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New Jersey Devils Parking Passes

New Jersey Devils Parking Passes

Have a Devil-ish Good Time in New Jersey This Hockey Season

Ready for some hot times on the ice this season in the Garden State? Head down to Newark and take in a Devils game! If you're going down to watch the Devils, here's what you need to know before you depart!

Alignment

The fans who trek to Newark and get their New Jersey Devils parking passes will end up seeing some of the best hockey out there - mainly among opponents from the Devils' own Metropolitan Division. This branch of the NHL boasts some of the league's most memorable, successful and marketable franchises. The Devils will face off against their long-time area rivals, the Philadelphia Flyers and the New York Rangers, along with other perennial contenders, like the Washington Capitals and the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Metropolitan Division also features up-and-coming squads, like the Columbus Blue Jackets, the Carolina Hurricanes and the New York Islanders.

Team

This current Devils team is young, very talented and just a few seasons off of a Stanley Cup Finals berth. Garden Staters headed out to get their New Jersey Devils parking passes are guaranteed to see an exciting, dynamic team - starting right up at the top with centers Jacob Josefson and Travis Zajac and wingers Ryan Carter, Ryane Clowe and Steve Bernier. Right in the mix with these youngsters are some extraordinarily talented veterans, including the legendary Jaromir Jagr and the Devils' fearsome long-time scorer, Patrik Elias. There is a lot of talent on defense, too, as the Devils have Bryce Salvador, Anton Volchenkov and Eric Gelinas to back up the play. Of course, in goal, New Jersey features the still-great Martin Brodeur, with former Canuck Cory Schneider there to step in whenever the great Brodeur finally decides to hang 'em up.

History

Like a lot of great teams in the NHL, the Devils began elsewhere. They started their life as the Kansas City Scouts, then played as the Colorado Rockies (yeah, like the baseball team) before finding their way to the land of Tony Soprano and Bruce Springsteen in 1982. Once they got to Jersey, they eventually established themselves as a steady contender through the leadership of GM Lou Lamoriello, who built the franchise into a perennial contender. By the 1990s, they were one of the best teams in the league. Their 1994 season famously ended in heartbreak against their archrival New York Rangers, but one year later, those who had bought New Jersey Devils parking passes saw their team win their first Stanley Cup in a four-game sweep over the Detroit Red Wings. They would win another cup in 1999 and a third in 2003, while losing a seven-game series to the Avalanche in the Stanley Cup Finals in 2001. After that, the Devils fell back to the pack until a surprising 2011-2012 team went back to the Finals, losing in six games to the Los Angeles Kings.

Great Players

New Jersey's greatest player is undoubtedly the great Martin Brodeur, the Devils' backstop for over 20 marvelous seasons. Brodeur is one of the greatest players in the history of the league, and one of its most brilliant goaltenders. The team has boasted great defensemen throughout its history, like the great Scott Stevens and Scott Niedermayer, and a stable of talented forwards, including John MacLean, Jason Arnott, Patrik Elias, Brendan Shanahan, Petr Sykora and Scott Gomez.

Trivia

Finally, here's some trivia for you Devil-goers. What "Seinfeld" character was a famous Devils fan? What city do the Devils play their home games in? What coach's famous garbage-can kicking tirade propelled the Devils to a Stanley Cup victory? Who is the team's all-time leading scorer?

Answers: Puddy, Newark, Larry Robinson, Patrick Elias

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PARKING PASSES ONLY Devils vs Islanders Preseason Tickets Sep 26, 2014 1:01 PM
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