1. Retired Numbers and Stanley Cup Banners
Hanging from the rafters of the Prudential Center are banners honoring the Devils greatest players including Scott Stevens, Martin Brodeur, and Scott Niedermayer, as well as the club’s three Stanley Cup winners. Check these out to remember all of the best moments in Devils history.
2. Championship Plaza
Championship Plaza opened to celebrate the Devils 30th anniversary and is an excellent place to gather before the game. The plaza features a 22 ft tall hockey player statue and is home to Devils Fan Fest on game days. Make sure to check it out during your visit to the Prudential Center.
3. Fan Fest
Fan Fest takes place at Championship Plaza is the ideal location for families to hang out before the game. At Fan Fest, you’ll be able to enjoy live music, take part in activities, and grab a bite to eat making it an excellent pregame destination.
4. N.J. Devil
The Devil’s seven ft tall mascot can be seen at every game high-fiving fans and firing t-shirts into the crowd. Keep your eyes open for him and your chance to win a Devils t-shirt.
5. Devils Den Team Store
Stop by the Devils Den to pick up some Devils gear before the game. The Devils Den is home to all kinds of merchandise, so no matter what you’re looking for you’ll find it here.
6. High School Hockey Display
The high school hockey display in the Prudential Center’s lobby does an excellent job of showing off New Jersey’s high school hockey pedigree. You can see jerseys of schools from all around the state, so take a minute to take them all in.
7. Goal Bar
The Goal Bar, on Suite Level One, is a great place to grab a drink and enjoy the game. The bar is even home to the Devils intermission and postgame show featuring Deb Placey and Ken Daneyko, so don’t forget to stop by during intermission.