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New Jersey Devils Acrylic Hockey Display Cases
From hockey pucks to jerseys you will find the perfect New Jersey Devils Display Case to display and protect those special souvenirs. Our cases are made from top quality acrylic and are designed specifically to hold hockey caps, hockey pucks in single or multi-puck displays, jerseys and helmets. Each display case includes an engraved New Jersey Devils logo on it.
History Of The New Jersey Devils
The New Jersey Devils started their NHL life in Kansas City and played there as the Kansas City Scouts from 1974-1976 before moving to Denver, Colorado where they became the Colorado Rockies. The Rockies stayed there from 1976-1982 before moving to East Rutherford, New Jersey to become the Devils.
The team was far from spectacular in each of its years prior to moving to New Jersey and remained one of the below average teams for the first few years as the Devils had not reached any higher than fifth in their division.
Things changed in a big way for the team following the hiring in 1987 of President and General Manager Lou Lamoriello. The Devils turned into a serious contender at that moment and have been in the playoffs all but four times from when Lamoriello took over to 2013 and have collected playoff berths for a total of thirteen seasons in a row between 1997 and 2010.
Due to their geographic location, the New Jersey Devils have developed a rivalry with the New York Rangers and the Philadelphia Flyers which has been good for the health of each team and has generated a great deal of fan interest. Following the move of the New Jersey Nets of the NBA to Brooklyn, the Devils became the only professional sports team identified as a New Jersey franchise.
The team colors are red, black and white and the team is part of the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference.
There have been a number of great players who have skated for the New Jersey Devils and they include Martin Brodeur (1991-present), Scott Stevens (1991-2004), Patrick Elias (1995-present), Scott Niedermayer (1991-2004) and John MacLean (1983-1998).
The New Jersey Devils have won three Stanley Cups (1994-1995, 1999-2000, 2002-2003), 5 Conference Championships and 9 Division Championships.