Scott Wedgewood, who left near the midway point of Saturday’s game at St. John’s, was on the ice for the Devils practice Tuesday at Knickerbacker Ice Arena
Trying to build momentum, the Devils relied on their veteran players for two wins last weekend.
With three games in three nights this weekend, the Devils are trying to simplify their approach and build momentum down the stretch.
Seth Helgeson went from proving he can play in the AHL to playing in the NHL. Back in Albany, he is continuing to develop his craft.
Raman Hrabarenka is working his way back from injury and trying to regain his early season form.
The big game is on Sunday and the Devils players and staff made some Super Bowl predictions.
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.
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.
With Mark Fraser signing as a free agent, the Devils have not only added experience to their blue line, but they have added an eight-year pro to their dressing rooms.
No one knew much about Raman Hrabarenka as an undrafted rookie three seasons ago, now he is among the league’s top scoring defensemen.