Jon Merrill’s rookie season was spent mostly in the NHL. However, when he was with Albany he elevated the team’s blueline.
Adam Larsson logged big minutes with Albany and progressed his development during the 2013-14 season.
Most of Eric Gelinas’ 2013-14 season was spent with New Jersey. When he was with Albany he contributed five points and a +6 rating in 13 games.
Scott Wedgewood found comfort during the second half of the 2013-14 season and finished with 16 wins and a 2.39 goals-against average.
Keith Kinkaid enjoyed one of the top performances for a Devils netminder in franchise history. He set the single-season record with a 2.29 goals-against average, which ranked third in the league.
Chris McKelvie made an impact on and off the ice. As an assistant captain, the speedy forward had career highs in goals, assists and points.
In 2013-14, Dan Kelly posted career highs for goals, assists, points and games and increased his franchise record for plus-minus. Here is a look at his season.
Mike Sislo had a breakout season and found his name at the top of the score sheets, earning him his first recall by New Jersey.
Tim Sestito’s versatility helped lead Albany to the Calder Cup playoffs. The assistant captain produced 27 points despite missing time on recall by New Jersey.
Tim Sestito called Rod Pelley “the heart and soul of this team.” Pelley, who rejoined the Devils organization last offseason, captained the Devils to a Calder Cup Playoff berth. Here’s a look at his 2013-14 campaign.