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First Look: Devils, NHL Finally Reveal Stadium Series Jersey

The Devls face the Flyers at MetLife Stadium on Feb. 17th at 8 P.M.



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The New Jersey Devils and the NHL have finally revealed the 2024 Stadium Series Jerseys. Here is your first look.

Wearing their new threads, the Devils face the Philadelphia Flyers outdoors and under the lights of Metlife Stadium on Feb. 17th at 8 P.M. The New York Rangers and New York Islanders face off the following day at 3 P.M. wearing their new threads as well.

The current Devils logo is a classic. However, the Devils and the NHL opted for a more simplified, clean look with a black silhouette of the “NJ” logo on a red based jersey. The numbers are quite large on both the back and the sleeves. That’s likely so the fans can see who is on the ice in a stadium that holds a capacity of 82.5 thousand people.

The Rangers received a new-ish design, opting for their diagnol text. However, instead of reading Rangers, it reads “NYR” in blue and red text. The Islanders opted for a navy blue base jersey with orange trim. Instead of a logo, their jersey reads “ISLES” accross the chest. And as for the Flyers, they’re logo remains unchanged on a white based jersey.

The Devils faced the Flyers twice so far this season. New Jersey is 1-0-1 in two tilts with their division rival thus far. Following their Stadium Series matchup, the Devils and Flyers will meet for the final time this season on April 13th in Philadelphia at 5 P.M.

According to the press release, “The jerseys will be available at, Fanatics’ network of online stores, NHL Shop NYC at Manhattan West, and team stores beginning Feb. 5.”

Before the Devils and Flyers face-off, the Jonas Brothers will be headlining a pregame concert at the marquee event.

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