With a shorthanded roster, the Devils will have to make some adjustments entering their first three-in-three weekend of the season.
No one knew much about Raman Hrabarenka as an undrafted rookie three seasons ago, now he is among the league’s top scoring defensemen.
So what have we learned during the first 15 or so games? The Northeast Division is tough.
This week, the Devils face their first three-in-three of the season with games at home Friday and Sunday and on the road Saturday.
Joe Faust and Mark Fraser both made their season debuts last weekend. Now they, along with the rest of the Devils, prepare for three games in four nights.
The Devils return home to Times Union Center Wednesday for a division matchup against the Syracuse Crunch. Albany travels to Portland for a two-game series at Cross Insurance Arena on Friday and Saturday.
Back with the Devils and back in Albany, Scott Clemmensen returns to where his career began.
With Mike Sislo with New Jersey, the Devils have shuffled some lines to find more goals.
With Mark Fraser signing as a free agent, the Devils have not only added experience to their blue line, but they have added an eight-year pro to their dressing rooms.
The Devils took some time Monday to work on the power play and did so with just one goaltender.