Albany Devils Keith Kinkaid, Joe Whitney and Kelly Zajac — along with Devil Dawg — helped open Berkshire Bank’s newest location Thursday afternoon.
The Devils and their fans will celebrate the Armed Services on Saturday during “Military Appreciation Day.” The party begins at 3 pm in front of the Times Union Center. Puck drop is at 5 pm.
The Devils will host their first ever “Albany Devils Fight Cancer Night” on Saturday, March 29. Tickets are $18 with $5 benefitting the Melodies Center for Childhood Cancer and Blood Disorders at the Children’s Hospital at Albany Medical Center.
Join Berkshire Bank and the Albany Devils on Thursday to celebrate the “Grand Opening” of Berkshire’s Loudonville branch.
The Devils and Dunkin’ Donuts will quadruple coffee donation for each Albany goal on Feb. 23.
Prior to Friday’s AHL game, the Devils front office hosted the United States Army 10th Mountain Division, or the Fort Drum Mountaineers Hockey Club, for an exhibition game.
The Devils have begun their “Mystery Puck” initiative during. By donating $10 to the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Capital Region, fans will receive a “mystery puck” signed by a member of the Albany or New Jersey Devils.
Rod Pelley and Devil Dawg spent some time with the “Syracuse University” and “Skidmore College” classrooms at Troy Prep on Dec. 16.
For the fourth consecutive season, the Albany Devils and GE will team up for “GE Kids In Free Day” at Times Union Center. This year’s event will be held on Saturday, Jan. 11 when the Devils host the Manchester Monarchs at 5 pm. All children 12-and-under will receive free admission when accompanied by an adult with a ticket.
The Albany Devils will host a “Teddy Bear Toss” during the second intermission of their Saturday, Dec. 14 game against the Hartford Wolf Pack at Times Union Center. Donations from the event will benefit children of the Capital Region. Fans are encouraged to bring new or slightly used Teddy Bears or stuffed animals to the…