TROY, NY – While most of the hockey world had its eyes on Wednesday’s trade deadline, the Albany Devils were on the ice for their first practice of the week at Knickerbacker Ice Arena. The Devils are preparing for a three-in-three road set, which includes games Friday at Portland, Saturday at Hartford and Sunday at…
How good has the Devils penalty kill been as of late? Just ask Bridgeport, Manchester, Hershey, Adirondack, Norfolk and Utica.
Mike Sislo’s ability to step up in key moments is what Rick Kowalsky calls a “true sign of leadership.” The Devils winger netted four goals in three games this past weekend.
After missing seven games, David Wohlberg made the most of his opportunities this last weekend.
With Keith Kinkaid out and likely ECHL recall Maxime Clermont also on the shelf, Albany signed Johan Hedberg to a professional tryout contract.
During his second stint with Albany, a confident Eric Gelinas is using positivity as a weapon.
The Devils “hit the reset button” as their lead near the atop of the Eastern Conference is closing.
Tim Sestito’s role is constantly evolving. So far this season, he has played on the top line and on the checking line; with Albany and with New Jersey. He’s relied on to kill penalties and, as of lately, put the puck into the back of the net.
Nineteen times the Devils have carried a lead into the third period and only once … just once, have they not skated away with two points. Entering Friday’s matchup against the Utica Comets, the second-place Devils are 18-0-0-1 when leading after two periods.
Scott Wedgewood made 21 saves against the first-place Falcons for his first career shutout. The confidence boost comes as the Devils enter a very busy schedule.