The Albany Devils are the only unbeaten team remaining after the first two weeks of the American Hockey League.
The Devils had one final day of prep Thursday at Times Union Center before they dive into 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.
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.
The Albany Devils will make the three-plus hour bus ride to Pennsylvania for a 7:05 pm preseason contest against the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins Thursday at Mohegan Sun Arena.
Josh Heller looks at the potential Albany defenseman.
With the World Cup of Hockey coming up, Josh Heller shares his thoughts on the good and bad.
Five games for the New Jersey Devils die-hard.
Josh Heller gives you the home games he’s most looking forward to in 2016-17.
With 28 weekend and holiday dates, the Devils have a fan-friendly schedule.
Josh Heller gives his five thoughts on the 2016-17 Albany Devils schedule.
The NHL.com’s Mike G. Morreale has ranked the New Jersey Devils top five prospects and center Pavel Zacha, who played three regular season and five postseason games with Albany last year, leads the list.