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Devils to wear classic sweaters

by Staff Writer / New Jersey Devils
Devils forward Brendan Shanahan wearing the club's original colors in 1988.
Newark, NJ – The Devils will wear their original red, green, and white uniforms for one night, Wednesday, March 17, 2010, when they host their division rivals, the Pittsburgh Penguins, at Prudential Center at 7:00 PM. The announcement was made today by Devils’ President/CEO/General Manager Lou Lamoriello.

“The original red, green, and white jerseys are a part of our history here in New Jersey,” said Lamoriello. “We have always been an organization that takes great pride in its tradition. This is something we believe our fans will enjoy for that one special night.” The original red, green, and white jerseys were worn for 800 regular-season and 40 playoff contests from the team’s inception in 1982 through the 1992 Stanley Cup Playoffs. Jersey’s Team has worn red, black, and white since 1992-93, and both sweaters have featured a stylized “NJ” on the chest.

Full, as well as exciting, new partial-season ticket packages are on sale now. For further information, please contact an account manager at 1-800-NJ-DEVIL.
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