New Jersey Devils

The New Jersey Devils were founded in Kansas City, Missouri in 1974. The New Jersey Devils were originally called the Kansas City Scouts, and moved location once to Denver, Colorado to become the Colorado Rockies before finally settling in New Jersey in 1982. This is when they finally became the New Jersey Devils. The New Jersey Devils play in the Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference of the National Hockey League and play their home games at the newly constructed Prudential Center in Newark. The New Jersey Devils are notorious throughout the NHL for their defensive style of play.