1995 New Jersey Devils: Their Dominant Path to the Stanley Cup Championship

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1995 New Jersey Devils: Their Dominant Path to the Stanley Cup Championship

The New Jersey Devils were expected to be a Stanley Cup contender in 1995.  The previous season ended with a heartbreaking Game 7 loss in the Eastern Conference Finals to the New York Rangers.  

On a positive note,  Jacques Lemaire had won the Jack Adams award for best coach and Martin Brodeur was named rookie of the year.  An NHL lockout delayed the season debut to January and shortened it to 48 games.  

The team underperformed in the first half of the season, finding themselves under .500. They picked it up to finish 22-18-8, making the playoffs as the fifth seed.

The Devils went on to dominate the playoffs, winning 16 of 20 games.  Here is a look back at the run they made and the key players on the team.

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