Less than 48 hours since the Devils defeated the Senators, 2-1, in overtime Friday, the two teams meet again Sunday to close out the weekend.
Jim O’Brien scored the game-winning goal 22 seconds into overtime to give the Devils a 2-1 victory against the Senators Friday.
The Devils and Senators go head to head Friday. Here is how the team’s match up.
With a spot secure in the 2016 Calder Cup Playoffs, the Devils will try and continue to build momentum during the last nine games of the regular season. They begin a three-in-three weekend on the road Friday at 7:05 pm against the Senators.
The Devils scored with 6.8 seconds remaining to force overtime and then won it shortly there after.
Matt Lorito forced overtime with 6.8 seconds remaining and Brian O’Neill netted the game-winning goal 19 seconds later to give the Devils a 3-2 victory against the Senators Friday.
Tale of the tape between the Devils and Senators.
The Albany Devils conclude their six-game road trip Friday with a 7:05 pm start against the Binghamton Senators at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.
Go behind the lens of the Devils 4-0 win against the Senators.
Puck possession, Coleman’s injury and a fast start highlights the three impressions for the Devils 4-0 win against the Senators.
A dominating defensive performance backed by a strong offensive attack is a dangerous combination. The Senators were up against both as the Devils cruised to a 4-0 victory Friday at Times Union Center. Albany set a franchise record allowing just six shots on goal.
Matt Lorito breaks down the Devils 4-0 win against the Senators.