Coming off a pair of wins to open the season, the Devils aim for similar success during their first three-in-three weekend of the season.
With Brian Gibbons back, the Devils have shifted lines. Additionally, the team will appeal on Andrew MacWilliam’s behalf on fighting major.
With three goaltenders on the roster, the Devils are hoping to create a competition between the pipes.
After a 2-0 start to the season, the Albany Devils are trying to stay humble as they head into a three-in-three weekend.
There was very little contact during the Devils’ practice Tuesday at Knickerbacker Ice Arena. Skills Development Coach Pertti Hasanen was in town, leading three on-ice sessions to help improve the players’ stick handling and skating.
Brian Gibbons rejoined the team after the birth of his son … Kevin Rooney nets first career goal.
Head Coach Rick Kowalsky talks to the media following Saturday’s 5-2 win against St. John’s.
Ben Thomson spoke with Mike Warren following the Devils 5-2 win against St. John’s. The Devils’ forward netted the game-winning goal.
A similar cast of characters played a role in the Devils 5-2 victory against the St. John’s IceCaps Saturday at Times Union Center. John Quenneville, Ben Thomson, and Blake Pietila scored for the second consecutive game, helping the Devils improve to 2-0-0 for the first time in franchise history.
The Albany Devils host their Home Opener against the St. John’s IceCaps at Times Union Center Saturday at 5 pm.
The Devils unloaded three goals in four minutes during the first period on their way to a 3-1 victory against the Providence Bruins Friday.
The Albany Devils begin the 2016-17 campaign with a 7:05 pm start on the road against the Providence Bruins at Dunkin’ Donuts Center Friday. The Devils return to the ice for the first time since their last-minute loss, 4-3, during Game 7 of the Division Final against the Toronto Marlies on May 16.