Three thoughts from Wednesday’s game: Blocked shots, Boucher Shines and another comeback.
Fresh from the NHL, Reid Boucher delivered a major-league shot to give the Devils a 3-2 overtime victory against the Bears Wednesday at Times Union Center.
What were the three takeaways from the Devils 2-1 loss against the IceCaps?
Reid Boucher talks about the game-winning goal and being back with Albany.
The Devils had and lost three leads, but pulled out a come-from-behind victory with less than eight minutes remaining, defeating the Crunch, 6-4, Saturday. The win extended Albany’s home winning streak to nine games and its overall stretch to five straight.
The Devils improved their winning streak to four games thanks to three wins at the end of the 2015 calendar year and to start 2016.
After finding themselves trailing early, the Devils mounted a comeback to dismantle the Wolf Pack, 4-3, Saturday at XL Center.
Brandon Burlon sprung Reid Boucher, who picked the upper-right corner during the Devils 4-0 victory against the Syracuse Crunch.
Reid Boucher talks about the Devils 3-1 win and being returned on loan to Albany.
Reid Boucher has resumed skating after suffering a concussion at the Prospect Challenge.
New Jersey Devils General Manager Ray Shero says that Reid Boucher is progressing in his recovery from a concussion suffered during last weekend’s Prospect Challenge in Buffalo, NY. New Jersey held its first on-ice sessions of its 2015 Training Camp with Boucher watching from the stands.
Reid Boucher will likely miss the start of New Jersey Devils training camp after suffering an injury during Saturday’s Prospect Challenge game against the Buffalo Sabres.