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After a losing season in 2015, the New Jersey Devils have improved and look to string together a solid winning streak that will lead to the postseason. Cory Schneider is the man in goal for the Devils and is a key contributor to the New Jersey’s squad. Make sure to check out a Devils’ game and find the cheapest New Jersey Devils tickets on Rukkus!

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How do I buy the best price New Jersey Devils tickets?

The best way to purchase New Jersey Devils tickets is to go directly to the specific New Jersey Devils page. There you will find the entire schedule for the Devils listed in order starting with the games that are closest in geographical location. Proceeding that will be all of their games in chronological order with games from similar teams near the bottom. After finding a seat, you can flip through the pictures taken from each seating chart for Prudential Center that provides a seat view of every possible section. If you are either looking to purchase a ticket or have already bought your seat, our seat view will give you the ability to see exactly what the view of the game will be from your seat. The interactive seating charts of Prudential Center provide a convenient way to preview everything about your experience so that you are completely informed before making your game purchase.

How much do New Jersey Devils tickets cost?

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Can I buy away tickets for the New Jersey Devils?

Purchasing tickets for the New Jersey Devils when they are on the road is simple. Check the schedule for the night that they will be in town and go to the New Jersey Devils page. Rukkus has every home and away game listed from tonight on through the end of the season. Regardless of whether you bought a ticket last minute or months ahead of time, rest assured that we always guarantee every ticket sold.

When do New Jersey Devils tickets go on sale?

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Can I purchase home game tickets for the New Jersey Devils?

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What makes Prudential Center special?

The Prudential Center is built just two blocks from Newark Penn Station in downtown Newark, making it readily accessible from many points of transportation nearby. As well, Prudential Center is the first arena built in the New York metropolitan area since 1981 when the Devil’s previous home was built. The arena has been key in the revitalization of the Newark area.

Who are some marquee players that have been apart of the New Jersey Devils team in the past?

The New Jersey Devils have been a part of the NHL since their inception as the Kansas City Scouts in 1974. Many great players have suited up for the Devils during this time period including Scott Stevens, Scott Niedermayer, Ken Daneyko, Patrik Elias, Scott Gomez, and John MacLean among others.

How have the New Jersey Devils performed historically?

During their time in the NHL, the New Jersey Devils have had a lot of success and have racked up many accolades along the way. The Devils have made it to 5 Stanley Cup Finals, having won 3 of those Finals. As well, they have won the Conference Championship 5 total times and their division a total of 9 times.

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The New Jersey Devils put on a spectacular display of speed and skill at the Prudential Center. The Devils captivate their home crowd by skating circles around the competition en route to another victory. Fans at “The Rock” in downtown Newark, New Jersey are treated to excellent hockey and a fan-friendly environment. Grab your tickets and join the festivities!

The Devils have been entertaining New Jersey hockey fans for decades. After initially struggling as a relocated team in the 1980’s, the Devils quickly became one of the league’s best teams and won three Stanley Cups along the way. From great players like Martin Brodeur, Scott Stevens and Scott Niedermayer, the Devils have a long history of success. Come see this Devils team continue their winning tradition!

The marvelous action on the ice is matched only by the electric atmosphere in the crowd. Fans wearing black and red Devils jerseys proudly call themselves the “Devils Army” and they loudly voice their support during games. Under new ownership, the Prudential Center has become an impressive attraction for all hockey fans to visit. The accommodations in the arena are first-rate and add to the overall experience of the game. Grab your Devils tickets and visit “The Rock” today!

You will witness a night of riveting NHL action and a lively fan base at the Prudential Center. The Devils pride themselves on winning in front of their home crowd and always put forth a tremendous effort. Opponents don’t look forward to visiting New Jersey to take on the “Devils Army” and this talented hockey club, but the experience as a hockey fan will be unforgettable. Get your tickets right away!

New Jersey Devils Overview

Despite what disgruntled fans and shortcut historians may have you believe, the New Jersey Devils did not destroy professional hockey in 1994-95. They sure altered the course of NHL history though, if that isn’t too hyperbolic.

The Devils franchise began two decades prior to their 1995 Stanley Cup championship. It also began in Kansas City. The Devils were then the KC Scouts, founded in 1974. The team lasted just two seasons in Missouri, finishing last both years and obviously not battling for a playoff berth, before relocating to Denver and becoming the Colorado Rockies. From 1976 through 1982, the franchise wallowed away in Colorado, never winning more than 22 games.

A move to East Rutherford, New Jersey was in order, as was a revamped nickname. The New Jersey Devils became official in 1982. The interlocking N and J with devil horns and tail is now one of the most recognizable logos in all of sports. What wasn’t such a perfect hit right from the start though were the jerseys and color scheme. The Devils began play with red and green jerseys, even incorporating the green into the logo outline. Eventually, the shift was made to red and black, a pairing that seems to work much better with the idea of a devil.

Over the years, many things have changed for the Devils. They moved from East Rutherford to Newark and into the Prudential Center, their home arena still today. They shifted from a defense-oriented club into something more tasteful to the masses. They also went from a bottom-dweller into a multiple-time champion.

The start in New Jersey wasn’t much better than in the team’s previous two cities. It took six years before it even qualified for the playoffs. The first playoff year, 1988, doubled as the first time the Devils broke .500 in a season, finishing with a record of 38-36-6. That was just the start though. They would make the playoffs seven out of eight seasons from that point up until their Stanley Cup-winning season of 1995.

1994-95 is a season that sticks in the craw of hockey fans. First of all, the season was shortened because of a lockout. The All-Star game was canceled too. Teams played just 48 regular-season games. The difficulties surrounding the season didn’t affect New Jersey on the ice. The Devils ended up sweeping the Detroit Red Wings in the finals on their way to their first ever title. But it wasn’t the fact that they won that had everyone miffed. It was the way they won.

The team in the 1990s used a defense-heavy approach, relying almost exclusively on the neutral-zone trap. Apparently teams prior used similar techniques, but no one brought it to prominence like the Devils and no one ever before turned the term into the profanity it became.

The coach for New Jersey at the time was Jacques Lemaire. He employed entire lineups who could defend, including centers. The team would force opposing attacks into mistakes and turnovers. Passing lanes would get clogged and the offense simply couldn’t get the puck to spots it wanted it in. The trap allowed for counter attacking from the Devils’ offense but it mostly slowed down games and ruined any type of flow or stylish hockey, forcing puck-handlers to dump and chase to even get the action into the attacking zone. It was the worst!

The NHL eventually instituted changes to attempt to alter the effectiveness of the trap style. Two-line passes were no longer prohibited. Also, officials were instructed to call obstruction, hooking and similar penalties more often as those were keys for trap defenders to keep their man in check. Although old Maple Leafs teams of the 1920s are credited with using neutral-zone trap techniques, New Jersey gets the most credit and the entire backlash for the affect it had on the game.

The interesting thing is the Devils continued through the 90s and 2000s having much more success while shifting into a more exciting brand of hockey. Although never winning the Presidents’ Trophy, the franchise would go on to win five conference championships and three Stanley Cup championships starting with that 1994 season.

Of course, historical records bend to the fact that New Jersey was a defensive team. Only three numbers are retired, all belonging to defensemen: Ken Daneyko’s number three, Scott Stevens’ number four, and Scott Niedermayer’s number 27. Also, former president and general manager Lou Lamoriello was inducted into the Hall of Fame as a builder. He was in charge for the franchise turnaround and remained a member of management all the way through 2015, when he stepped down as GM.

If that’s not enough to harp on the defensive acumen of this franchise historically, its best player of all time is a goaltender, arguably the greatest goaltender that’s ever played in the NHL.

Martin Brodeur was the goalie for all three Devils cup titles, all five conference titles and 17 postseason appearances. He was in net for 21 seasons in New Jersey and accumulated more records than most non-Gretzky hockey players. Brodeur is the NHL’s all-time leader in wins, shutouts and games played. He won at least 30 games in 14 out of 16 seasons from 1995 to 2012. He’s won the Calder Trophy, the Vezina Trophy four times and made nine All-Star games. Brodeur has faced the most shots and played the most minutes in league history and somehow hung onto a goals-against average in the top 10 all-time.

It wasn’t enough for New Jersey to employ the best defense in hockey throughout the 90s and through the next decade. It also had to have the best goalie backing that up. Brodeur even had his own hand in some league rule changes. Because of his superior stick handling at the goalie position, the NHL altered its rules pertaining to what goalies were allowed to do outside the crease. An infant compared to many other hockey franchises, New Jersey has made quite an impact on this league.

New Jersey Devils Lineup

  • Reid Boucher
  • Adam Henrique
  • Jacob Josefson
  • Travis Zajac
  • Mike Cammalleri
  • Ryane Clowe
  • Patrik Elias
  • Tuomo Ruutu
  • Steve Bernier
  • Damien Brunner
  • Stephen Gionta
  • Martin Havlat
  • Jaromir Jagr
  • Michael Ryder
  • Jordin Tootoo
  • Dainius Zubrus
  • Eric Gelinas
  • Andy Greene
  • Adam Larsson
  • Jon Merrill
  • Bryce Salvador
  • Damon Severson
  • Marek Zidlicky
  • Keith Kinkaid
  • Cory Schneider

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Cheap New Jersey Devils Tickets

The events below have been the cheapest of the season. We've listed the starting (lowest) price for any ticket to the event.
$2.00 New Jersey Devils at Dallas Stars — 03/04/2016
American Airlines Center; Dallas, TX
$3.00 NHL Preseason: New Jersey Devils at New York Islanders — 09/23/2015
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$4.00 NHL Preseason: New Jersey Devils at New York Islanders — 10/03/2016
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$4.00 NHL Preseason: New Jersey Devils at New York Islanders — 09/25/2017
Barclays Center; Brooklyn, NY
$4.00 NHL Preseason: New Jersey Devils at Washington Capitals — 09/27/2017
Verizon Center; Washington, DC
$5.00 New Jersey Devils at Carolina Hurricanes — 12/03/2015
PNC Arena; Raleigh, NC
$6.00 New Jersey Devils at Calgary Flames — 11/05/2017
Scotiabank Saddledome; Calgary, AB
$6.00 New Jersey Devils at Columbus Blue Jackets — 03/19/2016
Nationwide Arena; Columbus, OH
$7.00 New Jersey Devils at Tampa Bay Lightning — 10/14/2014
Amalie Arena; Tampa, FL
$7.00 New Jersey Devils at Columbus Blue Jackets — 02/25/2016
Nationwide Arena; Columbus, OH

Best and Most Expensive New Jersey Devils Tickets

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$3,568.00NHL Eastern Conference Finals: TBD at New Jersey Devils - Home Game 1 — 05/16/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$3,568.00NHL Stanley Cup Finals: TBD at New Jersey Devils - Home Game 1 — 06/01/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$3,568.00NHL Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: TBD at New Jersey Devils- Home Game 4 — 04/26/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$3,568.00NHL Eastern Conference Semifinals: TBD at New Jersey Devils- Home Game 1 — 04/29/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$3,568.00NHL Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: TBD at New Jersey Devils - Home Game 1 — 04/14/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$3,568.00NHL Eastern Conference Semifinals: TBD at New Jersey Devils - Home Game 4 — 05/12/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$3,568.00NHL Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: TBD at New Jersey Devils - Home Game 3 — 04/22/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$3,568.00NHL Eastern Conference Quarterfinals: TBD at New Jersey Devils - Home Game 2 — 04/15/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$3,568.00NHL Stanley Cup Finals: TBD at New Jersey Devils - Home Game 4 — 06/18/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ
$3,568.00NHL Stanley Cup Finals: TBD at New Jersey Devils - Home Game 3 — 06/12/2016
Prudential Center; Newark, NJ