New Jersey Devils Tickets
Since the earliest of civilizations there has been some form of sport to which we humans are addicted to. Some might want baseball all the time whereas others might be addicted to tougher football. In the Eastern part of the world, crickets seems to dominate the scene. Yet one such game which can really woo its fans around the world is none other than the much loved, ice hockey.
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- Eleven people associated with the Devils have been inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame. These include eight players.
- The Devils have retired three player jerseys so far. These include Ken Daneyko’s number 3, Scott Stevens’ number 4 and Scott Niedermayer’s number 27.
- Ken Daneyko holds the franchise record for having played the most games for the Devils. He played 1,283 during his stellar career.
- Under the stewardship of general manager Lou Lamoriello, the Devils made thirteen consecutive playoff appearances from 1997-2010.
- Under Lamoriello, the team posted a winning record every season from 1992-1993 to 2009-2010.
The history of ice hockey dates back to the 18th century and my my the sport has definitely increased manifolds in terms of popularity since then. Sport lovers know what it’s like to see their hottest ice hockey team sizzle over the ice rink. For years ice hockey has provided major entertainment to millions and its fans are spread across the globe. One such team which considers entertaining you its personal business is, the New Jersey Devils. Before the ice melts, get hold of your New Jersey Devils tickets and prepare yourselves for an enthralling match.
The New Jersey Devils have wooed their fans time and again, winning three Stanley Cups, Four Conference Championships and nine Division Championships; the Devils have done nothing but maintain their popularity graph among fans. Popularly known as the Devils, the team as the name suggests is rooted in Newark, New Jersey. These members of the Atlantic Division play in the Eastern Conference in National Hockey League (NHL). Originally the club was founded in Kansas City, Missouri. At that time the team was called Kansas City Scouts. These series of events date back to 1974. Soon it shifted to Denver, Colorado. The shift in location caused a change in the name of the club as well, as they were now known as the Colorado Rockies. However after two seasons they decided on settling in New Jersey right at the start of the 1980’s.
This Cinderella team did not do any wonders in the initial years, but once it got in the hands of the manager and president, Lao Lamoriello, the performance of the team changed radically. It was like a sudden twist in the nature of how things were going for the Devils, as they were able to make it to twenty playoffs from the last twenty two seasons. Their performance has stunned and surprised many as they have 18 straight seasons over .500; currently the longest such streak of any team in America's four major sports. They have learned how to satisfy their fans as they have made it to the Stanley Cup finals four times and have won the prestigious cup thrice out of those four times. The Devils showed their might and strength as a team first in 1995, for it was then that they won their first Stanley Cup. Again they won the season in flying colors, right at the crack of the new millennium. Three years later in 2003 the Devils made their nemesis succumb to bitter defeat yet again. The only team in the American NHL expansion franchises that can boast of more Stanley Cups than the Devils is the New York Islanders.
For years, the Devils have been noted for their Defense oriented style of play, however in recent years a shift is seen in their playing style, and they have worked on their offense as well. Two of the deadliest rivals of the Devils remain to be the Philadelphia flyers and the New York Rangers. The Devil fans know where to catch all the excitement live, The Prudential Centre is where the Devils play their home games at. Since all the fans cannot make it to the arenas they can simply tune into media channels, MSG Plus and MSG for live sporting events. You may also tune into WFAN (660 AM). The logo for the team is a depiction of a devil, it is a monogram of letters N and J. The J has two devil horns and a pointed tail at the bottom. The monogram has team colors, red, white and black. What do you have to say for a team that has a mascot called the NJ Devil. This seven foot tall devil plays into the myth of the Jersey Devil . Fans go all the more crazy when they see their favorite devil skating across the arena giving hi fives to fans and participating in the entertainment during the intermissions. To catch all this fun and more grab your New Jersey Devils tickets from us now!
New Jersey Devils Ticket Prices
Currently the average price for New Jersey Devils tickets is $67. The date and location for this event is 10-May-21 at Wells Fargo Center - PA, Philadelphia. The minimum get-in price for New Jersey Devils tickets is $55.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Philadelphia Flyers vs. New Jersey Devils||Philadelphia||10-May-21||$67||$55|
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