The Devils organization made a few transactions Thursday. Albany lost Tim Sestito and Myles Bell, but picked up Adam Larsson.
The Devils will host the Sound Tigers at the home of the New Jersey Devils — Prudential Center — on Wednesday, Jan. 21 at 7:30 pm.
Nothing like some national pride to drive competition. Instead of the Albany Devils being segmented by lines during Tuesday’s practice at Knickerbacker Ice Arena, the team was split into two teams: USA vs. Canada.
After a thrilling 4-3 win Sunday, the Devils begin a three game road swing, starting Friday at Wilkes-Barre/Scranton and Saturday at Syracuse.
Revisiting the competitive nature of the Northeast Division.
Ticket and hotel information for the Devils games against the Phantoms at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall on Dec. 14.
With all of the recent transactions, here is a snap shot of the Devils depth chart.
The Albany Devils made a pair of transactions Wednesday, adding to the right wing position. The team recalled Myles Bell from Orlando (ECHL) and Alexandre Carrier from Evansville (ECHL).
Worth the wait, Keith Kinkaid made 37 saves in his first career NHL start.
Dan Kelly and Reece Scarlett were among the handful of Devils players to participate in Tuesday’s optional skate at Times Union Center.