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1968-69 Jersey Devils

The Jersey Devils was the name of a professional ice hockey team from Cherry Hill, New Jersey. They were not affiliated with the NHL New Jersey Devils.

The Devils were formed when the Philadelphia Ramblers, a member of the Eastern Hockey League, relocated to Cherry Hill at the end of the 1963-64 season. The Devils played in the Cherry Hill Arena until 1973, when the team folded along with the Eastern Hockey League.

1971-72 Devils team photo

In its final years, the team was owned by Jerome S. Burg and Bernard S. Levy Esq.; the vice president and general manager was Ross Turnbull. Jim Hay (a.k.a Red-Eye) served as the head coach (player/coach) from 1971-1973. Steve Heilbrun served as the trainer.

1972-73 Devils team photo

Notable players and coaches included:

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