About New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils are one of the longest-running NHL franchises in existence. The team was founded in 1974 as the Kansas City Scouts and moved to New Jersey in 1982, becoming the Devils. Since then, they've become one of the most successful teams in the league, winning four Stanley Cup titles and making 16 appearances in the Conference Finals. When it comes to home games, no arena is more iconic than Prudential Center, which has been the home of the Devils since 2007. During that time, they opened their doors for several memorable events, including an honorary presentation ceremony for Martin Brodeur – a Hall of Fame goaltender and former Devils player – when he officially retired from the NHL following 21 seasons with New Jersey. The Devils also have several classic rivalries that have stood the test of time. One of their biggest rivals is their cross-state opponent – Philadelphia Flyers. There's a healthy level of competition between these two teams whenever they play each other and both fanbases show up ready to cheer on their favorite team. Other rivals they share with other Eastern Conference teams are Boston Bruins, New York Rangers, and Pittsburg Penguins. 

Throughout its history, The New Jersey Devils franchise has amassed numerous awards for strong performance on the ice. These achievements include three Stanley Cups (1995, 2000 & 2003), five Eastern Conference Championships (1995, 2000, 2001 & 2012) plus two Prince of Wales Trophies (2000 & 2003) awarded to the best team in the regular season among all Eastern Conference teams. Leading this incredible journey is Head Coach Lindy Ruff; one of the National Hockey League’s longest-tenured coaches who joins The New Jersey Devil’s coaching staff after a long tenure as head coach for Buffalo Sabers (1997-2013). Finally, No trip into NJD history would be complete without mentioning some names that became synonymous with excellence in professional hockey - Ken Daneyko who played 21 consecutive seasons for The Devils from 1983 to 2003; Scott Niedermayer who won four cups for NJD and after retirement become the assistant coach for Anaheim Ducks; or Zach Parise whose move back to Minnesota Wild broke many NJD hearts but he will remain forever remembered as hometown hero who led his team against odds into Stanley Cup finals game back 2011/12 season against Los Angeles Kings and provided perhaps a most iconic moment within Devils’ recent history when he scored tying goal late in the regulation period.

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