The Devils and Marlies have been neighbors in the Eastern Conference standings for much of the season. The two teams clash Sunday for a 3 pm outing at Times Union Center
Coming off back-to-back overtime victories, the Devils host the Comets for a 5 pm start Saturday at Times Union Center.
The Albany Devils conclude their six-game road trip Friday with a 7:05 pm start against the Binghamton Senators at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena.
As per the usual when the Devils travel to Newfoundland, they will play back-to-back games against the IceCaps Friday and Saturday. Both games are slated for 6 pm (ET) puck drops.
The two top teams in the AHL go head-to-head Tuesday morning when the Devils travel to face the Marlies for an 11 am contest at Ricoh Coliseum.
The Devils start a six-game, 15-day road trip Friday when they travel to face the Falcons at MassMutual Center (7 pm).
So far this season, the IceCaps have had the Albany Devils number. Albany is 1-4-0-0 against their divisional rival, but entering Wednesday’s 7 pm contest at Times Union Center the Devils have the momentum of a five-game winning streak on their side.
The Devils will try and push their point streak to seven games when they travel to face the Sound Tigers Sunday at Webster Bank Arena.
The Devils and Sound Tigers both have streaks they’d like to extend during Sunday’s 5 pm outing at Webster Bank Arena.
After nine consecutive wins against the Comets, the Devils have lost the last two meetings in overtime. The team will try and get back in the win column against their in-state rival Saturday with a 7 pm start at the Utica Memorial Auditorium.
The Devils have posted shutouts in three of their last four games and are coming off back-to-back blankings against the Rochester Americans Friday and Saturday. Entering Sunday’s game against the Sound Tigers, Albany’s shutout streak stands at 123 minutes and 20 seconds.
Less than 24 hours after the Devils shut out the Americans, 1-0, the two teams meet against Saturday at Times Union Center.