The New Jersey Devils have called the Prudential Center in downtown Newark, New Jersey their home for the last five years. The Devils faithful routinely fill the 18,000 seat arena to capacity. The Devils are looking to build off a successful season and they want you there to see it. You can find all New Jersey Devils home and away games when you shop in the BroadRippleTickets.com marketplace.
After coming of a disappointing 2010-11 season, where the New Jersey Devils missed the playoffs for the first time since 1996 and received the 4th pick in the NHL Draft, the Devils were back in the Stanley Cup Finals for the fifth time in franchise history. Though they did not win the Stanley Cup, they went a lot further than many experts had predicted. The Devils instilled a new system under head Peter DeBoer, and made some off-season signing to add depth to their offense. With the new additions at the forward and defensive positions, the Devils were ready to make a run at the playoffs.
As the playoffs approached the Devils were relying on their rookies and veteran players, especially goalie Martin Brodeur, who signed a three year extension to stay with the team this past offseason. The Devils had three players that top the 30 goal mark and five players that hit 20 goals or more. So much for the Devils not having weapons on offense as they keep proving the experts wrong. The Devils struggled to get by the Florida Panthers in first round of the playoffs, as it took the Devils seven games and a double overtime do it. Rookie Adam Henrique sent the Devils to the second for the first time since 2007. The Devils steamed rolled the Philadelphia Flyers in five games and met their Atlantic Division Rivals the New York Rangers in the Conference Finals.
The Devils played a tight series with the Rangers as that series went six games and Henrique played hero again sending the Devils to the Stanley Cup Finals erasing the bad memory of 1994. The Devils did not fair that well in the Stanley Cup Finals against the red hot Los Angeles Kings. The Devils dropped the first three games before taking the next two games, but ultimately losing in game six in Los Angeles. The Devils gave their fans a great ride, which they hopefully can continue in to the upcoming season.
The New Jersey Devils play their home games at the Prudential Center. The Devils with their recent success have been selling out every home game, so you will need to purchase your New Jersey Devils Tickets in advance if you want to watch the Devils battle their rivals like the New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins, and many others. For those that do not live in the New Jersey area, BroadRippleTickets.com also have tickets for all Devils road games as well. If you do not want to be shutout from the exciting action of New Jersey Devils hockey then purchase New Jersey Devils tickets today!
Who is the all-time leading goal-scorer for the New Jersey Devils? John MacLean
What division do the New Jersey Devils play in? Atlantic Division
What arena do the New Jersey Devils skate their home contests in? Prudential Center, Newark
Which members of the NHL Hall of Famers played for the New Jersey Devils? Viacheslav Fetisov, Joe Nieuwendyk and Doug Gilmour
How many Stanley Cup Trophies have the New Jersey Devils won? 3