7:00, November 3, 2012
Glens Falls Civic Center, Glens Falls, NY
- The Time Warner Cable Cup is now tied 1-1
- Keith Kinkaid turned away XX shots
- Albany hosts Adirondack next Saturday at 7 pm
by Kevin Zalaznik // 11.3.2012 // Recap
GLENS FALLS, NY -- A week after the Albany Devils won game one of the Time Warner Cable Cup, the Adirondack Phantoms evened the series Saturday at Glens Fall Civic Center. The Devils lost, 4-0, during the second of 12 games against the Phantoms this season. These two teams will meet again next Saturday at Times Union Center at 7 pm.
Keith Kinkaid, who made his fifth start, turned away 29 shots, including 10 in the first, 11 in the second and 8 in the third.
The Phantoms scored down a man, with a man advantage, with a two-man advantage and at even strength.
Sean Couturier made the score 1-0 at 6:18 of the first when Brayden Schenn sprung him for a breakaway while killing a penalty. In the second, Ben Holmstrom added to the Phantoms lead on a power play, cleaning up a rebound in front at 13:20.
The Devils best opportunities came in the third. They had nearly a four minute power play thanks to back-to-back penalties by Adirondack. Later on, they worked a 5-on-3 power-play for over a minute and a half. However, Adirondack’s goaltender Scott Munroe and his team’s penalty kill unit thwarted the Devils efforts, limiting them to 0-for-7 on the power play for the game.
Munroe earned the victory by turning away 26 shots.
Next up, the Devils travel to take on the Providence Bruins Friday at 7:05 pm. Fans can hear the game on 104.5 “The Team” ESPN Radio or online at ahllive.com.
Goaltenders: Keith Kinkaid, Jeff Frazee
Defensemen: Matthew Corrente, Raman Hrabarenka, Dan Kelly, Adam Larsson, Jay Leach, Corbin McPherson
Forwards: Matt Anderson, Bobby Butler, Phil DeSimone, Adam Henrique, Mike Hoeffel, Jacob Josefson, Scott Parse, Tim Sestito, Mattias Tedenby, David Wohlberg,Chad Wiseman, Darcy Zajac
1st Period-1, Adirondack, Couturier 2 (Schenn), 6:18 (SH).
2nd Period-2, Adirondack, Holmstrom 1 (Ford, Dimmen), 13:20 (PP).
3rd Period-3, Adirondack, Gustafsson 1 (Schenn, Couturier), 9:19 (PP). 4, Adirondack, Harper 2 (Couturier), 16:03.
Albany Devils 0 at Adirondack Phantoms 4
Saturday, November 3, 2012 - Glens Falls Civic Center
Albany 0 0 0 - 0
Adirondack 1 1 2 - 4
1st Period-1, Adirondack, Couturier 2 (Schenn), 6:18 (SH). Penalties-Ford Adk (slashing), 4:42; Zolnierczyk Adk (interference), 7:58; Kelly Alb (interference), 12:35; Zajac Alb (fighting), 19:22; Eddy Adk (fighting), 19:22.
2nd Period-2, Adirondack, Holmstrom 1 (Ford, Dimmen), 13:20 (PP). Penalties-Parse Alb (tripping), 11:25; Rinaldo Adk (charging), 15:55.
3rd Period-3, Adirondack, Gustafsson 1 (Schenn, Couturier), 9:19 (PP). 4, Adirondack, Harper 2 (Couturier), 16:03. Penalties-Dimmen Adk (cross-checking), 2:22; Holmstrom Adk (closing hand on puck), 4:20; McPherson Alb (high-sticking), 7:29; Henrique Alb (roughing), 8:36; Kelly Alb (roughing), 8:36; McGinn Adk (cross-checking), 8:36; Roe Adk (tripping), 10:16; Holmstrom Adk (delay of game - faceoff violation), 10:18; Corrente Alb (instigating, fighting, misconduct - instigating, game misconduct - instigator (last 5:00)), 16:03; Bourdon Adk (misconduct - unsportsmanlike conduct), 16:03; Gustafsson Adk (fighting), 16:03.
Shots on Goal-Albany 6-9-11-26. Adirondack 11-12-10-33.
Power Play Opportunities-Albany 0 / 7; Adirondack 2 / 5.
Goalies-Albany, Kinkaid 1-3-0 (33 shots-29 saves). Adirondack, Munroe 2-2-0 (26 shots-26 saves).
Referees-Dave Lewis (46).
Linesmen-Mike Emanatian (69), Frank Murphy (29).
by Dan St-Jacques // 11.3.2012 // Preview
|Adirondack 1 @ Albany 5 (Oct 26)|
The Devils travel the Northway for the second game of the Time Warner Cable Cup. The Devils had a commanding performance in a 5-1 win against the Phantoms in the first meeting between the two teams last Friday at Times Union Center.
- Albany sits fifth in the Northeast Division and 14th in the Eastern Conference with a 2-4-0-1 record (5 pts.), while Adirondack are fourth in the division and tied for 13th in the conference with a 3-5-0-0 (6 pts.) mark. The Devils are 1-1-0-0 on the road, while the Phantoms are 1-2-0-0 at Glens Falls Civic Center.
- Against the Connecticut Whale Friday, the Devils owned a 44-14 shot advantage, but fell, 2-1, in a shootout. Mattias Tedenby netted his second tally of the season on a play setup by David Wohlberg, which was his first point of the season.
- Adirondack is coming off a 4-1 setback Friday against the Syracuse Crunch. The Phantoms are 1-3-0-0 in their last four outings.
- Brayden Schenn continues to lead the team in scoring. In eight games, he has posted nine points with four goals and five assists. Sean Couturier is second with seven points with a goal and six assists.
Last Devils-Phantoms Meeting
Oct. 26, 2012: Albany 5 vs. Adirondack 1
Matt Anderson, Adam Larsson and Jacob Josefson all contributed two points each and Adam Henrique, Phil DeSimone and Darcy Zajac all scored in an offensive outburst from the Devils. The Devils jumped out two an early 2-0 lead thanks to goals from Josefson and Anderson. The Phantoms pulled one back in the first period on a penalty shot goal fromZac Rinaldo, but Henrique converted a penalty shot of his own in the second to put the Devils ahead 3-1. DeSimone and Zajac both added to the Devils goal tally in the third and sealed the 5-1 victory.
The Devils have not won at Glens Falls Civic Center since a 2-1 victory on March 16, 2011. Since then the team has gone 0-5-2-0.