New Jersey Devils Tickets

After its formation in the seventies and then shifting to several places before finally settling in New Jersey, the ‘New Jersey Devils’ is one of the most beloved hockey teams in the country. They are members of the Metropolitan Division of NHL’s Eastern Conference. The team has always played competitively but it wasn’t before the nineties when the team started making a name for itself. The 92-93 and 09-10 seasons ended with the Devils finishing with a winning record, and also bagged three Stanely Cup Finals between 1994 and 2003. Since then the team continues to be a fan favorite and New Jersey Devils tickets continue to be in high demand.


New Jersey Devils

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Although experiencing slow performance in its early years, the New Jersey Devils have had a good record since the late eighties and early nineties. Even though the Devils are known for their defense first approach they have also developed exceptional offensive style skills. Since the team rose to the status of a Division in 1993, they have bagged nine Atlantic Division season titles, the latest one in 09-10 season. Fans are excitedly buying New Jersey Devils tickets for the pre-season matches as they are expecting their favorite team to repeat the winning streak again in the upcoming season.

From Kansas City to New Jersey

The ice-hockey team ‘New Jersey Devils’ was formed in 1974 in Kansas City, Missouri. Back then it was known as the Kansas City Scouts. After two seasons of their formation, the team moved to Denver, Colorado and renamed itself as the Colorado Rockies. In 1982, the franchise finally moved to New Jersey and became what it is today. The New Jersey Devils are now a professional hockey team based out of Newark. The team had little luck in its early years. Although they improved after relocation to New Jersey, they could never break into the top three spots in their division. Between 1988 and 2013, the Devils have only been able to reach the playoffs for four times. Although the status quo of the team’s performances is not unsatisfactory and there are a lot of hopes for their upcoming performances as well.

Performance History

Since the current president and general Lou Lamoriello joined the team, however, New Jersey Devils have improved remarkably. They took thirteen berths in a row from 1997 to 2010. Every year from 1992 to 2010, the Devils also finished with a winning record. They have also made it to the Stanely Cup Finals five times, winning three out of them which is the second highest number since 1990.

Although recently they have been seen to work more on the offensive style in their play, the New Jersey Devils are most renowned for their defensive approach to game. Also, since the creation of Division in 1993, the New Jersey Devils have also won the Atlantic Division season title nine times, the last one in the 09-10 season. Since Nets have moved to Brooklyn, Devils are the only major professional sports team that represents itself as a New Jersey franchise.

Present and Future Expectations

Even before the 2013 season gave such unexpected and unpredictable results, tone thing was certain, New Jersey Devils had to face much competition in their National Hockey League matches. The defense lineup was most prone, but the efforts and hard work of the team showed on the field as the players were able to perform as strongly on the offense as the defense. This year once again, despite the veteran depth that exists on the paper for the team, several forwards stand a chance to make it into the NHL. Jon Merrill, Damon Severson and Scott Wedgewood seem to get the most bets. Eric Gelinas and Alexander Urborn are also worthy contenders. New Jersey Devils tickets are selling hot as fans are keeping their expectations high this season.


More about the Devils

  • Nine hockey Hall of Famers have had an association with the New Jersey Devils. including six players, an executive and a coach.
  • The team made a record of 111 points in a single season, 2000-2001.
  • The New Jersey Devils defeated the New York Rangers for the first time in the 2005-06 season, 11.
  • The team’s logo is a monogram of the alphabets N and J, with two devil horns and a devil’s tail on the J.
  • The team is named after Jersey Devil, an ominous creature that is supposed to inhabit the Pine Barrens of South Jersey.