Larsson, Sislo Recalled


Larsson To Albany; Sestito To NJ


A-Devils At The Rock

Newark, NJ

The Albany Devils – the top player development team of the New Jersey Devils – will host the Bridgeport Sound Tigers – the no. 1 affiliate of the New York Islanders – on Wednesday, Jan. 21, 2015, in a regular-season American Hockey League game at Newark, New Jersey’s Prudential Center at 7:30 PM. Both teams play in the AHL’s Eastern Conference/Northeast Division.

“We are looking forward to playing one of our biggest rivals at Prudential Center,” said Albany Devils General Manager Chris Lamoriello. “Developing players for the benefit of New Jersey is of the utmost importance to the Albany Devils. The opportunity of playing a home game at our parent club’s facility is a great experience for our players and coaches, as well as our fans in both Albany and New Jersey.”

General admission tickets, set at $10 each, are now on sale now.

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The game marks the third/final visit by Albany to the Garden State this season, having already played two games in Atlantic City. The Lowell Devils last played in Newark on Feb. 3, 2010.

This season’s Albany roster had 15 players selected by New Jersey in the NHL Entry Draft, while 14 players in New Jersey’s lineup have seen action with the team’s AHL affiliate. The American Hockey League, now in its 79th season, is the top development league for National Hockey League teams and its players, as all 30 of its member clubs are affiliated with an NHL team. Among those who appeared in at least one NHL game last season, 88.4 percent – 871 players – had experience playing in the AHL. In fact, a total of 347 played in both leagues last year.

Photo Gallery | Visit With The Pups

The Albany Devils are getting ready for Pucks and Paws (Jan. 10, 2015) and decided to pay a visit to the Mohawk Hudson Humane Society. Dan Kelly, Corbin McPherson, Rod Pelley and Kelly Zajac spent some time playing with Rosco, Harley and Dustin on Tuesday, Dec. 17.