Report from the Devils practice ahead of Game 7.
Jim O’Brien, who left Game 2 with an upper-body injury, is expected to play during Tuesday’s Game 3.
A four-goal second period outburst propelled the Devils to a 5-1 win against the Comets Saturday at Times Union Center in Game 2 of the Calder Cup Division Semifinal.
In a season full of milestones, the Devils added one more to the record books. Their 5-0 victory against the Americans Friday at Blue Cross Arena helped the Devils reach the 100 point plateau.
Jim O’Brien scored the game-winning goal 22 seconds into overtime to give the Devils a 2-1 victory against the Senators Friday.
The Devils erased two deficits, but lost in a shootout, 3-2, at Hershey Saturday.
The Devils continue to impress even with a limited roster. Here are three thoughts from Tuesday’s game.
Playing with just 11 forwards, the Devils were able to dominate the Falcons, 4-1, Tuesday at Times Union Center.
The Devils split their three games last week, going 1-1-0-1.
For the first time this season, Albany squandered a third-period lead to lose in regulation. The Sound Tigers scored three times during the final frame to defeat the Devils, 4-2, Sunday
Backed by Jim O’Brien’s three-point performance, the Devils defeated the Comets, 5-1, Saturday at the Utica Memorial Auditorium.
A goaltending duel Wednesday at Times Union Center ended with the Bruins prevailing, 2-1, in a shootout against the Devils. Both Scott Wedgewood and Providence’s Jeremy Smith made 23 saves, but Smith made two additional saves in the shootout.