New Jersey Devils
The New Jersey Devils are resuming the remainder of their 2019-2020 season in the NHL "bubble," located in Toronto, ON. The "bubble" is intended to keep NHL staff, players, and their families safe from complications related to COVID-19, and does not permit fan attendance at games. The New Jersey Devils compete in the Atlantic Division of the National Hockey League. The franchise was founded in 1974, and has become one of the best in the entire league. Not only are they well respected by other teams and organizations, but the Devils also have a large fan base as well. This goes a long way in making them one of the greatest hockey teams of all time.
The Devils play their home games at Prudential Center. This venue opened in 2007 to much anticipation, and it has never disappointed. Fans love to pack this arena and make noise for the Devils, and teams love the modern set up as well. In fact, this arena gives the Devils a home ice advantage each time that they have a home game.
Many great players have worn the Devils jersey over the years. Some of the more popular include Scott Stevens, Ken Daneyko, Kirk Muller, and Don Lever among many others.