Steve Bernier, who has six points in the last six games with New Jersey, was playing in Albany just three months ago.
With a 8-4-2-1 record since the turn of the calendar year, the Devils hit the road for two games this week: at Manchester Wednesday and at Springfield Friday. Both contests are slated for 7 pm.
The big game is on Sunday and the Devils players and staff made some Super Bowl predictions.
Tim Sestito was back centering the top line during Wednesday’s practice at Times Union Center. The team is gearing up for Thursday’s game at Lehigh Valley.
After the AHL All-Star break, the Devils travel to face the Phantoms before returning home for a two-game set against the IceCaps.
Paul Thompson and Joe Whitney were on the losing side of the AHL All-Star Game, but in the end it was a historical night.
Paul Thompson and Joe Whitney helped the Eastern Conference to a 15-11 win in the 2015 AHL All-Star Skills Competition.
Next stop for the Devils: Prudential Center. Albany will try and earn a crucial two points in New Jersey’s building.
The Prudential Center game and GE Kids In Free highlight the week for the Devils, who have points in three consecutive games.
With 36 games remaining on their schedule, the Devils are facing a wild ride to the finish line.