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The Devils began play in 1982 after moving from Kansas City via Colorado. Since the move, the Devils have qualified for the post-season all but four times, made it all the way to the Finals five times and won three Stanley Cups. The upcoming season looks to be just as strong. Here’s why.
While the Devils had enjoyed some success prior to the arrival of Martin Brodeur, the 1993-94 Calder Trophy winner (awarded to the league’s best rookie) was the face of the organization through these glory years. With the Devils since the 1990 draft, Brodeur shattered just about every important record during his time with the Devils. The 2014-15 season will look very different without this familiar face, but with Corey Schneider ready to take on the net full-time, the Devils are ready to fill this potential void.
While the Devils made it all the way to the finals in 2012 where they lost to the Los Angeles Kings, it’s now been twelve years since their last Stanley Cup trophy and Devils fans are more than ready for another run. In a 2013 sale to Josh Harris and David S Blizer (owners of the 76ers) for over $320 million, the Devils made an attempt to solve their long-term financial issues. Lead by captain Bryce Salvador and powerful forward Adam Henrique, you can be sure that you never count out the Devils.
After almost 30 years in the Meadowlands, the Devils moved to Newark in 2007 following the construction of the glimmering Prudential Center. With sweeping views of the city, stellar food options and a passionate fan base, there’s nothing not to like about a hockey game at the Rock. Whether the Devils are playing their fierce rival New York Rangers or Philadelphia Flyers or not, the atmosphere inside Prudential Center is always good times. Scorebig lets you save on every ticket, every day.