Joe Whitney talks about his NHL debut, the bobblehead and being named to the AHL All-Star Team.
The whirlwind for Joe Whitney continued Monday as the Devils forward was named to the 2014 AHL All-Star Classic roster.
Joe Whitney, who has led Albany in scoring for the past three seasons, got his first NHL recall. The New Jersey Devils announced the transaction before their 11 am practice Thursday at AmeriHealth Pavilion.
Scott Timmins registered two goals and an assist and Adam Larsson contributed three helpers in the Devils 5-2 victory against the Monarchs Saturday in front of 6,382 fans at Times Union Center.
The Devils quest for a perfect three-in-three weekend was spoiled by a 3-2, marathon shootout loss against the Sound Tigers. Tim Sestito and Joe Whitney both scored and Scott Wedgewood made 32 saves.
Keith Kinkaid’s 38 saves and a three-goal second period helped the Devils to their franchise-record sixth-straight home victory with a 4-1 win against the Pirates.
Joe Whitney’s bobblehead will be handed out to the first 1,500 fans at the Jan. 25 game against the Adirondack Phantoms.
Joe Whitney fights off a defender and scores while falling down at Bridgeport on Dec. 10, 2013.
Joe Whitney scored a goal and setup two more, helping the Albany Devils to their fourth consecutive win Tuesday against the Bridgeport Sound Tigers. Goaltender Keith Kinkaid made 22 saves in the Devils 3-0 victory during the 11 am outing at Webster Bank Arena.
The Devils are getting balanced scoring and winning games. The team has combined for 14 goals in two games and is on pace for a record year.