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The New Jersey Devils are one of three teams in the New York-tri state area and have found great success in the National Hockey League, especially since the mid-1990s. The team was originally founded in 1974 as the Kansas City Scouts and became the Colorado Rockies in 1978. The team made the move to New Jersey in 1982 and took on a new nickname. The franchise has won three Stanley Cup Championships in five opportunities and nine division titles in the Eastern Conference.
New Jersey has a great reputation of allowing only the best players to play for them. The franchise has retired the number of three players for the good they did for the team including Ken Daneyko, Scott Stevens and Scott Niedermayer. Daneyko spent his entire professional career playing for the Devils and holds the franchise record for the most games played in the uniform with 1,283 games. Other players that spent some time during their Hall of Fame careers with the Devils include Brendan Shanahan, Doug Gilmore, Joe Nieuwendyk and Igor Larionov.
The franchise has also seen several talented players compete for the team in recent years including Patrik Elias, Zach Parise and Bryce Salvador. Salvador, the 37-year-old defenseman has played with the Devils since 2007 and was named the captain of the team in 2013. Salvador is a tough player that is known for sticking up for his teammates and is someone opposing players don't want to mess with.
For home games, the Devils welcome the opposition and their fans to the Prudential Center in Newark, New Jersey. The facility opened in 2007 and has been the home of the Devils ever since. The arena can seat more than 17,500 fans for hockey games and as many as 19,500 for concerts. The arena was also the home of the New Jersey Nets before the team made the move to Brooklyn.