The Devils early success has them atop the Eastern Conference standings, but there is still a lot of hockey to be played.
The Devils have announced changes to their broadcast schedule on 104.5 “The Team” ESPN Radio.
The Devils are off to their best start in franchise history. They hope to continue their winning ways with three games this week.
Thanks to recent additions, the Devils finally have depth at the right-wing position.
Speed played a big part of the Devils success last season and with some key additions it has become an even bigger asset.
Coming off a 5-1 opening-night victory, the Devils face the Sound Tigers in a home-and-home this weekend. Here are five things to watch for.
The Albany Devils will host an array of promotional nights and events to support the Capital Region during the 2014-15 season. In all, 11 games at Times Union Center will have a community-betterment theme.
The major question heading into the Albany Devils season opener at Adirondack Saturday is which 20 players will be on the ice.
Seth Helgeson, who was one of the last defensemen assigned to Albany from New Jersey’s camp, hopes to be as consistent in 2014-15 as he was last season.
Steve Bernier, Peter Harrold and Cam Janssen each cleared waivers and were assigned to Albany. The AHL Devils gets larger as Opening Night approaches.