Come See the NJ Devils Take on the Ottawa Senators

We’re counting down the days to Christmas and to me that means that it’s time to go see the New Jersey Devils at the Prudential Center!  Every year, we like to make a trek to see our favorite hockey team play sometime during our winter break.  This year, we are going to see the Devils play the Ottawa Senators when they host them this Friday night, December 21st. Face off is at 7PM and fans can purchase tickets at


At Christmas time, we love to get dressed up in crazy Christmas outfits and see if we can make it on the JumboTron. Going to a Devils game is just so much fun.  Lots of action going on, great hockey, and tons of audience interaction.  I highly recommend taking in a game with your own family.  Imagine what a great gift it would be to give a family experience of a New Jersey Devils game! There are some great games coming up in the very near future.

The Devils host the Columbus Blue Jackets on Sunday, December 23rd for a matinee game at 12:30 PM at Prudential Center.

The Devils are having kids run the show at Prudential Center on Saturday, December 29 for their Kids Day game! Come out to Prudential Center to be a part of the fun-filled day!

We love to schedule a few of their games on our family calendar.  We especially love when they play the Toronto Maple Leafs! The New Jersey Devils are part of the 31-team National Hockey League, with teams throughout the United States and Canada. Established in 1982, they are currently in their 36th season in the Garden State.  During that time, the team has won three Stanley Cup Championships:  1995, 2000 and 2003.

You can follow the NJ Devils on their social media platforms for more fun and info. Find them on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook.  Hope to see you at the Prudential Center!


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