The Devils hope the power play can get them back to their winning ways.
When Maxime Clermont made his season debut on Jan. 3, it marked the beginning of a three-goalie rotation for the Devils, who are 8-4-2-0 since that game.
Graham Black, Rod Pelley and Kelly Zajac could all be available for the Devils this weekend. Their return comes as Albany hopes to make up ground in the Eastern Conference.
The Devils return to St. John’s for the first time since the 2014 Calder Cup Playoffs. Head Coach Rick Kowalsky says the team needs to play a playoff-type game this weekend.
Next stop for the Devils: Prudential Center. Albany will try and earn a crucial two points in New Jersey’s building.
Coming off four games last week, the Devils will hold their first full practice Wednesday at Knickerbacker Ice Arena. Tuesday was an optional day for the players.
New Jersey and Albany swapped players on Sunday. Seth Helgeson is back in the AHL after playing 21 NHL games; Joe Whitney has been recalled.
ALBANY, NY The Albany Devils had Monday off after their second straight three-in-three weekend. The team got back to work Tuesday with some players skating at Knickebacker Ice Arena and others training off the ice at Times Union Center. That routine starts to become common this time of year because of the three-game weekends and
The Devils are in the middle of one of the busiest parts on its entire schedule. Their approach this week is at a different pace.
With a shorthanded roster, the Devils will have to make some adjustments entering their first three-in-three weekend of the season.