The New Jersey Devils are an NHL team based out of Newark, New Jersey that plays in the Eastern Conference. The hockey team, now referred to as the Devils, was founded as a part of the NHL’s 1974 expansion and was known as the Kansas City Scouts. Hockey just didn’t seem to play out well in Kansas City as the team was a failure both on and off the ice. The Scouts moved to Denver in 1975 and became the Colorado Rockies of the Smythe Division. Instability struck again in Colorado, as the team went through multiple owners and coaches and found little success on the ice as the Rockies. The team was then solid to Arthur Imperatore in 1978 who announced that he would move the team to northern New Jersey. In 1982, the hockey franchise found their permanent home in New Jersey and before beginning their first season of play, local fans named the team, the Devils, through a vote in local newspapers. The 1980’s served as a decade of adjustment and establishment for the New Jersey Devils, as the team attempted to build a stable franchise that would last far longer than it did in Kansas City and Denver. Hard work and patience from Devils management and fans would quickly pay off, as they became one of the most talented teams in the entire NHL during the 1990’s. After a series of player and personnel changes, Jacques Lemaire, a former coach of the Montreal Canadians took over the role of head coach in 1993. With a lineup that included Scott Stevens, Scott Niedermayer and Ken Daneyko; forwards, Stephane Richer, John MacLean, Bobby Holik, and Claude Lemieux; and goaltenders, Chris Terreri and Martin Brodeur, the team completed their first 100-point season. New Jersey was division champions three times during the late 90’s and took home Stanley Cup victories in both 1995 and 2000. For their first title, captain, Scott Stevens and the high scoring, Claude Lemieux put together an unbelievable post-season to help the Devils defeat a powerhouse Detroit Red Wings team in four games in the 1995 Stanley Cup Finals. In 2000, the team avoided a late season slump to earn yet another appearance in the Stanley Cup Finals. This time backed by young guns, Scott Gomez and Brian Rafalski, as well as their 1995 Stanley Cup winning goaltender, Martin Brodeur, New Jersey took down Mike Modano and the defending champion, Dallas Stars, in six games. Only several seasons later, the Devils capped off their hockey dynasty by bringing New Jersey its third Stanley Cup victory in just eight years. Brodeur won his third Cup in net with the Devils when New Jersey won in a heart-pounding seven-game series against the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim. Today, the Devils continue their success in Newark and their state-of-the-art new home of the Prudential Center. New Jersey is loaded with a core of young talented players like Adam Henrique, Travis Zajac, and Cory Schneider, who brought the Devils back to the Stanley Cup Finals in 2012 and are currently seeking to bring Lord Stanley back to Jersey for the fourth time.
Celebrate the three-time NHL champions by browsing our exclusive selection of unique New Jersey Devils memorabilia for the right addition to your sports collection or a one-of-a-kind sports gift. SportsMemorabilia.com is home to an incredible number of autographed hockey pucks, jerseys, sticks, and much more from your all-time favorite Devils players. Remember the Devils dynasty of the 1990’s and 2000’s with rare NHL products signed by icons of the sport, such as Scott Stevens and Martin Brodeur, or show your support for the team’s current stars with a variety of autographed sports memorabilia featuring Patrik Elias and Jaromir Jagr.
Martin Brodeur Signed Jerseys
: Martin Brodeur has put together one of the greatest careers the NHL has seen and he’s nowhere neat done writing his legacy. The storied New Jersey Devils veteran is widely considered to be one of the greatest goalies of all time. His extensive list of achievements supports that title with accolades including three Stanley Cup championships and more wins and shutouts than any goaltender in NHL history. There is no better way to show your support for one of the best goalies in sports history than displaying an authentic Martin Brodeur signed jersey in official New Jersey Devils design at home or the office. Each New Jersey Devils jersey that features an authentic Martin Brodeur autographed comes with a certificate of authenticity to guarantee these items will acquire future worth. Pay tribute to a hockey icon that will forever hold a special place within the NHL while showing your Devils pride with an autographed Martin Brodeur jersey to star your hockey collection.
Autographed Scott Stevens Memorabilia
: Retired NHL defenseman, Scott Stevens captained the New Jersey Devils to all three of the team’s Stanley Cup Finals victories. The 13-time NHL All-Star put together one of the most impressive careers the league has ever seen and has gone down as arguably the greatest New Jersey Devil of all-time. Remember the glory days of the iconic Devils captain with rare authentic Scott Stevens memorabilia. Often bearing the official logo of the New Jersey Devils, NHL products with a Scott Stevens autograph are the ultimate way to show your support for one of hockey’s biggest heroes and his three Stanley Cup Championships. With a Scott Stevens signed puck or Scott Stevens autographed stick at the helm you can take home sports memorabilia of Hall of Fame value and create the perfect New Jersey Devils memorabilia collection.
Adam Henrique Signed Photos
: After decades of All-Star caliber play from players, like Brian Rafalski, Scott Gomez, and John Madden, young Adam Henrique looks to become the next superstar of the New Jersey Devils. The Devils’ new gun has been one of the most prolific players in the NHL since his debut in 2010, being named the NHL Rookie of the Month in December 2011, and being selected to play in the 2012 NHL Rookie All-Star SuperSkills Competition. Celebrate an NHL player of the future with an authentic Adam Henrique signed photo to star your sports room or collection. SportsMemorabilia.com features a number of must-have autographed Adam Henrique photos featuring the Devils forward, with shots of Henrique scoring, passing, and celebrating one of his many goals. As Adam Henrique is slated to be the next great New Jersey Devils sensation, the value of NHL merchandise with an Adam Henrique autograph will do nothing but rise in the years to come.
Most popular New Jersey Devils players: Cory Schneider