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Devils Youth Foundation Donates $25,000 to Boys & Girls Club | RELEASE

Donation supported by proceeds from Devils Hall of Fame goaltender Martin Brodeur's "MB30" Annual Alumni Invitational Golf Tournament

by Devils PR / NewJerseyDevils.com

NEWARK, N.J. - The Devils Youth Foundation will officially present a $25,000 donation to the Boys & Girls Club of Newark today at the New Jersey Devils home game vs. the Boston Bruins at 1:00PM at Prudential Center. The donation is supported by proceeds from former Devils Hall of Fame goaltender Martin Brodeur's annual "MB30" alumni invitational charity golf tournament, held on September 28, 2021. The donation will help to provide much-needed support for the Boys & Girls of Newark's endeavors to provide affordable after school, weekend and summer programs to thousands of children in Newark and the surrounding communities.

Video: Devils Donate $25K to Boys and Girls Club of Newark

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Devils Youth Foundation Names Kate Whitman Annis Executive Director

"We are thrilled to announce Kate as the Executive Director of the Devils Youth Foundation," said Devils Youth Foundation Chair Allison Blitzer.

by Devils PR / NewJerseyDevils.com

NEWARK, N.J. - The New Jersey Devils announced today the appointment of Kate Whitman Annis to the role of Executive Director of the Devils Youth Foundation. The New Jersey native will lead the day-to-day operations of the Devils Youth Foundation, including fundraising, grant strategy, special event planning and community partner relationships. In her role, Whitman Annis will be responsible for driving positive change by leveraging the incredible platform of sports and entertainment provided by the Devils and Prudential Center, one of the world's leading arenas.

Video: 1-ON-1 | Kate Whitman Annis
 
"We are thrilled to announce Kate as the Executive Director of the Devils Youth Foundation," said Devils Youth Foundation Chair Allison Blitzer. "Kate's passion for public service, the youth of this region, and the game of hockey, will allow the Foundation to expand its reach and continue to support meaningful change and growth in the communities we serve. We are excited for the future of the Foundation under Kate's leadership, as well as the celebration we have planned this weekend for a highly impactful local charity."

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Black Business Spotlight | THREE THINGS

Over the summer, the New Jersey Devils have shared the stories of various Black-owned businesses in the Northern New Jersey region. Learn more about these business in this edition of Three Things

by Catherine Bogart catherinebogart / NewJerseyDevils.com

Throughout the summer, the New Jersey Devils and their partners, Atlantic Tomorrow's Office and Konica-Minolta, have highlighted various Black-owned businesses in Northern New Jersey. Whether it's bakeries, moving companies or cinemas, this summer series has you covered with new businesses to support.

We are taking a closer look at the first three companies featured in this week's Three Things.

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RELEASE: Subban Named Devils Nominee for King Clancy Trophy

The trophy is presented to the player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community

by Press Release / NHL

NEW YORK (July 27, 2020) - The National Hockey League today announced the 31 team nominees for the 2019-20 King Clancy Memorial Trophy, which is presented "to the player who best exemplifies leadership qualities on and off the ice and has made a noteworthy humanitarian contribution in his community."

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COMMUNITY: Devils and RWJBarnabas Health team up for young patients

The Devils and RWJBarnabas Health worked together last season to give five young patients unforgettable experiences

by Caela McLoughlin / newjerseydevils.com

The New Jersey Devils partnered with RWJBarnabas Health for the 2018-19 season to provide unforgettable experiences to five young patients going through rough times. The patients were each invited to attend a Devils game where they were able to watch from a suite at Prudential Center with their families. They were invited to ride the Zamboni during the game, were visited by the Devils' mascot, NJ Devil, participated in a high-five tunnel and met a Devils player after the game.

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DREAM Newark continues partnership with Devils with Day of Service

DREAM recognizes Devils Managing Partners Josh Harris and David Blitzer for their commitment to the community

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils / newjerseydevils.com

DREAM recognizes Devils

DREAM recognizes Devils

DREAM continued its partnership with the Devils, Prudential Center and The Harris Family Charitable Foundation with a day of service

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NEWARK, N.J. (August 8, 2018)- New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center Managing Partners, Josh Harris and David Blitzer, were honored at DREAM Newark during a celebration at B.R.I.C.K Peshine Academy on Tuesday, August 7, 2018. The day was filled with learning, reading and fun with over 140 students engaging in New Jersey Devils games and activations. Josh Harris was joined by his wife, Marjorie, in this extraordinary event that helped to foster the partnership between the New Jersey Devils and Prudential Center. The Harris Family Charitable Foundation recently helped fund a grant to DREAM Newark for a literacy program and provide youth access to the powerful benefits of playing baseball and softball.

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#MikeyStrong/WFAN Boomer & Carton Game Huge Success

Third Annual #MikeyStrong/Reeve Foundation Charity Game Raises Awareness for Spinal Cord Research

by John Christian Hageny @JCCSPORTS / newjerseydevils.com

The ice hockey community is truly a unique one. Among its greatest traits is its innate ability to rally, rise up and take care of its own. Unassuming, unselfish and without question, when called upon there is perhaps no greater family on earth. 

In January of 2014, Mike Nichols, a senior forward on the Monroe Township ice hockey team, suffered a debilitating neck injury when he fractured his C-5 vertebrae in a high school ice hockey game in New Jersey. Despite being unable to lace 'em up and take to the ice, his spirit, his passion and love for the game has not wavered. He is #MikeyStrong, a reluctant ambassador of the game, a voice and a symbol of hope for hundreds afflicted with spinal cord injuries. 

In the quest to find a cure, Nichols' story has transcended borders, reaching further than anyone could have imagined -- all thanks to the overwhelming support from a hockey community that continues to support him -- and his cause -- unconditionally. 

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Elias to play in Mikey Nichols Charity Hockey Game

Check out the former NHLers who will skate in the Mikey Strong Charity Game

by Brian Born @BrianBorn / newjerseydevils.com

WFAN and the Prudential Center will co-host the Third Annual Mike Nichols Charity Hockey Game on April 21 at Prudential Center. Boomer Esiason and Craig Carton, hosts of the top-rated "Boomer & Carton" morning show on CBS RADIO's WFAN-AM/FM and simulcast on CBS Sports Network, will host and serve as team captains for the game, in hopes of raising money to benefit spinal cord research and quality of life initiatives.

Proceeds from the game will go to the Nichols Family Trust to provide for Mike's medical needs, as well as the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation, which is dedicated to curing spinal cord injury by funding innovative research, and improving the quality of life for individuals living with paralysis.

Tweet from @NJDevils: Recap last year's #MikeyStrong Charity Game with @WFAN and @BoomerAndCarton! @PruCenter hosts the event on 4/21. https://t.co/iWTCY5VosS pic.twitter.com/gsw0aZmDm5

General Admission tickets cost $20 and are on-sale now with corporate sponsorship and VIP packages also available. All attendees will receive a ticket voucher from the New Jersey Devils and the first 5,000 attendees to arrive on game day will receive a voucher from the New York Yankees. Each voucher will be valid for two (2) complimentary tickets to select games during the 2017 season.

A star-studded lineup full of NHLers and more will participate in the charity game. Below is the list of former members of Jersey's Team who will participate on April 21:

Patrik Elias: Fresh off #PattysLastLap, Patrik Elias will lace up the skates once more at Prudential Center. Elias will become the fifth member in Devils history to have his number retired by the organization, exiting the game as the franchise-leader in points, goals and assists. 

Grant Marshall: Former first round pick in the 1992 NHL Entry Draft, Grant Marshall will participate in his third Mikey Strong Charity Game this season. Marshall has built a strong bond with Nichols over the years. Marshall suffered a broken neck playing hockey in 1990 and experienced temporary paralysis before making a full recovery. As an NHLer, Grant Marshall won the Stanley Cup twice, once in Dallas (1999) and New Jersey (2003). 

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Delbarton, Glen Rock, Ridge State Champions Unite

New Jersey Devils Welcome NJSIAA Champs to Prudential Center

by John Christian Hageny @JCCSports / newjerseydevils.com

NEWARK -- Teammates and friends, coaches and adopted sons. All of them brothers in arms, forever linked by glory, together again for the first time -- and quite possibly the last time.

Three weeks had passed since Delbarton, Glen Rock and Ridge skated off as NJSIAA state champions but the New Jersey Devils saw fit to unite them again under one roof capping an extraordinary weekend of celebration as part of NHL's 100th anniversary tour at Prudential Center.

All three teams received the royal treatment, tickets to the game and first-class accommodations in one the Devils' fully furnished suites as New Jersey hosted the Dallas Stars in Newark Sunday night.

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3/9 Pregame Notes: Devils vs. Avalanche

New Jersey Devils (25-29-12) at Colorado Avalanche (18-44-3) 9PM ET • Pepsi Center • MSG+ • TOJN/WFAN

by New Jersey Devils @NJDevils / newjerseydevils.com

DEVILS VS. AVALANCHE

Tonight is the second and final game between New Jersey and Colorado this season. The Devils defeated the Avalanche, 3-2, on Feb. 14 at Prudential Center. Pavel Zacha, Andy Greene (PP) and Kyle Palmieri (GWG) each scored in the contest. Cory Schneider stopped 28 of 30 shots in the victory.

This is the second contest of the club's three-game, road-trip. New Jersey lost, 0-2, Mar. 7 at CBJ and will conclude their final game of the trip on Mar. 11 at Arizona.

The Devils are 5-4-2 against the Central Division and are 10-9-5 vs. Western Conference opponents. New Jersey has not defeated Colorado at Pepsi Center since Mar. 15, 2008 (4-2) and are 0-3-2 in their last games in Colorado. The Devils are 32-30-12 all-time vs. the Avalanche/Nordiques franchise.

Taylor Hall has eight goals and four assists (12pts) in his last 11 games vs. Colorado.

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