The Devils continued its defensive shutdown trend and the offense stepped up at the right time as they knocked off the Senators 2-1 Wednesday at Times Union Center.
The Devils will try and make it three-in-a-row when they host the Senators at Times Union Center Wednesday at 7 pm.
For the first time in franchise history, the Devils pitched back-to-back shutouts. They concluded the weekend with a 3-0 win against Syracuse.
Coming off a 2-0 victory Saturday, the Devils will try and put an exclamation point on their three-in-three weekend with a 5 pm outing against the Crunch Sunday at Times Union Center.
Scott Wedgewood made 23 saves for his second career shutout, helping the Devils to a 2-0 victory against the Wolf Pack Saturday. Harri Pesonen and Rod Pelley both scored as the Devils improve to 17-7-2-0 at Times Union Center.
Joe Whitney’s record-breaking night was spoiled during the Albany Devils 6-4 setback against the Springfield Falcons Friday at MassMutual Center.
For the first time since Feb. 23, the Devils return to Times Union Center. They host the Wolf Pack Saturday at 5 pm for the team’s annual “Pucks ‘N’ Paws” game.
Eight points separate the second-place Devils and the first-place Falcons in the Northeast Division. The two teams meet Friday at MassMutual Center (7 pm) for what is considered a “four-point contest”.
Harri Pesonen’s goal in the closing minutes secured a point for the Devils, who fell 4-3 in a shootout against the Sharks. Albany erased a two goal deficit in the third period only to be bested 2-1 in the penalty shot session.
The Devils three-in-three road weekend comes to an end Sunday with a 3 pm outing against the Sharks at DCU Center.