Only one point separates the Devils and the Senators in the Eastern Conference standings. The teams will battle twice this weekend, starting Friday at 7:05 pm at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena.
For the second straight week, the Devils carry back-to-back wins into a Sunday contest against Hershey. Puck drop is at 5 pm at Giant Center.
Coming off an eight-goal performance, tying a franchise record, the Devils look to carry momentum into their Saturday affair against the Phantoms at Glens Falls Civic Center. Puck drop is slated for 7 pm.
Coming off a four-point weekend, the Devils begin their second straight three-in-three with a 7 pm outing Friday against the Comets at the Memorial Auditorium.
After wins at Springfield Friday (3-0) and against Manchester Saturday (5-2), the Devils are looking to go three-for-three this weekend when they host the Bears for a 4 pm outing at Atlantic City’s Boardwalk Hall.
The Devils play the first- and second-place teams in the Eastern Conference on consecutive nights. Albany already defeated first-place Springfield, 3-0, Friday and now host second-place Manchester at Times Union Center Saturday at 5 pm. The game is part of “GE Kids In Free Day” with free admission for all children 12-and-under.
Scott Wedgewood made 21 saves for his first career shutout, helping the second-place Devils defeat the first-place Falcons, 3-0, Friday at MassMutual Center. Rod Pelley, Joe Whitney and Artem Demkov provided the offense
The second-place Devils and the first-place Falcons are meeting for the third time in the last eight days with a 7 pm outing at MassMutual Center.
Despite Mattias Tedenby’s two-goal performance, the Devils lost to the Falcons, 3-2, Tuesday at Times Union Center. The setback ends the Devils franchise-record 10-game home point streak.
The Devils, who lost to the Falcons, 4-3, in overtime Friday, are seeking redemption Tuesday with a 7 pm outing against Springfield at Times Union Center.