Vote for 3 Stars

If you are a winner, you’ll have a chance to vote for the three stars of the game. If you were selected, expect a call from a member of the Devils’ staff.

Lisa & Scott Murphy

Tina Broadhurst

Lee Hammond

Bob Guzy

Gary Cunningham

Barbara & Don Barbeau

Neil O’Connor

Stuart Patterson

Lars Allanson

Gary Circe

Linda Clingerman

Michael Cohen

Andrew Cowan

Brian David

Lisa Donnini

Matt Farron

Mike Foley

Barbara Fredette

Sandra Gabel

Jim Guy

Jennifer Haywood

Maureen Lagowski

Jeff Laufer

Thomas Legendre

Chipp Matthews

Gregory McCumber

John McGowan

William McMahon

Mark Monaco

Larry Nelsen

Thomas Poole

Pamela Price

Barbara Riscavage

Jo-Ann Schultz

John Shahda

Lindsay Stannard

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Plan Your Group Outing Today

Whether you bring your friends, family or co-workers, all groups enjoy discounts on tickets and select seating. Special prizes are available through the group raffle incentive program and all groups will receive modest recognition on the Times Union Center’s new HD scoreboard and public address system.

Check out some of our most popular outings designed to maximize your fan experience!
*A $100 deposit is required to reserve your spot

Three Easy Ways to secure your group outing

  • Click here to submit your request online
  • Call the Albany Devils office at (518) 4-DEVILS
  • Stop by the Devils Front Office, located inside the Times Union Center
  • Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm

Sing for your School

  • Experience the thrill of singing live in front of thousands of fans
  • Groups can sing the National Anthem or God Bless America *Based on availability
  • National Anthem is sung on ice before the game and must be 90 seconds or less in length
  • God Bless America will be sung from the Upper Deck during the first intermission
  • National Anthem programs make for an easy and effective fundraiser

Chuck-A-Puck

  • The newest fundraising program from the Albany Devils
  • Your organization will benefit from the Chuck-A-Puck proceeds generated that game
  • Additional revenue can be created from ticket sales
  • Devils’ game night staff will sell the pucks, while your group enjoys quality professional hockey, duty free

50/50 Raffle

  • Raise money for you organization by hosting the 50/50 raffle at a Devils game
  • Your organization will take home half of all the money raised through the raffle with the other half going to the winner
  • You set the price (usually $1 each or $5 for six) for the raffle tickets
  • Raffle tickets and concourse table will be provided by the Devils

Pizza Party

  • Gather your group and enjoy a pizza party in your own private area that will be accessible prior to the opening face-off and during the game
  • Price will include game ticket, pizza and drinks for each person in the group
  • Each group gets a visit from Devil Dawg
  • Space is limited, so book your party today

Bands in the Stands

  • Enjoy performing in front of a large crowd
  • Participate in a unique fundraising opportunity with ticket sales revenue your group creates
  • A food option can be added

Citizens Bank Club

  • The premiere seating location in the Times Union Center
  • Price includes 35 tickets with complimentary drink vouchers for each person
  • 50-person capacity
  • Every group gets a visit from Devil Dawg
  • Easy access to Citizens Bank Club Bar

Luxury Suite

  • Private Suite to host you and your guests
  • Price includes 16 tickets
  • 20 person capacity
  • Every group will get a visit from Devil Dawg

Birthday Bash

  • Standard Birthday page
  • Zamboni Ride Package
  • On-the-glass bash package
  • Gift for all children in attendance
  • Pizza, soda and cupcakes for each child in attendance
  • Each birthday party will be visited by Devil Dawg
  • Click here for more info
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Devil Dawg Shows Support at Pancreatic Walk

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The Albany Devils and their mascot Devil Dawg visited and cheered on the thousands of participants in the 7th Annual Albany Capital District “Walk for Hope” on Sunday. The event, hosted by the Lustgarten Foundation, was part of a national walk series for Pancreatic Cancer Research.

Although this the grand total is not official, this year’s walk raised more than $88,000.

Pancreatic Cancer is the fourth leading cause of cancer deaths in the United States. This year alone, more than 42,470 individuals will be diagnosed with this disease and nearly as many will die from it. The Lustgarten Foundation is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to change these statistics. To date, it has provided more than $32 million in research support. In addition, it provides in-depth information to patients and their families.

To support the cause or for more information please visit www.lustgarten.org or www.albanypcrwalk.org.

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Pre-Season Ticket Notice

TROY, N.Y. – Tickets for the Albany Devils pre-season matchup against the Adirondack Phantoms at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute’s Houston Field House will not go on sale until Monday, Sept. 27. Fans can purchase tickets by going to the RPI box office located in the East Campus Athletic Village or by calling (518) 276-6262.

The contest will take place on Saturday, Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $10 for adults and $7 for children and seniors. The ticket also includes admittance into the Engineers’ Red-White Game at 4 p.m., just before the Devils’ outing.

Partial Tickets

Partial Plans on Sale Now!

The Albany Devils offer a wide variety of ticket options, including our 20- and six-game partial plans that allow fans to make their way to the Times Union Center and still take advantage of many benefits.

Three Easy Ways to Order your Partial Ticket Package:

Click here to submit your request online
- Call the Albany Devils office at (518) 4-DEVILS
- Stop by the Devils Front Office, located inside the Times Union Center.
- (Office hours are Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 5:00pm)

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20 Game Partial Plan – Pick Your Games!

Adults: $295
Child/Senior: $235

Custom-build a partial package with the 20 biggest games, based on YOUR schedule! A 20-game package with the Albany Devils gives you many of the same rights and benefits of a full season ticket holder, including:

- Priority seating in sections reserved for full season and 20-game plans
- First option for your seats for the Calder Cup Playoffs
- Access to Season Ticket Holder VIP area
- Monthly Season Ticket Holder raffle
- One ticket to the Holiday Skate with the Devils per seat on account
- 2 Albany Devils guest passes per seat on account

Bonus: One ticket to a NJ Devils game at the Prudential Center (Newark, NJ) per seat on account

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Six Games + Devils Hat = A Great Deal!

Adult: $99
Child/Senior: $81

Each of these packages includes six of our best games, in seats reserved just for partial plan holders. Best of all, you receive an Albany Devils hat for each seat in your package. This limited-edition item will not be sold in the Team Store!

Package A – Opening Night! Package B Package C
10/9 – Adirondack 10/23 – Norfolk 11/6 – Rochester
11/12 – Syracuse 11/27 – Binghamton 12/11 – Worcester
12/3 – Hershey 1/8 – Syracuse 1/29 – Rochester
2/20 – Adirondack 2/5 – Manchester 2/18 – Worcester
3/5 – Adirondack 3/12 – Springfield 3/13 – Syracuse
4-2 – Charlotte 4/9 – Portland 4/3 – Binghamton

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Devil Dawg Shows Off Dance Moves

When Yo Gabba Gabba Live took over the Times Union Center on Thursday, Sept. 2, Devil Dawg was asked to join the cast on stage for a special appearance.

After quickly learning the dance steps, the Devils’ mascot showed the hundreds of children in attendance his dance moves, finishing with an impromptu breakdown.

Watch Devil Dawg’s Yo Gabba Gabba Live Debut:

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Devils to take part of ‘Walk for Hope’

On Sunday, Sept. 12 the Albany Devils and Devil Dawg will be participating in THE ALBANY CAPITAL DISTRICT “WALK FOR HOPE”. The event, hosted by the Lustgarten Foundation, will begin at Bethlehem Town Park, Large Pavilion, in Delmar with registration at 9 am.

The walk begins at 10:15 am. Last year more than 10,000 walkers participated, helping to raise more than $2.5 million.

For more information please visit: http://www.albanypcrwalk.org/

New Jersey Signs Eight Players to AHL Contracts

The New Jersey Devils today announced the signings of eight players to American Hockey League contracts. Signed were: goaltender Dave Caruso; defensemen Tyler Miller and Chris Murray; and forwards Matt Anderson, Matt Lombardi, Jeff Prough, Myles Stoesz, and Darcy Zajac. The announcement was made by Albany/Trenton Devils General Manager Chris Lamoriello. As per club policy, no further terms were disclosed.

Caruso, 28, has spent the past three years with the Devils’ organization. The 6-1, 205-lb. goaltender appeared in 46 games with Trenton (ECHL) last season, posting a 21-20-2 mark with one shutout and 3.06 goals-against average. Caruso split the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons between Lowell (AHL) and Trenton. The 6-1, 205-lb. netminder originally signed with Lowell as a free agent on August 2, 2007. Caruso made his professional debut in 2006-07 with Gwinnett (ECHL) and Chicago (AHL). Not drafted, he signed with Atlanta (NHL) as a free agent July 6, 2006. Caruso played four seasons of collegiate hockey at Ohio State (CCHA), and was a member of the Buckeyes’ 2004 CCHA Championship team. Born June 18, 1982 in Queens, NY, he was named to the CCHA All-Tournament Team in 2004, and honorable mention to the league’s All-Conference Team in both 2005 and 2006.

Miller, 23, joins the AHL Devils after spending four seasons at Northern Michigan (CCHA). The 6-5, 215-lb. defenseman posted career highs of four goals and 15 points while appearing in 39 games last season. Miller’s collegiate totals showed eight goals and 32 assists for 40 points and 117 penalty minutes in 134 career games played. Born September 15, 1986 in Placentia, CA, he was New Jersey’s fifth choice and 107th overall selection in the 2006 NHL Entry Draft. Miller played two seasons of junior hockey in the British Columbia Junior Hockey League for both Surrey and Penticton.

Murray, 25, will enter his second season with the organization and fourth pro season. He split the2009-10 campaign between Trenton and Lowell, seeing action in 46 games overall. Murray originally signed with Lowell as a free agent on August 20, 2009. The 6-2, 185-lb. defenseman played with both Hartford (AHL) and Charlotte (ECHL) in 2008-09. In Murray’s first full pro season of 2007-08, he appeared in 61 games with Phoenix (ECHL), Lake Erie (AHL), Springfield (AHL), and Albany (AHL). He made his pro debut by playing in one game with Phoenix in 2006- 07. Murray played four seasons at New Hampshire (HE), compiling 11 goals and 24 assists for 35 points and 191 penalty minutes in 112 games. Born December 26, 1984 in Dover, MA, he was named to Hockey East’s Second All-Star Team en-route to the league’s regular-season championship in 2006-07.

Anderson, 28, joins the AHL Devils after spending the previous three-plus seasons with Chicago (AHL). The 5-11, 195-lb. center totaled 16 goals and 29 assists for 45 points and 18 penalty minutes last season, and was a member of the Wolves’ 2008 Calder Cup Championship team. Born October 31, 1982 in West Islip, NY, he signed with the Chicago as a free agent on March 30, 2006. Anderson played four seasons at Massachusetts-Amherst (HE) from 2002-03 through 2006-07, but did not play in 2003-04.

Lombardi, 22, will attend his first pro training camp after spending the past four seasons at Boston College (HE). He recorded seven goals and seven assists for 14 points and 14 penalty minutes in 42 appearances last season. The 5-11, 190-lb. right wing was a member of the Eagles’ 2008 and 2010 NCAA Championship teams in three trips to the Frozen Four. Lombardi also played for three Boston College Hockey East Championship teams, and was named tournament MVP in 2010. Born November 9, 1987 in Milton, MA, his collegiate totals showed 11 goals and 22 assists for 33 points and 44 penalty minutes in 145 games played.

Prough, 24, completed his second season with the organization/third pro season by leading Trenton with 30 goals and 61 points in 2009-10. He also saw his first career AHL action by appearing in eight games with Lowell. Prough’s 61 points with the ECHL Devils last season matched his output with the club from 2008-09, when he was acquired from Gwinnett (ECHL) in a trade on November 10, 2008. Not drafted, the 5-10, 170-lb. right wing began his pro career by appearing in nine games with Florida (ECHL) in 2007-08. Prough played four seasons from 2004- 05 through 2007-08 at Brown (ECAC), where he compiled 49 goals and 60 assists for 109 points and 134 penalty minutes in 127 games. He led the Bears in scoring during each of his last three seasons, including a career-high 33 points as a junior. Prough was named to the Ivy League’s First All-Star Team in 2006-07. He was born April 20, 1986 in Farmington Hills, MI.

Stoesz, 23, will enter his second full season with the organization and fourth pro season overall. He split the 2009-10 campaign between Trenton and Lowell. Stoesz combined for five goals and three assists for eight points and 245 penalty minutes in 54 games last season. The 6-2, 210-lb. left wing was acquired on March 2, 2009 from the Thrashers’ organization. Stoesz spent his first two pro seasons with Gwinnett (ECHL). He was Atlanta’s eighth choice and 207th overall selection in the 2005 Entry Draft. Stoesz played three-plus seasons of junior hockey with Spokane (WHL), until being selected by Chilliwack in the league’s expansion draft. He was born February 15, 1987 in Steinbach, Man.

Zajac, 23, made his pro debut by appearing in two games with Adirondack (AHL) last season. The 6-1, 205-lb. right wing played four seasons at North Dakota (WCHA), where he totaled 24 goals and 30 assists for 54 points and 145 penalty minutes in 166 appearances. Born September 23, 1986 in Winnipeg, Man., he was a member of the Fighting Sioux’ 2010 WCHA Championship Team, as well as 2009 regular-season championship squad. He was honored as a WCHA Scholar-Athlete this past season. Zajac played two seasons of junior hockey at Salmon Arm (BCHL). He is the younger brother of Devils’ center Travis Zajac.

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Devils Introduce Themselves to Albany

ALBANY, NY – The Albany Devils, the AHL affiliate of the New Jersey Devils, welcomed several dignitaries, media members and guests to the Times Union Center for an introductory press conference Thursday.

Speaking at the festivities were Albany County Executive Michael G. Breslin, Mayor Gerald D. Jennings and Times Union Center General Manager Bob Belber. Representing the Devils’ organization were New Jersey Devils President/CEO/General Manager Lou Lamoriello, Albany Devils General Manager Chris Lamoriello, Albany Devils Executive Director Chris Ciceri and Albany Devils Head Coach Rick Kowalsky.

The excitement of the New Jersey Devils returning their top development team to the Capital Region fueled the event. Previously the Times Union Center served as the home of the Devils’ AHL squad for 13 seasons from 1993 to 2006.

“This is a facility that is really built for athletics and the competition [the Devils] are going to bring back here, we really appreciate it,” Breslin said. “We’ve had a long standing relationship – that was interrupted for a couple of years – with the Devils and Lou Lamoriello. We are very happy to have it resumed; I’m looking forward to another great, lasting run like we had in the beginning.”

“It really is my pleasure to be here today,” Lou Lamoriello said. “Certainly there was a little nostalgia walking in the back door because of the time we did spend here. We won the Calder Cup in ’95. It was sort of a special year because we also won the Stanley Cup in New Jersey. There are certainly some great memories here and we are looking forward to just a tremendous relationship.”

Since the announcement that the team was relocating to Albany from Lowell, the Devils began making an impression in the region. Ciceri gave examples of his staff’s involvement in the community such as the Boys and Girls Club, economic luncheons and two charitable golf outings. The efforts in the community haven’t gone unnoticed by the mayor.

“Obviously [the Devils] have a great group,” Jennings said. “They’re happy and they want to be here. Some of them enjoyed the “Alive at Five” and some of the other events in the city. It’s a partnership that we have.

“I ask everyone to look that we have first-class hockey here. The New Jersey Devils, Lou has been with them for more than 20 years. He is a very respected leader in the industry – obviously in the hockey world. I just want to say to the thousands of hockey fans: it’s back, let’s drop the puck, let’s get this going and let’s make sure we are supportive of this great franchise coming to our great city.”

The move back to the Times Union Center guaranteed and upgrade to the facility and patrons of the press conference were given a tour of the team’s locker room and training room.

“The renovations that we’ve seen to the locker room – we’re absolutely excited about seeing them to completion today,” Chris Lamoriello said. “I think the players are going to feel at home as soon as they get here. The work that Bob Belber and his staff – Doug McCLeane and Nate Sims – did was something that was very important. The pride that they took in working in the facility and us coming up here today to formally introduce all of that to you.”

“The work that was done on the locker room, training room and so forth was extensive and a fairly significant investment,” Belber said. “It really is – as I’ve been told – very close to watch the NHL experience is in the locker room. We’ve gotten that level up in a great degree.”

Belber later commented that the arena’s new HD video scoreboard and the LED ribbon boards will be in place to help improve the fan experience when the Devils begin the 2010-11 season on Saturday, Oct. 9 against Adirondack at 7 p.m.

“Having the Albany Devils here is certainly going to help not only continue the success of the great facility, but let our kids, our young people and family come down here and support this team,” Jennings said.

Tickets for the upcoming season are on sale by calling (518) 4-DEVILS. More information can be found on the team’s website www.thealbanydevils.com or on the team’s facebook (www.facebook.com/albanydevils) and twitter (@albanydevils) pages.

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Devils Schedule Three Pre-Season Contests

In preparation for the 2010-11 campaign, the Albany Devils will compete in three pre-season games, including a pair of contests against the Adirondack Phantoms. The Devils host the Phantoms on Saturday, Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute‘s Houston Field House (Troy, NY). The night before on Friday, Oct. 1, Albany travels to Adirondack at 7:30 p.m.

The Devils begin their pre-season slate on Wednesday, Sept. 29 against the Hartford Wolf Pack. The game will be held at Trinity College’s Koeppel Community Sports Center (Hartford, CT) at 7 p.m.

Tickets for the contest at RPI Houston Field House are $10 for adults and $7 for children and seniors. The ticket also includes admittance into the Engineers’ Red-White Game at 4 p.m., just before the Devils’ outing. To purchase, call RPI’s ticket office at (518) 276-6262.

For more information on the Devils visit thealbanydevils.com or log onto the team’s Facebook (facebook.com/albanydevils) and Twitter (@albanydevils) pages. Tickets for the upcoming regular season are on sale now – call (518) 4-DEVILS.

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