Championships: Three national championships and five conference championships
All-Time Greats: Peter Stastny, Viacheslov Fetisov, Scott Stevens, Martin Brodeur
New Jersey Devils Tickets
The New Jersey Devils started out as the Kansas City Scouts as part of that area's hockey team in 1974. After moving to Colorado for a few years in 1976, the team found its home in New Jersey in 1982 and took the name that fans know and love to this day. Unlike some other sports teams, this name comes as the result of a contest held for fans who voted on the change. The team's first game under the new moniker was against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Prior to moving to New Jersey, the franchise maintained only mediocre scoring records at best. Although this trend continued for a few years after the final move, the New Jersey Devils began to pick up in 1987 under the leadership of a new general manager. For the next 24 seasons, the team made it to the playoffs on all but three occasions. Grab your New Jersey Devils tickets for any game this season at StubHub.
Where can I get tickets to a New Jersey Devils game?
The New Jersey Devils have dozens of matches lined up against ice hockey opponents this season. If you don't want to miss out on some of your favorite sports locations, it's a good idea to get your New Jersey Devils tickets at StubHub. StubHub can provide you with the complete season schedule for the Devils and give you pricing information on tickets. You'll also be able to find out more about venues that interest you and the teams set to oppose New Jersey.
Have the New Jersey Devils ever won the Stanley Cup?
Yes, the New Jersey Devils have taken home the Stanley Cup three times since the franchise began. In addition to these national wins, the team has won five conference championships as part of the Eastern Conference and nine divisional awards as part of the Metropolitan Division.
Where can I see a New Jersey Devils game?
The New Jersey Devils have several games lined up against traditional rivals and other opponents. You can catch the team at home in the Prudential Center for several of these events. However, the team will also be traveling for away games. You can take a look at New Jersey Devils tickets at StubHub to find information on games at venues such as the United Center in Chicago, the Enterprise Center in St. Louis or the American Airlines Center in Dallas. These spots are just a few of the places you can see the Devils in action this season thanks to StubHub.
How big is the home arena for the New Jersey Devils?
The New Jersey Devils hang pitchforks and hockey sticks at the Prudential Center in Newark. Although there were rumors of the Devils relocating in the years leading up to the planning and construction of the arena, the city went ahead with construction of the venue to give the team a space worthy of hosting its games. The Prudential Center can seat 16,514 fans for ice hockey games. That capacity can increase to 18,711 for sporting events such as basketball.
Do the New Jersey Devils have any historical rivalries?
The New Jersey Devils have strong geographical rivalries with two other hockey teams that are in close proximity and frequently oppose the team. The closeness of New Jersey and Pennsylvania has led to a historical rivalry between the Devils and the Philadelphia Flyers. Because the New York Rangers' home turf of Madison Square Garden is across the Hudson River and just a few miles apart from the Prudential Center, that team also has a strong feud with New Jersey.
What is a New Jersey Devils game like?
The New Jersey Devils have become known as a primarily defensive team since the days of former head coach Jacques Lemaire. Lemaire helped the Devils implement strategies to force teams to turn the puck over in a neutral playing zone in order to set a counterattack.Back to Top