The New Jersey Rockin Rollers played in Roller Hockey International (RHI) for four seasons from 1994-97. They were a summer attraction at Continental Airlines Arena in East Rutherford, NJ, former home of the Devils. Their existence started off rocky, with the Devils actually suing the arena to keep the Rockin Rollers out, but the Devils wouldn't win that suit.
The Rockin Rollers made a splash initially by signing Manon Rheaume and adding two players with NHL experience, goalie Daniel Berthiaume and Iain Duncan. The team would only be mediocre on the rink as they would go 11-10-1 in their first season and only win a combined 31 games their first three seasons. However, they were pretty successful at the box office, attracting more than 5,000 fans per game. Their best season would be their 4th and final as they went 16-8 and made the finals against the Anaheim Bullfrogs. They would lose in the finals but attract more than 9,000 fans out to watch the game. Unfortunately, RHI and the Rockin Rollers would both fold after that season.