to near perfection, frustrating other teams into taking chances to try and break the tight style. Forwards like Claude Lemieux, Stephane Richer, John MacLean and Valeri Zelepukin would counterattack with deadly efficiency whenever the puck was turned over. As a result the Devils won a lot of low-scoring one goal games. Critics derided the style as "boring hockey", but even Lemaire's harshest critics couldn't deny that the coach's style was effective. The Devils finished the 1993-94 campaign with over 100 points, the first time they'd reached that milestone in their history. They would reach the semi-finals and push Mark Messier and his New York Rangers to 7 games before succumbing to the eventual Stanley Cup champions.

The following year, following a lockout shortened season, the Devils finished the job. They stunned the hockey world, first eliminating Eric Lindros and the Philadelphia Flyers in six games before moving on and sweeping the powerful Detroit Red Wings to capture the first Stanley Cup in franchise history.

The Devils continued to be a major force season after season. Martin Brodeur consistently battled with Patrick Roy and Dominik Hasek for the title of the best goaltender in the NHL. The tandem of Stevens and Niedermayer on the blueline was arguably the best defensive pairing in the league, and the flawless execution of their trapping style of hockey kept the Devils in the mix with league powerhouses like the Detroit Red Wings and Colorado Avalanche for several more years.

Between 1995 and 2003 the Devils reached the Stanley Cup Finals on four occasions, winning again in 2000 and a third time in 2003 over the Dallas Stars and Anaheim Mighty Ducks respectively.

Today's New Jersey Devils

Though it has been years since either Scott Stevens or Scott Niedermayer has pulled on a New Jersey Devils sweater the culture of winning endures to this day. Young stars like Zach Parise, Travis Zajac and David Clarkson are becoming dominant NHL players, and veterans like Jamie Langenbrunner, Patrick Elias and Brian Rolston continue to show little evidence of slowing down. Between the pipes Martin Brodeur continues to stake his claim as the NHL's best goaltender, and in recent seasons has overtaken NHL legends Patrick Roy and Terry Sawchuk to become the NHL's all time leader in both wins and shutouts.

Lou Lamoriello's recent acquisition of Jason Arnott and Anton Volchenkov raises the experience, grit and skill of an already impressive roster, and should the club manage to sign Ilya Kovalchuk to a deal the NHL will approve look for the Devils to once again challenge for the Stanley Cup.