New Jersey Devils Postseason
The New Jersey Devils have been one of the most successful NHL franchises of the past two decades and are always a threat in the Eastern Conference playoff race. Since moving to the Garden State from Colorado in 1982, the team has made the postseason 20 times, captured nine division championships and hoisted three Stanley Cup banners to the rafters at the Prudential Center.
Over the years, the Devils have been blessed with a handful of Hall of Famers who played a major role in their championship runs of 1995, 2000 and 2003. Defenseman Scott Stevens and goalie Martin Brodeur made the Devils' back line a terror during the '90s and early 2000s, and the team had a strong offense thanks to stars like Patrik Elias, Peter Stastny and Jamie Langenbrunner.
Perhaps the Devils' most surprising championship occurred during the 1994-95 season which was shortened due to the NHL lockout. The Devils snuck into the playoffs as the fifth seed and cruised past the Boston Bruins, Pittsburgh Penguins and Philadelphia Flyers. With a boost from Conn Smythe winner Claude Lemieux, the Devils beat the Detroit Red Wings in the Stanley Cup Finals to win their first championship.
After a playoff appearance in 2010 and a bit of roster re-tooling, the Devils look like contenders to bring home their fourth Stanley Cup.
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