The Albany Devils are nearing full strength. Well, sort of…
More than 10 months have passed since the Devils last had a game decided in a shootout. The time off didn’t appear to affect their performance because Mike Sislo and Jim O’Brien both scored, helping the Devils to a 4-3 victory against the Bruins Friday at Dunkin’ Donuts Center.
The Devils hopes for a seventh consecutive victory were dashed by a former Capital Region resident Sunday afternoon. Ex-Union College captain Mat Bodie scored 19 seconds into overtime to give the Wolf Pack a 4-3 win at XL Center.
The Devils had and lost three leads, but pulled out a come-from-behind victory with less than eight minutes remaining, defeating the Crunch, 6-4, Saturday. The win extended Albany’s home winning streak to nine games and its overall stretch to five straight.
After an hour and twenty-five minute delay, the Devils took care of business — as they usually do on home ice — defeating the Providence Bruins, 4-1, Saturday. Scott Wedgewood made 27 saves and Brian O’Neill, who was playing in his first game at Times Union Center in the red and black, netted the game-winning goal.
Backed by a pair of Jim O’Brien goals and three Corey Tropp assists, the Devils set a franchise record with their seventh consecutive victory, defeating the Syracuse Crunch, 3-1, Friday at Times Union Center.
Corey Tropp had nothing but time before sending in his fourth goal of the season.
Blake Coleman and Corey Tropp’s forecheck forced a turnover and Coleman cashed in for his second of the season.
Yann Danis made 24 saves as the Devils defeated the Wolf Pack, 4-0, Saturday at XL Center.
TROY, NY — Corey Tropp participated in his first practice as a member of the Albany Devils Friday at Knickerbacker Ice Arena. Tropp, was reassigned by the Chicago Blackhawks on loan from the Rockford Icehogs Thursday. The new right-winger for the Devils was preparing for his first game of the season, even if it comes just
The Toronto Marlies tied the game with 1:47 remaining and then scored the game-winning goal with 1:22 left in overtime, defeating the Albany Devils, 3-2, Saturday at Ricoh Coliseum.
Corey Tropp batted the puck out of midair for a goal against the Binghamton Senators on Oct. 25, 2015.