The New Jersey Devils have not had much to celebrate on the ice this season. With 64 points heading into the weekend, the Devils are sixth in the Metropolitan Division. Still, there’s enough history for the Devils to cheer about, and that’s exactly what the team will do for a game against the Philadelphia Flyers on Sunday.
Prior to the 5pm puck drop on Sunday, the Devils will honor the 1995 Stanley Cup Championship team in a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the win. The pre-game ceremony will welcome players, coaches, staff and their families from New Jersey’s first Stanley Cup winning team.
On the secondary market, Devils tickets against the Flyers this Sunday will be the second most expensive for remaining home games this season. The current average price for the game is $158.90 with a get-in price of $80. It’s 167% more expensive than the average price for Friday night’s game against the Columbus Blue Jackets. The only home game with a more expensive average price on the secondary market will be the home finale against the New York Rangers. The game on April 7 has an average price of $229.43 with a get-in price of $89.
Festivities for celebrating the 1995 team starts on Saturday with a charity alumni game at AmeriHealth Pavillion. Players announced to participate include Martin Brodeur, Claude Lemieux, Scott Stevens, Scott Niedermayer and Ken Daneyko.