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The New Jersey Devils are coming off a disappointing 2013 campaign but will look to return to the playoffs behind legendary goaltender Martin Brodeur. Many are speculating that it could be the final season for the future Hall of Famer, so don’t miss a second of the action at the Prudential Center. Order your New Jersey Devils tickets for all of the games on the NHL schedule, including Devils playoff tickets.

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After reaching the Stanley Cup Finals last season, the New Jersey Devils took a step in the wrong direction in the 2013 campaign. The Devils finished a disappointing 11th in the Eastern Conference and 5th in the Atlantic Division. Hockey experts knew it would be difficult for New Jersey to repeat their efforts from the previous season as they had 10 unrestricted free agents heading into the offseason. They were able to retain future Hall of Fame goaltender Martin Brodeur and veteran defensemen Bryce Salvador, but not their former captain, Zach Parise. Parise signed a 13-year contract worth $98 million in the offseason to play with his hometown Minnesota Wild.

The Devils had a hard time getting on track during the course of the ‘13 NHL regular season. The lockout surely didn’t help an aging Devils roster which had to play much more frequently with only 48 games on the schedule. New Jersey was officially eliminated from playoff contention on April 21st when they were defeated by the rival New York Rangers by a score of 4-1. The Atlantic Division of the Eastern Conference is certainly one of the most difficult in the league. It features the Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, and Philadelphia Flyers, all of which had playoff expectations going into the 2013 season. Unfortunately for Devils fans, the team finished with just 48 points and a very mediocre record of 19-19-10. The Devils will look to return to the playoffs in the ‘13-‘14 season in what many believe will be Marty Brodeuer’s final season.

Head coach Peter DeBoer will look to bring the Devils back to the postseason next season when the league will shift back to a full 82 game season. New Jersey Devils tickets at the Prudential Center can often be difficult to find but not with the help of GoTickets. We have a great selection of seats for all of the games on the Devils schedule, including New Jersey Devils playoff tickets. Order your Devils tickets today and catch all the exciting action!

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