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Viewing Party: Tuesday, Nov 15th @ North Brunswick Pub – Devils vs. Bruins

Viewing Party at Edison Ale HouseWhat could be more fun than hanging out with a group of fellow hockey fans, enjoying delicious discounted food and drinks, meeting NJ Devils alumni, playing exciting games, taking home fabulous prizes, and watching your NJ Devils take on the reigning Stanley Cup champs on a giant 80 inch HD projector?

Why don’t you come find out for yourself? Next Tuesday, November 15, the Devils Army Generals will be hosting our second viewing party of the season as the NJ Devils travel to Beantown to take on the Boston Bruins. As we continue our quest to bring the Devils Army to all corners of New Jersey and beyond, we’re venturing into the heart of the Garden State, to the North Brunswick Pub on Route 1 in North Brunswick, NJ.

The North Brunswick Pub is known for its tasty pub grub, reasonable prices, and friendly, casual atmosphere. With multiple large flat-screen TVs, two 80 inch HD projectors, and more, it’s the perfect place to recreate that “at the game” feeling. This location was actually suggested to us by a member of the Devils Army on Twitter, and is a favorite among many of my own family and friends.

As always, there will be contests and giveaways, raffles, a silent auction, and an appearance by a member of the Devils alumni – 2003 Stanley Cup Champion Grant Marshall.

If wings are your thing, you’re in luck—Tuesday nights at the Pub are “35 Cent Boneless Wing Nights” from 6pm until close! Be sure to check out some of their mouthwatering new sauces, including Mediterranean Feta, Creamy Pesto, Red Pepper Basil, and Garlic Parmesan! There will also be discount pitchers of domestic beer and other food and drink specials to be announced.

The fun starts at 7pm. Come join us at the North Brunswick Pub, located at 1864 Route 1 (on the northbound side) in North Brunswick, NJ. For directions, click here (I have provided directions from the Prudential Center—please make sure to change the starting address to your own).

For more information, please check out and RSVP to our Official Facebook Event. Bring a friend, Get Your Jersey On and we’ll see you there!

Have an idea for a possible viewing party location? Leave your comment below!

2011-2012 Kick-Off Party at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza

Anthony's Coal Fired PizzaIt’s finally October! The Devils Generals joined a ton of other fans at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Edison to celebrate and kick-off the season.

The fans took over Anthony’s and ate up! Anthony’s set us up with some great food and drink specials. Between the wings, ribs and speciality pizza’s, there was plenty of food going around. Oh and I forgot about the sausage and peppers plates and flatbread. Needless to say, we were stuffed.

Our very own Jim Dowd stopped by and was happy to take pictures and sign autographs. A Patrik Elias bobblehead and an autographed Travis Zajac stick were raffled off in addition to our table of giveaways for everyone who stopped by.

There was a great turn out with plenty of red flowing through the doors and Devils stamped cars in the parking lot. Fans mingled with other fans, talked about what they expected out of the Devils this season and how excited they were for opening night. Some fans just talked about how excited they were for Jim Dowd, and that’s cool too. Thanks to everyone who joined us, see you on Saturday for Opening Night!

Check out more photos on our Flickr.

Devils Army in New Jersey


What better way to watch your favorite team than with a bunch of fans at a bar with giveaways and the possible Alumni sightings? The Devils Army Generals and the New Jersey Devils are planning on having a viewing party each month of the 2011-2012 season and would like to cater to the best fans in the NHL.  In order for us to do so, we need to know what county you’re in so we can plan viewing parties in your area.

We’d also love suggestions for locations in your county so we can check them out!

Let’s hear from you Devils Army!

New Jersey Devils and New York Islanders join for Social Media Day

Mashable Social Media DayHappy Social Media Day! I bet you didn’t know this day existed, but the Devils Generals are all about social media so we have to celebrate it. Mashable, the leading company in the social and digital media field, claimed June 30th of 2011 Social Media Day to celebrate the impact it has on everyone’s lives. We build friendships, make connections and even do business via social media thanks to websites like Facebook, Twitter and Foursquare.

There are events and “meet-ups” being held across the country and the New Jersey Devils are hosting one – with the New York Islanders.

Put our rivalry aside, just for tonight, and join us at Twins Pub in Manhattan for food, fun and hockey talk. We’ll of course have raffles, prizes and special guest appearances including a visit from our own Ken Daneyko. The party starts at 7:30PM, make sure to RSVP and get your free ticket. And don’t worry, all ages are welcome. See you there!

Here’s what you need to know:

Where: Twins Pub (421 9th Ave, New York)
When: 7:30PM
RSVP: Register and get your free ticket

Stanley Cup Game 2 Viewing Party: Recap!

Hell's Kitchen Viewing Party

On Saturday night, Hell’s Kitchen Lounge opened up their doors and hosted a Stanley Cup Viewing Party during Game 2 between the Boston Bruins and Vancouver Canucks.  Over 25 people showed up on short notice and enjoyed the game on the big projector screen.

The Canucks took an early lead when Alexandre Burrows scored a power-play goal, making that his eighth goal of the postseason and keeping the Bruins off the scoresheet for a total of 81 minutes.  However, the Bruins didn’t give up and in the second period, Milan Lucic squeezed one between Roberto Luongo’s legs to even up the game.  A little over two minutes later, Mark Recchi scored a power-play goal to give the Bruins the lead and with that goal, Recchi, who turned 43 in February, became the oldest player in NHL history to score in a Stanley Cup Final.

In the third period, the Canucks evened the game, when Daniel Sedin ripped one into a wide open net while Thomas was trying to cut down the angle on Burrows.  The game went back and forth and remained tied and everyone was getting ready for some great overtime hockey.  Well, just as everyone was settling into their seats, they were right back up when Alexandre Burrows scored his 9th post-season goal just 11 seconds into OT.  This was Burrows third overtime goal, tying only two other players in NHL history, Maurice Richard of the Canadiens in 1951 and Mel Hill of the Bruins in 1939.

The Canucks now have a 2-0 lead heading into Game 3, which is this evening in Boston at 8pm.

We would like to thank the fans that showed up to this event and we hope you enjoyed your evening.  We would also like to thank Hell’s Kitchen and their staff for hosting this great event and we’re looking forward to having another viewing party there during the 2011-2012 season.

Hells Kitchen Viewing Party

Check back soon for more pictures!

Stanley Cup Game 2 Viewing Party: Hells Kitchen!

Jaime at Hells KitchenThe Vancouver Canucks and Boston Bruins are fighting for the Holy Grail, the Stanley Cup. Whether you have a rooting interest or not you can not deny that this series of games is always the most exciting to watch. The Devils Generals are hosting a viewing party to watch Game 2 of the Stanley Cup Finals.

This Saturday at 8PM, join us at Hells Kitchen in Newark for some hockey and sangria. It’s walking distance from that place we call home (The Rock!) and home to many pre-game parties and events during the regular season. Of course there will be drink specials and giveaways so be there!

Here’s what you need to know:

Hells Kitchen
150 Lafayette Street, Newark (Map!)

Saturday, June 4th @ 8PM

– Happy hour drafts
– $15 pitchers of sangria
– $28 bud vessels
– $4 lemon drop shots & $3 bomb shots

Easy, right? RSVP on Facebook or comment to let us know you’re coming along!


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