In his fourth professional season, Dan Kelly served parts of the season as an assistant captain. He logged a career-high 71 games played and hit career marks with three goals, 14 assists and 17 points. Additionally, he tied for second on the team with a +13 rating.
In 233 career AHL games, the 25-year-old has posted nine goals and 29 assists for 38 points. Kelly is the franchises all-time leader with a +36 rating.
Off the ice, Kelly was named the Devils team winner of the “IOA/American Specialty AHL Man of the Year award for his outstanding contributions to the Albany community during the 2013-14 season.”
What Was Said by Kelly…
I’ve been playing in Albany for four years now and every year we’ve gotten better and every year we’ve taken a step. So to make playoffs this year was a big growth process for everyone — to get that experience. Hopefully next year we can go a little further and maybe win the whole thing.
- Dan Kelly (May 5, 2014)
What Was Said About Kelly…
He’s a competitor and always has been. He’s slowly improved and developed every year. He’s a meat-and-potatoes-type guy. Those points are just a bonus, but I think his energy, his effort, his grit and what he brings to the rink not only in games, but in practice is something that’s contagious. He’s a leader in that room.
- Rick Kowalsky (November 13, 2013)
2013-14 Regular Season
|1 3x, last 4/16 at POR||2 3x, last 1/18 vs. ADK||2 4x, last 1/18 vs. ADK|