The New Jersey Devils have recalled forwards Joseph Blandisi and Reid Boucher and defenseman Seth Helgeson from the Albany Devils.
In a weeks time, the NJ Devils have made the 10 transactions.
The New Jersey Devils made a number of transactions Friday that impact the Albany Devils lineup. The NHL Devils recalled defenseman Marc-Andre Gragnani, center Jim O’Brien and right winger Paul Thompson. Also, New Jersey returned right winger Mike Sislo on loan to Albany.
Joseph Blandisi’s desire has helped him earn his first career recall to the NHL.
For the first time in his young professional career, Joseph Blandisi has been recalled by the New Jersey Devils.
The transactions have been flowing the last couple of days and rightfully so with rosters due to the NHL by 5 pm Tuesday. There have been a few moves at the AHL level as well that affects the makeup of the Albany Devils roster, which is due to the AHL by 11:59 pm Thursday.
Scott Wedgewood did not practice Tuesday and will miss the Albany Devils first game, which is Saturday at the Binghamton Senators. The Devils netminder suffered an ankle sprain during the team’s skate Sunday.
The New Jersey Devils today signed goaltender Ken Appleby to a three-year, entry-level contract.
The Albany Devils have released three players from their tryouts: Alexandre Carrier (PTO), Gunnar Hughes (ATO) and Jacob Sweeney (ATO). Additionally, the New Jersey Devils assigned Marc-Andre Gragnani to the AHL affiliate.
The New Jersey Devils have assigned 15 players to the Albany Devils, who open their Training Camp Sunday at 3 pm at Knickerbacker Ice Arena in Troy, NY. After the assignments the Devils currently have 28 players in Albany.
NJ Devils Head Coach John Hynes addresses the media following the team’s 4-2 win against the NY Islanders at Prudential Center.
The New Jersey Devils have assigned seven players to their top development team, the American Hockey League’s Albany Devils.