The Devils begin December with a 7 pm game Wednesday against the Springfield Falcons at Times Union Center.
Reid Boucher will make his NHL debut tonight, according to New Jersey Devils President/General Manager Lou Lamoriello. The NHL Devils recalled the winger from Albany Wednesday.
Albany Devils Season Ticket Holders are invited to the annual “Holiday Skate” on Wednesday, December 11 between 6:30 – 8:00 pm at Times Union Center.
After 21 games, the Devils are tied for seventh overall in the AHL. They practiced Monday at Times Union Center in preparation for games Wednesday and Saturday.
With points in eight of their last 10 games, the Devils face Springfield Wednesday at Times Union Center before traveling to play Binghamton Saturday.
Fourteen goals and a shattered pane of glass later, the Devils claimed an 8-6 victory against the Sound Tigers Saturday at Times Union Center.
Raman Hrabarenka’s glass-shattering hit against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers.
Phantoms defenseman Bruno Gervais scored a power-play goal 1:47 into overtime, spoiling the Albany Devils comeback, 4-3. Reid Boucher scored with 4:34 remaining in regulation to send the game to OT.
Kelly Zajac has found himself centering one of the Devils top two lines. An increase in minutes has led to an increase of confidence.
Reid Boucher has three goals and two assists in the last three contest. As his comfort level increases, so does his scoring.