The Devils fired radio analyst Sherry Ross on Tuesday, according to Chris Ryan of NJ.com.
Ross has served as the Devils color commentator on their WFAN radio broadcasts for the past 10 seasons. She worked as a hockey reporter with the Daily Record, The Record, Newsday and New York Daily News as well.
She gave a special thanks to former Devils GM, Lou Lamoriello, on Twitter for "encouraging me to tackle a completely new career and make some history."
Professionalism and loyalty are qualities prized by LL. Hope I didn't disappoint. I hope there will be more women broadcasters in the future- Sherry Ross (@SherryDarlingNJ) May 23, 2017
Ross briefly served as an analyst with the Devils from 1992-1995, where he became the first woman to provide analysis for a Stanley Cup Final in 1994. She also was the first woman to provide full play-by-play commentary for a game when the Devils played the Senators on Nov. 25, 2009.
Along with Ross, the Devils also fired 17-year equipment manager Rich Matthews and 21-year video coordinator Taran Singleton.