Greatest Devils Plays Coasters

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Relive four of the greatest moments in New Jersey hockey history. Each set comes with four laser-etched coasters depicting these historic plays:
1995 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 2 vs Detroit - Silencing Detroit
2000 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6 vs Dallas - Champions
2009 Regular Season vs Chicago - The All-Time Wins Record
2012 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 6 vs New York - The Rematch

Rest your pint on history.
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1995 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 2
Silencing Detroit
New Jersey vs Detroit
4 - 2
June 20, 1995
Joe Louis Arena, Detroit, MI
Losing 1-2 in Detroit, Niedermayer at only 21 years of age raced through 3 defenders, putting Coffey to the ground and scoring a crucial game-tying goal. New Jersey would win this game, giving themselves a 2-0 lead as they headed home to New Jersey where they would complete the sweep. Cup Champions.
2000 Stanley Cup Finals: Game 6
Champions
New Jersey vs Dallas
2 - 1
June 10, 2000
Reunion Arena, Dallas, TX
Double Overtime in Game 6 of the Stanley Cup Finals, Elias made a terrific pass which found Arnott wide open in front of the net who placed it in and clinched New Jersey's second ever Stanley Cup title.
2009 Regular Season
The All-Time Wins Record
New Jersey vs Chicago
3 - 2
March 17, 2009
Prudential Center, Newark, NJ
Arguably the greatest goaltender in the history of hockey, Marty Brodeur broke the all-time wins record (551) on March 17, 2009. In true legendary fashion, he had to make a great double-save with less than 10 seconds left to seal the win and his accomplishment. He finished his career with 691 wins.
2012 Eastern Conference Finals: Game 6
The Rematch
New Jersey vs New York
3 - 2
May 25, 2012
Prudential Center, Newark, NJ
In a rematch of the 1994 Conference Finals, New Jersey was able to get it's revenge over rival New York. In what can only be described as a chaotic cluster in front of New York's goal mouth, Henrique was able to poke the puck home and clinch the series and a trip back to the Stanley Cup Finals.