New Jersey Devils: The Top 10 Moments at Prudential Center

March 17th, 2011 by levinakl Leave a reply »
The Devils played at the Continental Airlines Arena (originally known as Brendan J. Byrne Arena) in East Rutherford, NJ from their inception in 1982 through the 2006-07 season before moving to Newark, NJ in the plush new Prudential Center.  There were tons of memories in the old building, ranging from the obvious (three Stanley Cup championships and four Stanley Cup Final appearances) to the not so obvious (334 club - Jan 22, 1987. 

The new building doesn't quite have the history of the old one just yet, but let's take a look at the brief history, and recap the top moments... and I will note how many of the ten I attended, which I have been fortunate enough to attend, which is most of them. 

Keep in mind though, it only includes games at the Prudential Center, it does not take into account games that were played on the road, so games like Martin Brodeur's 551st win in Montreal, or Dainius Zubrus' four-goal game, or any other game the Devils played outside of the Prudential Center, was not considered here.

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