For the past five seasons, Cory Schneider and his wife Jill, have been hosting New Jersey based community groups at all forty-one New Jersey Devils regular home games. Every Cory's Keepers group receives complimentary tickets directly located behind Cory's net, t-shirts and a postgame meet-and-greet with Jill and Cory. New this year, Cory's Keepers will be out in the community and building playground as they look to expand more in the community!
Over the past four seasons, Kyle Palmieri has been providing active military service members and veterans an opportunity to attend a New Jersey Devils home game. During select home games, Squad 21 invites military personnel and a guest to sit in Kyle's reserved section, along with a t-shirt, and a post-game meet and greet with Kyle.
The Kyle Palmieri Foundation was founded by New Jersey Devils forward Kyle Palmieri in 2017. The mission of the Kyle Palmieri Foundation is to give back to the patriots who put their lives on the line to preserve our freedoms as Americans. The issue is personal to Kyle, as he has several family ties to the military. Currently, his sister and brother-in-law are honorably serving our country in the National Guard and U.S. Army. This close connection to the military inspired Kyle to do more to help those who sacrifice the most.
Kyle and his wife Ashlee will be hosting the 2nd Annual Kyle Palmieri Foundation Military Ball on February 22, 2020. For more information, please visit kylepalmierifoundation.com
Blue Line Buddies
A program that P.K. started in Nashville is making its debut in New Jersey this season. The Blue Line Buddies program brings together an officer from the local Newark Police Department and an underprivileged youth during every home game, giving them an opportunity to bond over a fun-filled night of hockey. Each night, complimentary dinner is provided to the attendees and they get to meet P.K. Subban himself pre and post-game.