In partnership with the NHL, NHLPA, CCM and Pure Hockey, the New Jersey Devils Learn to Play program introduces first time ice hockey participants between the ages of 5-9 to the key fundamentals of our game in a fun and engaging environment. Each participant receives brand new head-to-toe equipment and a minimum 8 weeks of on-ice instruction at participating rink partners throughout the Garden State led by Devils Alumni and certified USA Hockey coaches.
The New Jersey Devils are proud to support youth hockey camps and clinics year-round in partnership with RWJBarnabas Health, RWJBarnabas Health Hockey House, rink partners, USA Hockey & Atlantic Amateur Hockey Association featuring Devils Alumni and Mascot NJ DEVIL in an effort to help grow the game across all levels here in New Jersey.
To schedule a New Jersey Devils special appearance at your camp or clinic, contact Kevin Fox at KFox@newjerseydevils.com.
Each season, the New Jersey Devils host a Squirt Shootout Challenge in partnership with RWJBarnabas Health, local rink partners & USA Hockey certified youth hockey clubs with the winning shooter and goaltender earning themselves a trip to NHL All-Star Weekend to compete in the NHL's Mini 1-on1 competition!
IIHF World Girls' Ice Hockey Weekend is a global celebration of girl's hockey. In partnership with the IIHF, USA Hockey, AAHA, Mid-Atlantic Women's Hockey Association and Metropolitan Riveters, the New Jersey Devils are proud to support the growth of girl's hockey here in New Jersey.
Each November and March, USA Hockey and over 400 local youth hockey associations host a Try Hockey For Free Day. The Devils support local rink partners and youth hockey clubs who participate in this grow the game initiative with special appearances from Devils Alumni, Mascot NJ DEVIL, Event Team and special ticket offers.
As part of USA Hockey's Hockey Weekend Across America each March, the New Jersey Devils host two youth officials from the AAHA to participate in the "Meet the NHL Officials" Program. This experience comes with a pre-game meet and greet with the NHL Officiating crew, pre-game lap on the ice with an in-game recognition alongside the NHL referees prior to the national anthem and tickets to the game.