New Jersey Devils

Sport Hockey
Country United States United States
Home town East Rutherford
Founding year 1974
Leagues National Hockey League

The New Jersey Devils is an NHL team that plays in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference. The franchise was originally Kansas City Scouts (1974-1976), then changed to Colorado Rockies (1976-1982) before relocating to New Jersey in 1982.

The team has been successful and has won three Stanley Cups, four conference championships, and six division championships since 1974. This places the Devils among the top in the last decades.

The Devils will get a new arena as of next season - the Prudential Center with a capacity of 17,615.

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New Jersey Devils won a game against Philadelphia Flyers (4 - 2) in the National Hockey League -

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Team Roster

Name Position
Jason Arnott centre
Bobby Holik centre
Jacob Josefson centre
Dean McAmmond centre
Rod Pelley centre
Brian Rolston centre
Travis Zajac centre
Dainius Zubrus centre
Matthew Corrente defence
Rob Davison defence
Tyler Eckford defence
Mark Fraser defence
Andy Greene defence
Mike Mottau defence
Anssi Salmela defence
Bryce Salvador defence
Henrik Tallinder defence
Anton Volchenkov defence
Johan Hedberg goaltender
Kevin Weekes goaltender
Jamie Langenbrunner left wing
Pierre-Luc Letourneau-Leblond left wing
Zach Parise left wing
Andrew Peters left wing
David Clarkson right wing
Patrick Davis right wing
Ilya Kovalchuk right wing
Nick Palmieri right wing
Ilka Pikkarainen right wing

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