Newark, NJ – The New Jersey Devils have announced the scheduled participants for the 1995 Stanley Cup Red-White Alumni Game, including Martin Brodeur, the NHL’s all-time leader in wins and shutouts; Hall of Famer and 1994-95 captain Scott Stevens; and Claude Lemieux, the 1995 Conn Smythe Trophy winner as playoff MVP, that will kick-off a weekend of celebrating the 20th Anniversary of the franchise’s first championship. The charity alumni game, benefitting the New Jersey Devils Alumni Association, will take place on Saturday, March 7 at 3:00 p.m. (doors open at 2:30 p.m.) at AmeriHealth Pavilion.$50 General Admission tickets are now SOLD OUT.
A limited number of VIP packages are available for purchase at newjerseydevils.com/95cup
with proceeds benefitting the New Jersey Devils Alumni Association.
$995 VIP Package, includes:
- Two reserved premium tickets to the Alumni Game and one VIP parking pass
- 60-minute “Meet and Greet” with the players from the 1994-95 team
- Two Reebok premier jerseys with 20th Anniversary commemorative patch
- A donation receipt in the amount of $500 for tax purposes
$1,995 VIP Package, includes:
- All the elements of the $995 package
- Two tickets in a special luxury suite for the Devils-Flyers game on Sunday, March 8 at 5:00 p.m. during which the 1994-95 team will be honored
- A donation receipt in the amount of $875 for tax purposes
Coaches and players scheduled to participate include: Jacques Lemaire, Jacques Caron, Tommy Albelin, Sergei Brylin, Bob Carpenter, Shawn Chambers, Tom Chorske, Danton Cole, Ken Daneyko, Jim Dowd, Bruce Driver, Bill Guerin, Bobby Holik, John MacLean, Chris McAlpine, Randy McKay, Mike Peluso, Brian Rolston and Chris Terreri.
Special content and news, including ticket information for the Devils-Flyers game on March 8 at 5:00 p.m., at which the 1995 Stanley Cup team will then be honored in a pregame ceremony, can be found at the “Celebrating the ’95 Cup” site, newjerseydevils.com/95cup. Single-game tickets can be purchased for the March 8 contest against the Flyers or fans can select the special ’95 Stanley Cup Ticket Pack, which includes a limited edition t-shirt and tickets for games against all three Eastern Conference teams defeated en-route to the 1995 Stanley Cup Finals -- Boston (Feb. 27), Philadelphia (Mar. 8 Reunion) and Pittsburgh (Mar. 17).
The Devils will help fans celebrate the occasion with a series of interviews featuring Devils’ alumni from the 1994-95 season, which will be co-produced with MSG Networks and available on the site. Some of the best regular-season and post-season games from the championship run will also be available to view online. Fans can follow @NHLDevils on Twitter using the hashtag #95Cup for the latest updates.
The Devils Alumni Association, a not-for-profit charitable organization, was formed in 1999 to develop and execute community initiatives, including fundraisers, service programs, hockey clinics and special appearances that promote youth and amateur hockey with the help of former Devils players. The organization hosts or takes part in over 200 events each year, including its annual golf tournament, which has raised nearly $1 million since 2006.
The Devils Alumni Association also awards four scholarships each spring – a total of 44 since 2004 – to New Jersey high school seniors who demonstrate outstanding achievement in and out of the classroom.