Prudential Center

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Prudential Center
Location Newark, New Jersey
Opened October 25, 2007
Other Names n/a
Tenants New Jersey Devils (2007-present)
New York Liberty (2011-13)
New Jersey Nets (2010-12)


List of credited publications

League Date/Season Team(s) Type
National Hockey League March 21, 2008 New Jersey Devils vs. New York Islanders Program
January 8, 2010 New Jersey Devils vs. Tampa Bay Lightning Program
National Basketball Association April 23, 2012 New Jersey Nets vs. Philadelphia 76ers Program
National Hockey League 2011-12 Stanley Cup Finals (New Jersey Devils vs. Los Angeles Kings) Program

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