First and foremost, the Devils Generals would like to sincerely thank all who participated in the Devils Generals Hurricane Relief Party at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza in Clifton, Ramsey and Edison. Because of your attendance and generous donations, we were able to raise $4,800!
Your generosity will make an immediate difference in the lives of the victims of Hurricane Sandy. We pulled together as a hockey community to help out those in dire need of basic necessities and support. What a shining example of the holiday spirit.
As the Holiday Season is upon us, we find ourselves reflecting on the past year and on those who make the Devils Army the greatest fans in the NHL. We value our relationship with you and wish you a very happy Holiday Season and a New Year filled with peace and prosperity.
The Devils Generals
When the New Jersey Devils beat the New York Rangers in the Eastern Conference Finals this past May, everyone anticipated the rematch between Martin Brodeur and Henrik Lundqvist. Little did fans know that it would occur almost six months to the day of Adam Henrique’s series winning goal, that the venue would be Atlantic City, and that the purpose of the game would be raising money for victims of a hurricane that rocked the shores of New Jersey and New York.
Almost 10,800 fans came out to Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City on Saturday night to see Brodeur, Lundqvist, and 32 other NHL players in Operation Hat Trick, a charity game that supported the American Red Cross, the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund, and the Empire State Relief Fund.
Last weekend, the NJ Colonial Coaches hosted the NJ Devil Alumni at Mennen Arena for a benefit hockey game. The “War to Restore NJ, Hockey Night in Morristown” was the brain-child of Sue DeBoer, (Peter DeBoer’s wife) and the first time the NJ Colonial Coaches played the Devils alumni in a charity event. Monies were raised for local charities to assist those in need affected by Hurricane Sandy, including the Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund founded by Mary Pat Christie. In addition to 100% of the proceeds going to charity, there was also a food drive for the Interfaith Food Pantry serving the Morris County Area.
Ladies and gentlemen we have us some hockey! Tomorrow night at 7 P.M. Ken Daneyko, Bruce Driver, John MacLean and Sergei Brylin will team up with head coach Peter DeBoer to take on the New Jersey Colonials Coaching Staff at Mennen Arena in Morristown. This is going to be a benefit game to support those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
As Devils fans we know who our cherished alumni are, but if you don’t have kids involved in youth hockey you may not be familiar with the New Jersey Colonials. The New Jersey Colonials are a youth travel hockey organization celebrating 40 years of skating at a highly competitive level. Their Hockey Directors have assembled a winning staff of coaches who have taken their teams to States, Districts and National Championships and have competed for some of the most prestigious Cups in youth hockey. Read the rest of this entry
SAVE THE DATE!
Please join The Devils Army Generals for a party
to benefit those affected by Hurricane Sandy.
There will be 3 party locations: Clifton, Ramsey and Edison at Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza
20% from each check will be donated to benefit Sandy relief for anyone wearing
Devils gear all day long! There will even be a live auction at each location.
Show your Jersey pride by joining us for this special and important event.
Anthony’s Coal Fired Pizza
852 St. Route 3 Clifton, NJ
80 Parsonage Road Edison, NJ
984 Route 17th North Ramsey, NJ
Please join us in supporting our families, friends and neighbors.
We are Jersey’s team and most importantly we are Jersey Strong!
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