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New Jersey Devils History:
The New Jersey Devils are a professional ice hockey team based in East Rutherford, New Jersey. The Devils are currently members of the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League. Over the course of their history the Devils have won the Stanley Cup three times.
The team was founded in Kansas City, Missouri in 1974, moved to Denver after only two seasons, then finally settled in New Jersey in 1982. Since the Devils moved to New Jersey they have played their home games at the Continental Airlines Arena. In 2007 the Devils are expected to move to a new arena that is currently under construction in the city of Newark.
The team was officially renamed the ‘New Jersey Devils’ on June 30, 1982. Over 10,000 people voted in a contest held by local newspapers to select the name, which was influenced by the legend of the Jersey Devil, an ominous crypto-zoological creature said to inhabit the Pine Barrens of New Jersey. The Devils' very first game ended in a 3-3 tie to the Pittsburgh Penguins. The Devils earned their first victory over their new trans-Hudson rivals, the New York Rangers, 3-2. However, in their first season the Devils finished with a 17-49-14 record.
During the 1980s the Devils had begun building a nucleus of young players. John MacLean, Kirk Muller, and Pat Verbeek all complemented the veteran leadership that made up the rest of the team. Between 1984 and 1988 the Devil's record improved each season.
The Devils made the playoffs each year between 1990 and 1993, but were eliminated in the first round all four times. The Devils steamrolled through the 1993-94 regular season with a lineup including: defensemen Scott Stevens and Scott Niedermayer, forwards Stephane Richer, John MacLean, Bobby Holik, and Claude Lemieux, and goaltenders Martin Brodeur and Chris Terreri. The Devils finished with the league's second-best record behind the New York Rangers and their first 100-point season. The Devils took the Rangers to seven games in the Eastern Conference Finals before losing the deciding game in double overtime. Despite the setback, the Devils returned to the Eastern Conference Finals during the lockout-shortened 1994-95 season and defeated the Philadelphia Flyers four games to two. Even amid the rumors that the Devils would relocate for a third time, the team went on to win New Jersey's first-ever Stanley Cup, sweeping the heavily favored Detroit Red Wings.
The Devils missed the playoffs the following season and struggled through the remainder of the decade. In 1999-00, however, the Devils reached the top again, defeating the Dallas Stars in six games to win the Stanley Cup for the second time.
In 2001 the Devils fell short of winning their third Stanley Cup by losing to the Colorado Avalanche in seven games.
In 2003 the Devils brought the Stanley Cup to New Jersey for a third time, beating the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim four games to three. Martin Brodeur, Scott Stevens, Scott Niedermayer, Ken Daneyko, and Sergei Brylin each won their third cup.
In July 2005 the Devils announced that head coach Pat Burns would not return for the 2005-06 season after being diagnosed with cancer for the second time in little more than a year. Assistant coach Larry Robinson, the Devils' head coach from 2000 to 2002, was promoted to start the season. Instead of naming a captain, Robinson chose four alternate captains: John Madden, Alexander Mogilny, Brian Rafalski, and Colin White.
On April 29, 2006, the Devils won their first round Stanley Cup playoff series against the New York Rangers four games to none. The Devil’s season ended in the next round with an 4-1 game 5 loss to the Carolina Hurricanes, who would go on to win the Stanley Cup.
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