NJ Devils Tickets
The New Jersey (NJ) Devils play all their home games at the Continental Airlines Arena - located in the massive Meadowlands Sports Complex in East Rutherford, New Jersey – since their move here in 1982. The Arena, which opened in 1981, was then known as the Brendan Byrne Arena, named after the then governor of New Jersey. The Meadowlands Sports Complex covers an area of 750 acres, and is one of the largest and greatest sports complexes in the world. NJ Devils, and the New Jersey Nets of the NBA, are based at the Continental Airlines Arena. The Arena
The NJ Devils play all their home games at this Arena, which has a seating arrangement for 19,040 enthusiastic fans. The Continental Airlines Arena was designed as a joint venture by architects Grad Partnership, and engineers/planners Dilullo, Clauss, Ostroki & Partners. The project, which cost $85 million, started in 1977. The Arena opened on July 2, 1981, and was named for the then governor of the state. Though officially known as the Continental Airlines Arena since 1996, it is also referred to as the Meadowlands Arena. The Continental Airlines paid $29 million for 12-year naming rights, which will be over in 2008.The Devils At The Arena
The Devils debuted at the Arena on October 5, 1982 with a 3-3 tie against the Penguins. Three days later on October 8, they followed this with a 3-2 win against the New York Rangers, in front of a capacity 19,023 spectators.
On January 22, 1987, the Devils defeated Calgary, 7-5, in front of only 334 fans, who braved blizzard and 15 inches of snow. The game was delayed by 106 minutes, as only 13 Devil players arrived before the scheduled start. On April 9, 1988, the Devils defeat New York Islanders, 3-0, in their first ever playoff match at the Arena.
On June 24, 1995, the NJ Devils won their first of the three Stanley Cups by defeating the Detroit Red wings, four games to nil, at the Arena, then still known as the Brendan Byrne Arena. On June 10, 2000, the Devils defeated the Dallas Stars 4 games to 2, winning their second Stanley Cup at the Continental Airlines Arena. The Devils won their third Stanley Cup at the Continental Airlines Arena on June 9, 2003, defeating the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim 4-3 in the best of seven series.
The Devils played in four Stanley Cup finals, of which they won three. They lost to 4-3 to Colorado Avalanche in the final best of seven away game on June 9, 2001. The Tickets
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