Devils Stand Up Against Bullying

ALBANY, NY – The Albany Devils will host their first ever “Bullying Prevention Game” on Saturday, Oct. 25 when they welcome the Hartford Wolf Pack to Times Union Center at 5 pm. The Devils will join forces with the “Be An Ally” partnership between CBS 6, the Anti-Defamation League (ADL), Neil and Jane Golub and Price Chopper as well as PRO Martial Arts of Colonie.

A commemorative “Devils Against Bullying” pin (pictured) will be available for a minimum $2 donation throughout the game with proceeds benefitting the Anti-Defamation League’s A WORLD OF DIFFERENCE® Institute. PRO Martial Arts of Colonie will host a pregame Anti-Bullying interactive presentation intended for Elementary-age students.

The “Be An Ally” project was created in 2011 by CBS 6 in partnership with the Anti-Defamation League, Neil and Jane Golub and Price Chopper. Together their goal is to inform students, families, educators and the public on what can be done about bullying and cyberbullying. Utilizing the broadcasting power and credibility of CBS 6, the commitment and impetus of Neil and Jane Golub and Price Chopper and the rich informational resources of the ADL, the “Be an Ally” project is a call to action for everyone.

The Anti-Defamation League was founded in 1913 “to stop the defamation of the Jewish people and to secure justice and fair treatment to all.” Now the nation’s premier civil rights/human relations agency, ADL fights anti-Semitism and all forms of bigotry, defends democratic ideals and protects civil rights for all.

To purchase tickets for the Devils “Bullying Prevention Game” call 518-433-8457 or visit thealbanydevils.com. Additionally, tickets can be purchased during the day of the game at the Times Union Center Box Office.


Bell Loaned To Evansville

ALBANY, NY – The Albany Devils have loaned right-winger Myles Bell to the Evansville Icemen of the ECHL. The announcement was made by Albany Devils General Manager Chris Lamoriello Friday.

Bell, 21, signed with Albany on Oct. 14 after spending the past five-plus seasons in the WHL, appearing in 327 games. He played 135 games with Regina and had 64 points with 18 goals and 46 assists. He also appeared in 192 contests with Kelowna and produced 211 points with 95 goals and 116 assists. Bell, who is 6-1, 220 lbs., played in the 2009 Top Prospects Game and was a named to the 2013 WHL Second All-Star Team.

Born in Calgary, Bell was New Jersey’s selected 160th overall by New Jersey during the 2013 NHL Draft.


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