With 36 games remaining on their schedule, the Devils are facing a wild ride to the finish line.
Wednesday’s game is the halfway point for the Devils season. To celebrate the first 38 games of the 2014-15 campaign, here are the top headlines on thealbanydevils.com based on views.
Joe Whitney’s development was rewarded this week with his first NHL goal and a hockey bag full of AHL accolades.
Players like Mike Sislo and Tim Sestito keep finding themselves on the move between the AHL and the NHL.
Revisiting the competitive nature of the Northeast Division.
Worth the wait, Keith Kinkaid made 37 saves in his first career NHL start.
Joe Whitney and Graham Black are both riding point streaks as the Devils embark on December. Whitney’s success is common, while Black tries to establish himself as the Devils top rookie scorer.
Eric Baier caught a flight, laced up the skates and scored a goal in his first AHL game of the season.
No one knew much about Raman Hrabarenka as an undrafted rookie three seasons ago, now he is among the league’s top scoring defensemen.
So what have we learned during the first 15 or so games? The Northeast Division is tough.